Here's a "greeting" for his unholiness Pope Francis from Martin Luther. Luther is right to call the Pope as a mere tormentor of conscience. The Pope can go ahead and claim every title that belongs to God alone, be called "Holy Father" but he's just another big hypocrite like Caiaphas. Jesus made it no clearer in Matthew 23:9 that no man must be called father in the religious sense because one is your Father in Heaven. The Jews calling Abraham "father" was because he's an ancestor but no priest must be called father in the religious sense. By faith, Christians have Abraham as a "father figure" but in no way similar to why Roman Catholics call their priest father.
What is also amazing is that from the Good News translation of the Bible which is a Roman Catholic translation of the Bible writes down John 17:11 as, "And now I am coming to you: I am no longer in the world but they are in the world. Holy Father, keep them safe by the power of Your name, the Name You gave Me." In other words, the title Holy Father is for God and God alone. Remember Martin Luther got his rude awakening from reading a Roman Catholic translation of the Bible. I also got my rude awakening from reading a Roman Catholic translation of the Bible. It was a Roman Catholic translation got ignited the flames of the Reformation which was why the laity was not allowed to read the Bible for themselves. Even with a non-King James Bible before I got saved, I still found a lot of mistakes in the doctrines of Roman Catholicism which led me to know Jesus Christ as my only Lord and Savior.
The religious crew of the Pope are just like the Pharisees where there is nothing is edified for the greater glory God at all. They may have the Pope, the Councils (and the Council of Trent was formed during the Counter-Reformation) and other fancy functions but they are nothing more like the croaking of frogs. Like the Pharisees of Jesus' day, they think that their efforts make them good enough to keep one's salvation intact. Roman Catholicism believes that they believe faith and grace are necessary for salvation but its doctrine add works which is still works salvation and that one must work for their salvation to stay saved, rather than the Biblical stand that, "I do good works because I am saved and I don't want to live my old life anymore by the grace of God." That's what sparked the whole idea of the Reformation because the Roman Catholic system was introducing a system of dangerous half-truths that were so cleverly woven it took a protest to put an end to the Dark Ages.