The Catholic Church organizes a public event celebrating the progress made in the relationship between Catholics and Protestants since the last 500 years (not to celebrate Luther or the Reformation, as some blogs with an agenda have been falsely stating).
It’s the other way around. Whoever organized this even was celebrating the Reformation and Luther.
First thing to note, is that the Protestant Pastor, was a woman. That’s pretty well a slap in the face to Catholic Doctrine.
Caroline Bretones, the “pastor” of the United Protestant Church of the Marais, was invited to speak in the Catholic parish, dressed in clerics and appearing as a female “priest.”
Second, it was a celebration. I don’t speak French, but even I can see the word, “celebration” in the article written by the Catholic Priest who oversaw the event:
Célébration à l’occasion du 5e centenaire de la Réformation
Third and final note, what business do Catholics have celebrating the event that was a direct result of Luther’s anathematized teachings? Are we now celebrating theological errors?