Martin Luther is not a witness to the Gospel

2017 marks the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima. It also marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Revolt against the one true faith.

The Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Christian Unity recently published a document that referred to the excommunicated German monk Martin Luther as a “witness to the Gospel.” As 2017 progresses, expect more blasphemous statements from the ecumaniacs God has allowed to occupy positions of power in His Church.

Dr. Peter Chojnowski joined Magnificat Radio not long ago to discuss the legacy of Luther and how Catholics should view him in light of the Church’s perennial teachings.

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