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Tuesday, 2 February 2016

A good talk on the madness of commemorating Luther - enemy of Catholicism

Michael Matt and Chris Ferrara give a brilliant analysis on why they think Pope Francis should not be celebrating the 500 year anniversary of Martin Luther's break with the Catholic Church. This duo are like 2 prophets in the hideous confusing wilderness of the "goings on" in Rome.

And what does Michael Voris of the Church Militant Apostolate think? And is Jimmy Akin going to do his "10 good things to learn and know about Martin Luther and the Deformation, sorry reformation?" 

Cuckoo cuckoo

It lasts under half an hour.


  1. Blessed Sr. Serafina Micheli (Beatified in 2011) said that she was given a vision of Luther's fate. He was in hell mainly through the sin of pride and, according to her, is spending his eternity having nails driven into his head by demons. She was shown this on the 4th centenary of his birth in the town of his birth in which the occasion was being widely celebrated and attended by the Kaiser. (Will you tell Francis or shall I?)

  2. "Luther is quoted as saying he was "in cloaca", or in the sewer, when he was inspired to argue that salvation is granted because of faith, not deeds."

    Luther was sick person in his body and mind but it has nothing with protestants who are born and raised hundreds of years after Luther`s rebellion.

    "To the weak I became weak, that I might gain the weak. I became all things to all men, that I might save all. And I do all things for the gospel's sake, that I may be made partaker thereof."

    Long live the Pope!



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