Reading Vatican II as break with tradition is heresy, prefect (Müller) says
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(11-30-2012, 05:02 PM)Scriptorium Wrote: The similarity actually stands. They both pose rupture. The answer would be that that critique doesn't matter because of a b and c. Most moderate traditionalists would say it doesn't matter because we aren't bound.

Traditionalists do not "pose rupture."  They adhere to the prior rituals and theology of the Church.  Progressive do not.

Take a simple  example.  Traditionalists say that the mass should be celebrated in Latin.  Progressives say it should not.  Because for century after century the Church said the mass should be celebrated in Latin, the traditionalist does not propose any rupture:  the traditionalist is consistent with what?  That's right:  tradition.  The progressive is consistent with what?  Nothing. 

The two are not alike, semantics notwithstanding.
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Re: Reading Vatican II as break with tradition is heresy, prefect (Müller) says - by Warrenton - 11-30-2012, 05:34 PM



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