Hello all and God bless
I am assuming we all are familiar with the history of Martin Luther and the 95 theses, so I’ll skip over that.
If we look in the procedings of the Council of Trent
We can see that the Council ended the practice of selling indulgences. So, we know someone was selling them, and we know they were sold in Germany (ergo Martin Luther complained about them).
My question is this: how wide a practice was this, the sale of indulgences? Was it just a local, German practice, or was it a wider practice?
Did it happen in Rome, or Paris? How about Madrid, or London?
Thank you in advance,