Has anyone done a study of Paul VI and JPII?
Just curious on this one.  I was thinking about how JPII and Paul VI are neck to neck in the race for most disastrous papacy.  And then I started to think about the distinguishing characteristics of each papacy.  It seems on a surface level study that Paul VI initiated and implemented changes that resulted in destruction of the Church from the inside.  JPII seemed to have initiated and implemented actions, policies and statements that worked on destroying the Church's credibility/respect/fear given by those outside the Church. 

Paul VI initiated destruction in liturgy, devotions, traditional practices

JPII initiated apologies for the pre-conciliar Church, false ecumenism and even invited non-Catholics to redefine the role and ministry of the papacy. 

Anyone know of any in depth comparisons?  I'm wondering if a pattern will emerge and how a comparison of those two Popes would shed more light on Papa Benedict's actions, intentions and plans. 

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Has anyone done a study of Paul VI and JPII? - by Gerard - 11-03-2010, 01:03 PM

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