Martin was excommunicated because he was trying to go against most of the teachings of the Catholic church. (Which was caused by the 95 Theses, which Luther posted in Germany), The Church finally excommunicated him in 1521, and Luther was later banished in 1522.
On 15 June 1520, the Pope warned Luther that he risked excommunication unless he recanted 41 heretical sentences drawn from his writings, including the 95 Theses, within 60 days. Luther set fire to the Popes warning at Wittenberg on 10 December 1520,
Martin Luther was excommunicated by Pope Leo X on 3 January 1521 for heresy and apostasy, and for leading others astray.
The Edict of Worms excommunicated Martin Luther.
Martin Luther was denounced as a heretic and excommunicated.
Pope Leo X excommunicated Martin Luther.
It excommunicated him
The Pope first asked Martin Luther to recant his heretical teachings and when he refused, he was excommunicated.
Martin Luther, the one from the reformation, was not a slave. He was actually a monk before he was excommunicated from the church.
Yes, Leo excommunicated Luther.
Pope Leo X
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Martin luther wqas excommunicated and declared because he posted the 95 theses angering the pope therefore he got excommunicated and called a heretic.
.Catholic AnswerThe Bull, Decet Romanum Pontificem (It please the Roman Pontiff) excommunicated the heretic, Martin Luther, was issued on January 3, 1521.
No, instead he was excommunicated as a heretic.
The Roman catholic pope excommunicated Martin Luther
Luther posted 95 complaints against Pope Leo and the Church on the Cathedral door. When Luther refused to recant, Pope Leo X excommunicated Martin Luther.
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No, he had been excommunicated by the Edict of Worms.
He was excommunicated (out lawed), it was the papacy that did it.
I'd imagine because of his Heresy he was excommunicated.
Martin Luther didn't determine people got to heaven, but the Catholic Church was the entity that determined who got into heaven. If they excommunicated a person that was taken away. People were in great fear of being excommunicated by the church.
Martin Luther never took over the Christian Church, he was excommunicated from it in 1521 in the bull Decet Romanum Pontificem: Papal Bull on the Condemnation and Excommunication of Martin Luther, the Heretic, and his Followers, January 3, 1521.
Luther was finally excommunicated by Leo X on January 3, 1521, in the bull Decet Romanum Pontificem.
On the 15 June 1520 by Pope Leo X however, Luther didn't accept the bull of excommunication (Exsurge Domine) and burned it.
Martin Luther was no pope, history tells us that he was a professed friar of the Augustinian Order, and that he had been ordained to the priesthood, before he left his Order, broke all his vows, and was excommunicated for heresy.
Another Answer from our community:The only thing that Martin Luther tried to do to the Catholic Church was leave it.