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Old 05-27-2013, 08:26 AM   #49
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I am not putting this up, to support this writer's interpretation but to show the view by the rift over Vatican II and ecumenism. I think it doesn't address the true problems with parts of Vatican II, but spends more time on respect for others. You can do that without compromising integrity of the faith.
Did the Second Vatican Council contradict Church Tradition in its teachings on ecumenism? Many traditionalist Catholics — among them, many members of the Society of St. Pius X — would say yes. If they are correct, then the Catholic Church has a serious problem: Vatican II could not be legitimate, since a legitimate ecumenical council may develop but may not contradict the earlier dogmatic teaching of the Church.
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