SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Emil Anton

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November 13, 2018
Its Catholic population may be small, but Finland sees itself as a model of ecumenism
November 08, 2018
Before the advent of Lutheranism, the Finnish people had been Catholic for about 400 years. A hymn in the Finnish Lutheran hymnal contains the lines “A man came from England / to sow the seeds of faith”. This is a rephrasing of Ramus virens, a medieval Catholic text sometimes called Finland’s first national anthem. The
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