What were the women of Wittenberg doing while Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the
door of the Castle Church in 1517? How did the Lutheran conception of law, gospel, and vocation affect
Europe’s mothers, daughters, sisters, and wives? Did the Reformation have a positive or negative
impact on the lives of Early Modern European women? Join us at the Concordia Historical Institute
Auxiliary’s fall meeting as we consider the lives of women in the Reformation with Molly Lackey.
Time and Place
The meeting will be on Thursday October 27th at 1:30pm in the conference room at Concordia Historical
Institute, 804 Seminary Place, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63105. Light refreshments will be served.
Reserve your seat today! RSVP to CHI by October 17th at (314) 505-7900.
About the Presenter
Mrs. Lackey graduated from The University of Alabama with a bachelor of arts in History, German, and
Latin in 2019 and from Saint Louis University with a master of arts in Early Modern European History in
2021. In addition to her work at Concordia Historical Institute as our Social Media and Special Projects
Assistant, Molly is also a published author, with her first book, Confessing Jesus: The Heart of Being
Lutheran, coming out from Concordia Publishing House this fall.
About the Auxiliary of CHI
To learn more about the Auxiliary of Concordia Historical Institute, see their page here.