The Legend Of The “Good Modernisers” (Warning: Angry Words)

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Here and then one reads an interpretation – much popular in the Vatican, I think – which makes of those Conciliar Fathers who approved and pushed the V II reform a sort of well-intentioned, but vaguely naive churchmen who, persuaded as they were of the virtues of modernity, were just a tad slow in understanding the problems this marriage between Christ and the modern world would engender.

Bollocks.

There is no way the “modernisers” within the Church can escape their responsibility for what happened, and explanations like the one given above are, as we say in Italy, an attempt to hide behind one’s finger. Let us see why:

1) The idea that the world and the Church would now be – because this was the message – happy ever after is fundamentally flawed, and flawed in such a way that no one can claim not to see the falseness of…

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Posted on June 29, 2013, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for writing and then reposting that. I could not agree with you more.

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