Thoughts on Vatican II and a question for you
(07-27-2009, 02:55 PM)Zakhur Wrote: It's also incorrect to assume that today's crisis is not the greatest yet faced by the Church in her history.  It could be, and very well seems to be.  There are signs that show this if you can read them.  Do you not realize the catastrophe that the modern liturgical reform represents?  If you have not read what Cardinal Ratzinger has said about it, then you really need to find the quotes.  Find out what Deitrich von Hildebrand has said about our times.   It is nothing to brush off.  This is not illusion.  These two men represent two of the most incisive mindsof the 20th century.  The modern era represents a horrendous revolt against Christ.  There can be no compromize with it.  Read Warran Carroll on this.  The Church hierarchy has attempted a compromise, and it has been disastrous.

I have read these books. I was also a huge fan of Michael Davies. I'm also a fairly good student of Church history. As for today being the "worst of times" - you know what Dickens had to say about that: "They were the best of times and the worst of times" - as everyone interprets his own era.

Actually I think it would have been worse to live during the Great Western Schism. Imagine having three Popes to choose from!

- Lisa

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Re: Thoughts on Vatican II and a question for you - by SCG - 07-27-2009, 03:53 PM

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