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Pope to Sweden 31/10 for 500th anniversary Reformation (3)

'Very significant gesture' says Lombardi

Pope to Sweden 31/10 for 500th anniversary Reformation (3)

Vatican City, January 25 - Pope Francis will travel to Lund in Sweden on October 31 this year to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in a joint ceremony between the World Lutheran Federation and the Catholic Church, Vatican Spokesman Father Federico Lombardi said Monday. He said it would be a "very significant gesture of dialogue". The pope has repeatedly stressed the importance of ecumenical dialogue with other churches and inter-faith dialogue with other faiths. The joint ceremony will be presided over by the pope along with Bishop Dr. Munib A. Younan, president of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF); and Rev. Martin Junge, LWF secretary general. The LWF and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU) said the event "will give particular prominence to the solid ecumenical progress between Catholics and Lutherans and to the reciprocal gifts derived from the dialogue". "I'm deeply convinced that working for the reconciliation between Lutherans and Catholics, we're working for justice, peace, and reconciliation in a world lacerated by conflict and violence," said Rev. Junge. Cardinal Kurt Koch, PCPCU president, said the event will have a "Christ-centred" approach. "Lutherans and Catholics will have the opportunity to celebrate an ecumenical commemoration of the Reform, not simply in a pragmatic way, but with a profound sense of the faith in Christ crucified and risen," Koch said. The event will also include the recitation of the recently published "Common Prayer", a prayer guided by Catholic and Lutheran liturgy. Archbishop Antje Jackelén of the Church of Sweden said his Church welcomes the commemoration ceremony with "joy and hope". "We will pray together with the entire ecumenical family of Sweden that this commemoration will contribute to unity among Christians of our country and the whole world," said Jackelén.

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