Q & A with Sr. Susan K. Wood, exploring the Catholic-Lutheran relationship

When Pope Francis goes to Sweden Oct. 31 for the start of the anniversary of the Reformation, he will be welcomed by Archbishop Antje Jackelén, pictured with him on the cover of a new book by Wood and Wengert. (Provided photo)

Sr. Susan K. Wood has no desire to become a Lutheran. She doesn't want to see the Lutheran church "give up" and become Catholic. She doesn't want Catholics to turn into Lutherans. But she does want unity.

Wood, a theologian and Sister of Charity of Leavenworth, is the co-author of A Shared Spiritual Journey: Lutherans and Catholics Traveling Toward Unity, published August 1 by Paulist Press. Her co-author, Timothy J. Wengert, is a Lutheran historian who recently authored a commentary and study guide to Martin Luther's 95 theses.

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