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  • Brenda Moncada of St. Andrew Church, Roswell, was the fifth of five teens, three Catholic and two Lutheran, who lit a candle representing each commitment between Catholics and Lutherans. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Father Dan Fleming, pastor of St. Andrew Church, Roswell, was the co-host for the Oct. 25 prayer service. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • (Counterclockwise, from left) Larry Johnson, Cathy Davies and Loudell Printz of Christ the King Lutheran Church, Peachtree Corners, and Janie and Mark Langheim of St. Monica Church, Duluth, join the rest of the congregation in praying the Nicene Creed. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Jennifer Worrel of Cross of Life Lutheran Church, Roswell, at lectern, and Beatrice Kibera of St. Andrew Church, Roswell, waiting her turn, lead the intercessory prayers during the Oct. 25 Catholic-Lutheran prayer service commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Photo By Michael Alexander

Brenda Moncada of St. Andrew Church, Roswell, was the fifth of five teens, three Catholic and two Lutheran, who lit a candle representing each commitment between Catholics and Lutherans. Photo By Michael Alexander


Roswell

Roswell parishioners gather for prayer, seek unity with Lutheran neighbor

ROSWELL—Catholics and Lutherans prayed side by side in a series of recent gatherings five centuries after a German monk sparked the Protestant Reformation. On Wednesday, Oct. 25, at St. Andrew Church, Roswell, close to 150 members of the parish and members of Cross of Life Lutheran Church, Roswell, came together for prayer and song. Those […] Full Story