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[Lutheran] Vatican Honors Lutheran Revolution With Stamp

The Vatican issued a stamp to honour “five centenaries of [the unfortunate] Protestant reform”.

The picture shows German reformers Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchton at the feet of Christ’s cross.

It is taken from Protestant All Saints' Church, commonly referred to as Schlosskirche (Castle Church) in Wittenberg, the location where Luther allegedly posted his ninety-five theses in 1517.

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CarolineA03
Since Blessed Serafina and St Padre Pio saw Luther in Hell, and the Church has forwarded the cause for Canonisation of one, and the Other is known to be one of the greatest ever Mystics, where on earth are the Vatican going with this blasphemous image? As PuerDei stated below, "How DARE they replace Our Blessed Mother and St. John the Beloved with these diabolical heretics! How long must we … More
PuerDei
How DARE they replace Our Blessed Mother and St. John the Beloved with these diabolical heretics! How long must we endure this pontificate, O Lord?!
Francis' hero is a destructive anti-semitic barbarian.
Tesa
Celebrating error and division
mccallansteve
The Vatican honors Luther who hated the mass with a passion, which means he hated Christ with a passion. I bet the Vatican is filled with those who feel the same as Luther.
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Luther led a revolt against Almighty God, His singular true Apostolic Church, of His dearly loved Son Jesus.
Luther is a bastard of the devil.
De Profundis
There is a powerful Catholic backlash against being dragged into celebrating the Reformation.
HerzMariae
Germany, where Luther lived and helped inspire the Reformation, is 42% Catholic, 28% Protestant, 24% unaffiliated (according to PewResearch)
Temperance
How long will this horrible situation last?!