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Second Vatican Council

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  • Pope John XXIII called the Second Vatican Council, where the doors of the Church were opened wide

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Such teachings include the so-called Second Vatican Council reforms of the 1960s, which sought to modernize the Church.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • In fact, the Second Vatican Council was the Church's desperate and haphazard attempt to address the ever-growing threat of the Modern Age.

    Bohemian thoughts...

  • [Apcom:] For Williamson, the Second Vatican Council is a "poisoned cake", to be thrown in the "dustbin"; for Tissier de Mallerais, the Council should be "cancelled"; and for Alfonso de Gallareta [sic] there is not "much to salvage" from the Council: is there a division inside the Fraternity of Saint Pius X?

    Fellay speaks: The talks begin in the autumn of 2009

  • [Apcom:] For Williamson, the Second Vatican Council is a "poisoned cake", to be thrown in the "dustbin"; for Tissier de Mallerais, the Council should be "cancelled"; and for Alfonso de Gallareta [sic] there is not "much to salvage" from the Council: is there a division inside the Fraternity of Saint Pius X?

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Such teachings include the so-called Second Vatican Council reforms of the 1960s, which sought to modernize the Church.

    A Message from the Cardinal Archbishop of Vienna

  • The 21st of such councils, which met each fall from 1962 to 1965, is known as the Second Vatican Council -- usually abbreviated as Vatican II.

    Chronicle of a Council

  • I held my own, and explained as patiently as I could - which probably wasn't patiently enough - that he was not well informed er...in its 2,000 years of history the Church has had a good many Councils of which the Second Vatican Council was the most recent and reafformed the teachings of the others but he claimed he had "read Vatican 11 that very afternoon" and knew all about it.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • It was codified in 1570 and remained the standard Roman Catholic liturgy for nearly four centuries, until the gathering of church leaders known as the Second Vatican Council ushered in major reforms from 1962 to 1965.

    Washington Post reports on 'motu proprio'

  • The Catholic church had lived through its own brand of flower power in the 60s, known as the Second Vatican Council; and the time was now ripe to rein in leftist monks, clap-happy nuns and Latin American Catholic Marxists.

    Daimnation!: Stomping on the grave

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