Reform Day (31/10)

Reformation Day (Reformationstag) is a holiday celebrated in honor of the founding of the Evangelical Church.

The Reformation was based on the desire of the progressive part of the church to return to the purity of the Word of God from the superficial human, acquired by the church in the Middle Ages.

As the story goes, on this day in 1517, the German reformer Martin Luther nailed his famous “95 Theses” to the door of the parish church in Wittenberg, thus starting a broad discussion about the effectiveness of indulgences, which in turn became the beginning of the Reformation in Western Christianity.