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Differences in Lent Between Catholics & Lutherans | Our Everyday Life

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The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 


  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 


  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 


  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 


  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

  
The Lutheran Church broke off from the Catholic Church in the 16th Century, preaching the primacy of the Bible and salvation by faith alone. The Lutheran and Catholic churches remain close in doctrine, however, and Lent is in the liturgy of both churches. The main difference between the churches is Lent’s authority — for Catholics it is Sacred Tradition, while for Lutherans it is a voluntary. 

From Sarah : I grew up where it was more 

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My real name is Debra (Debbie Sue). Sarah is a nickname given to me in high school. My husband has always called me that so here in Florida It's all I am known by. I was born and raised in Illinois. My son and I moved to Colorado in 1982. I taught school for 17 years. Then I ran a homeschooling/preschool/daycare until 2006 when I moved to Florida after my son, Bobby died suddenly. He was almost 26. Danny and I live and work at a state park here. I miss the mountains and climate of Colorado. I miss snow and the four seasons. I miss Bobby.

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