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From the series of articles that we have published about the personality and thinking of Jean Guitton we have submitted his most serious and revealing confession, about the influence of the Modernism in the II Vatican Council , to the advice of many theologians, among those the Istituto Paolo VI di Brescia, the greatest source of documentation and studies about Pope Paul VI, one of the Popes of the Vatican II.
About the grave confession from Guitton, Istituto Paolo VI di Brescia has restrained itself in its "Report", applying it solely to the ambit of “Revelation”, understood according to the Dei Verbum document, when Guitton has referred to the influence of the Modernism in the Vatican II in wide sense
News reports disseminated primarily on French language websites and blogs last week asserting that the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) has been in secret doctrinal discussions with theologians of the Holy See are incorrect, according to the Society’s official news service
In making two controversial decisions this month -- opening the door to wider celebration of the Latin Mass and asserting the Roman Catholic Church as the one true "church of Christ" -- the Vatican insisted that no essential Catholic belief or practice had been changed
Interviewer: There are more and more people who don’t believe in the Church or Christendom, who are skeptical….. Lehmann: I do not believe in Church and also not
A key Vatican official has called for "bold and courageous" decisions to address liturgical abuses that have arisen since the reforms of Vatican II
"With the Vatican II Council, the "seeds of the Word", expression of Saint Justin, were used as base of the ecumenical ideology. It was said, so, at the conciliar rooms, that in the pagan religions one could find "seeds of the Word"...
´To liberate the Mass of Saint Pius V is to condemn the II Vatican Council by means of a symbol`, said Pope Paul VI
The liberation of the Everlasting Mass is, in fact, at least symbolically, a condemnation of the Second Vatican Council
Comment on the address of the Pope Benedict XVI to the members of the Roman Curia, in the last December 22nd
It is a fact, now evident to everyone, that the Church in the West has in recent decades suffered a severe setback; severe enough to call it a collapse.
A strained optimism--possibly a product of the era in the Second Vatican Council met --thwarts realistic attempts to address the crisis in Catholicism today.