1517-2017 Lutherans and Catholics: Then and Now
Thursday & Friday, September 14-15, 2017

held at Georgetown University
Free and open to the public; REGISTRATION REQUIRED


Commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this two-day conference will explore theological, historical and sociological themes as Lutherans and Catholics reflect together after 50 years of dialogue.

In panels and presentations, hear from:

Alfred Acres (Georgetown University)
Kenneth G. Appold (Princeton Theological Seminary)
David Collins, S.J. (Georgetown University)
Jo Ann H. Moran Cruz (Georgetown University)
Christine Helmer (Northwestern University)
Kathryn Johnson (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
Philip Krey (The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia)
Julia Lamm (Georgetown University)
Amy Leonard (Georgetown University)
Peter Neuner (Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich)
John O’Malley, S.J. (Georgetown University)
Susan Wood (Marquette University)

Bishop Richard Graham of the ELCA Metro D.C. Synod will participate in a Service of Worship and Song along with Bishop Denis Madden, Roman Catholic Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Baltimore; and Bishop Latrelle Easterling, United Methodist Church Baltimore-Washington Conference.

Find speakers details, agenda and registration at http://president.georgetown.edu/1517-2017 .