Katharina von bora By adrian gray and nathan nezbeth

Katharina von bora was the wife or matin luther, the leader of the protestant reformation
Breaking news!! Katharina von bora was borm on january 29 1499 amd died on december 20 1552 due to a serious cart accident.
Just in: von bora married to martin luther in april of 1523

Katharina is often considered one of the most important participants of the Reformation because of her role in helping to define Protestant family life and setting the tone for clergy marriages.

Not much is known about katharina but there is one thing: she was one of the most important people of the reformation
Her role in the reformation was a nun and shortly after luthers death she went to the city of torgau sinc the black plague was starting to spread. She shortly died after

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