LUTHER’S POPE: Vatican Stamp of Approval of Protestant Revolt?

LUTHER’S POPE: Vatican Stamp of Approval of Protestant Revolt?

Published on Nov 14, 2017

Down in the catacombs, Michael Matt looks at the startling ramifications of the official Vatican stamp commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Revolt. The stamp includes the same Crucifixion scene that appears on the facade of the Lutheran Cathedral in Lund, Sweden—the work of a Protestant artist that substitutes the image of Our Lady at the foot of the Cross with that of arch-heretic Martin Luther. Why would Francis honor a 350-pound degenerate ex-priest who ran off with a Cistercian nun of 26 years? Luther, the excommunicated heretic St. Thomas More called an “agent of the Antichrist”! Does this signal a growing apostasy in the Eternal City? By the way, what’s the connection between this, the New Mass and the Spirit of Vatican II? Is the rehabilitated Martin Luther emerging as the spiritual Father of Vatican II?

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One comment on “LUTHER’S POPE: Vatican Stamp of Approval of Protestant Revolt?

  1. To think that the Bishop of Rome, the Vicar of Christ, installed a statue of Martin Luther on October 13th, the Anniversary of Our Lady’s appearance at Fatima, is proof to me that he is a heretic and must be deposed and, if that can’t be done, at the very least must be ignored until he repents. The hierarchy of the Catholic Church is in deep trouble, my friends, and we must pray that they respond to this crisis in Rome.

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