Vatican issues stamp of Heretic Martin Luther
On November 23, 2017, the Vatican issued a stamp commemorating the 5th centenary since the Protestant “Reformation”.
The arch-heretics Martin Luther and Philipp Melanchthon are blasphemously depicted at the foot of the Cross, where the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. John the Apostle are traditionally shown.
Pope Pius XI stated:
The heresies begotten by the (Protestant) Reformation. It is in these heresies that we discover the beginnings of that apostasy of mankind from the Church. – Rerum Omnium Perturbationem, January 26, 1923.
Martin Luther is infamous for his demonic rants against the Catholic Church:
I am unable to pray without at the same time cursing. If I am prompted to say ‘hallowed be the name’, I must add cursed, damned, outraged, be the name of the Papists.
Luther called Christ an adulterer:
Christ was an adulterer for the first time with the woman at the well, for it was said, ‘Nobody knows what he’s doing with her’.
Again (he was an adulterer) with Magdalene, and still again with the adulterous woman in John 8, whom he let off so easily. So the good Christ had to become an adulterer before he died. (Luther’s Works, American Edition, Volume 54, p. 154)
No sin will separate us from the Lamb, even though we commit fornication and murder a thousand times a day. (Martin Luther, Letter to Melanchthon, August 1, 1521)
The fact that the Vatican celebrates the “Reformation”, calling it a “purification of memory”, rather than condemning it, proves that the Vatican is currently occupied by a heretical Counter Church that is under the control of Satan.
The Vatican II Sect under Antipope Francis is not the Catholic Church but the prophesied end-times Counter Church. Modern Rome has lost the Catholic faith, as Our Lady of La Salette prophesied.
He (Martin Luther) has now been declared a heretic; and so also others followers of Martin’s pernicious and heretical sect they shall likewise share his punishments and his name, by bearing with them everywhere the title ‘Lutran’ and the punishments it incurs. – Pope Leo X, Decet Romanum Pontificem, January 3, 1521