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|| In 1517, Martin Luther, disgusted at the corruption reigning in the Catholic Church, nailed on the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, 95 theses calling for a Reformation. During Pentecost week 2005, former Dominican priest Matthew Fox nailed at that same church door a new set of 95 theses calling for a reawakening of the Christian spirit and a repudiation of the authoritarian, punitive tendencies that prevail in churches today. Fox's theses not only condemn the corruption in the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church, but speak to the loss of inspiration and resulting apathy that have emptied churches of all denominations.
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