Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton encouraged everyone to take a fresh look at Luther’s Small Catechism during this year of celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. “We have a common language with which to talk about faith, engage Scripture and make sense of our world. Catechism is not just for the young. This is most certainly true,” she stated in her Living Lutheran article “Big Look at Small Catechism.”
The synod newsletter Making Christ Known is focusing on the Small Catechism during this year.
Read past and current issues
- September/October 2016 Martin Luther’s Small Catechism
- January/February 2017 The Ten Commandments
- March/April 2017 The Apostles’ Creed and The Lord’s Prayer
- May/June 2017 The Sacrament of Holy Baptism and The Sacrament of the Altar
- September/October 2017 Confession, Blessings, and Daily Prayers
What is your favorite part of the Small Catechism? What does the Small Catechism mean to you? Share your stories! Send them to email@example.com.