Hmm, I think that the Church is falsely teaching its followers because from what I have translated they are performing unnecessary practices.
I cannot believe this!
The bible is incorrect! The Catholic Church is lying to you!...
Huldrych Zwingli was born January 1st, 1484 in Toggenburg Valley in the Swiss Alps. His father was a successful farmer. Zwingli went to the University of Vienna and the University of Basel leaving him with a high education. He worked as a young priest in Glarus.
Zwingli and Luther meeting.
Hello there Mr Zwingli.
Zwingli wanted to study the Bible as he was very interested in preaching the New Testament. He did this by translating the Bible compared to other priests at the time. With translating the Bible he realised that the Catholic Church was not teaching its followers the correct sacraments and stories that were in the bible.
Zwingli petitioning against fasting.
Zwingli stood before the village of Zurich and preached the true bible. He also told them that he wanted the Church to change their practices and doctrines. With this, Zwingli wrote his own theses being The 67 These and thus the Swiss Reformation began. Zwingli admitted to secretly marrying in 1522, then in 1524 publicly married after battling to allow pastors to marry. 1525 was the year that he got mass abolished in Zurich as it was not a practice in the bible.
Zwingli's death in action.
HA! He's dead!
Zwingli thought much like Martin Luther did and decided to meet up with Luther and try to unite their followers. Zwingli and Luther met in Marburg in 1529 and began talks. Luther agreed with Zwingli's first ten complaints about the Catholic Church but the eleventh resulted in Luther calling Zwingli nasty names.
Let's unite our followers.
Zwingli continued to do things that made the Catholic Church angry such as petitioning against fasting, tried to abolish any sacraments that were not directly stated in the bible and advocating the elimination of elements of the Catholic Church.
With Zwingli's controversy, the Catholic Church fought back by resorting to war. Unfortunately, Huldrych Zwingli died in action, during a war on October 11th, 1531. Although Zwingli's reformation never became a religion he definitely changed the Catholic Church.