In 1510, after a two-month jour ney out from Erfurt, Germany, the Augus tin ian friar Mar tin Luther arrived in Rome. Seven years later, he issued the 95 Theses. Three years after that, he was excommunicated.
During his pilgrimage, Luther connected Erfurt and Rome with his own foot steps. In the years to come, that connection was severed.
What is in the space between Rome and Erfurt? Can the connection be made whole again?
Follow us as we follow Luther—daily posts with photos from our trek, along with Scripture readings and selections from Luther, Catholic theology, ecumenical documents, Reformation history…
…reconnecting our churches, step by step.