Archbishop Negri explains why he signed the profession affirming Church teaching on marriage [and why the image of Martin Luther presented during the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation “doesn’t exist”]

Archbishop Negri explains why he signed the profession affirming Church teaching on marriage [and why the image of Martin Luther presented during the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation “doesn’t exist”]

Diane Montagna

ROME, January 4, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — “There is confusion. It exists, and it’s serious. No reasonable person can deny this,” a signatory to a profession upholding the “immutable truths about sacramental marriage” has said.

Archbishop Luigi Negri, who has joined a former U.S. nuncio and three Kazakh bishops in putting his name to the profession, explained in an interview today with the Italian Catholic agency La Nuova Bussola why he signed the profession.

In a broader conversation about the current confusion in the Church, the emeritus archbishop of Ferrara-Comacchio in northern Italy also said the Martin Luther who has been presented during the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation “doesn’t exist,” and that we need to work so that “the splendor of tradition” returns and bears fruit in the lives of Christians.

Here is the interview with Archbishop Negri translated and published with the kind permission of La Nuova Bussola

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