Balanced look at Catholic-Protestant links fails on Jewish teachings

Peter Kreeft, author of “Catholics and Protestants: What Can We Learn from Each Other,” presents the stereotypes and caricatures we Catholics and Protestants tend to have of each others’ beliefs and practices. He interlaces his discussion with parables, “comic relief” and metaphors.

Catholic-Lutheran dialogue: Progress, not perfection

Recent improvement in relationships between the two Christian groups, enhanced largely through ongoing ecumenical dialogue, have alleviated (if not eliminated) the challenges that have faced Catholics and Lutherans for half a millennium.