I hardly think the Catholic Church would proclaim him as a saint since the Church considers him to be a heretic.
.Catholic AnswerThe Catholic Church was never "threatened" by Martin Luther.
.Catholic AnswerThe Church was, and is, the Catholic Church.
Luther was a Catholic monk .
.Catholic AnswerMartin Luther never "hid" from the Church.
.Catholic AnswerFirst of all Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is rarely used by the Catholic Church. Martin Luther did not reform the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church excommunicated him. Which means, he was banned from the church.
The Catholic Church has never issued rewards for anybody. The only thing that the Catholic Church did to Martin Luther was to formalize his excommunication, see it at the link below:
No, Martin Luther King was a Baptist, a church which split off from the Church of England. It, as well as the Church of England, is considered as a Protestant denomination and not a part of the Catholic Church.
There are 95 problems that Martin Luther had with the Catholic Church. He posted his 95 Thesis on the Church door, begining the PROTESTant religion, because he was protesting the Catholic Church...
Martin Luther was a Catholic priest that nailed a list of all the church members complaints to the door of the church. He started the Catholic Reformation.
Martin Luther studied the Catholic Church and disagreed with some of the practices of the Church.
Martin Luther was a Catholic monk who sought to reform the Catholic Church.
A:No. Martin Luther initially wanted to do no more than reform the Catholic Church. It was his effective expulsion from the Church that led to the establishment of Protestantism.
Neither Martin Luther King, Sr. nor Martin Luther King Jr. ever broke away from the Catholic Church. They were both ever Baptists, and never Catholics. It was correctly the man they had been named after, Martin Luther, who had the controversy with the Catholic Church five hundred years earlier. Martin Luther was excommunicated from the Catholic Church. They turned him away. He did not leave them.
Martin Luther discovered the catholic church and theological
.Catholic AnswerThere was never a "war" with Martin Luther and the Church, the question is not valid.
No, Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Baptist, a church which split off from the Church of England. It, as well as the Church of England, is considered as a Protestant denomination and not a part of the Catholic Church.
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Martin Luther got 95 complaints from the church
.Catholic AnswerThe Lutheran Ecclesial Community did not "break away" from the Catholic Church. It was founded by Martin Luther, a heretic who left the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century and was excommunicated.
Martin Luther did to break up with the Catholic church in the time of October 31,1517 in Wittenburg Germany.He made the 95 thesis to stamp it in Wittenburg church castle.The 95 thesis was his allegation against the teaching of the Catholic church.
The Catholic Church sold indulgences in the late medieval period, and their sale motivated Martin Luther to present his "95 Theses." Martin Luther: German monk who questioned the leadership and theology of the Catholic Church in 1517. His questions provided the basis for the Protestant Reformation.
A:Martin Luther initially sought to work within the Catholic Church to reform the use of indulgences. The Catholic Church refused to countenance any change, as a result of which Luther started the Protestant Reformation. Ironically, his reforms eventually did lead to change within the Catholic Church, in the form of the Catholic Reformation.
First off, it's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. . Secondly, Martin Luther never started a movement to reform the Catholic Church, Martin Luther LEFT the Catholic Church to start his own Church. Which is a completely different thing. That is commonly mislabeled as the protestant reformation, Catholics refer to it as the protestant revolt.
Yes, then he created the Lutheran Church.