Reformation Day, October 31

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On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther tacked his 95 theses on the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg. Today, many celebrate "Reformation Day", to honor that day in particular, and all who have stood up against the Catholic Church and its dogma, who were branded heretics, who risked excommunication, who said, "The Catholic Church is wrong, they are corrupt and immoral, and I am here to put a stop to it!"

I recommend this year we give the day a motto: "Honoring Heretics, From Luther to Kerry."

Any recommendations for how we can celebrate? Maybe go trick or treating as John Kerry, carrying theses in one hand and a hammer in another? Things like, "The Pope is correct that the fetus is a life, but incorrect that we should protect that life."

And don't forget to tell your friends!

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