Martin Luther and the Reformation: Part 2

In October 1517 Augustinian monk Martin Luther challenged Catholic teaching with 95 theses on repentance and salvation. His act started the Protestant Reformation. What really happened, what might have happened, and what did Luther intend? As the 500th Reformation anniversary year begins, parishioner and theologian Anne Marie Reijnen examines how what started as a popular religious movement became a political movement led by princes. She also looks at what remains today of the revolutionary gesture of the German monk.