From Luther to Hitler: How Anti-Semitism of a Revered Man Shaped the Power of a Dictator

I have always been Lutheran.  Born into a family that were members of a Lutheran congregation.  I was baptized, had my first communion and confirmed in the same Lutheran congregation.  We were taught that Martin Luther was the father of the Reformation and the Lutheran Church.  He saw there needed...

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Reformation 500th Anniversary Concert, October 22

The Minneapolis-based National Lutheran Choir will perform the world premiere of a major choral-instrumental work, the Holy Spirit Mass, by Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen, in concert in DC to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.  The concert will take place at the Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on...

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