Second Vatican Council

  1. the Vatican Council in 1962-1965 that abandoned the universal Latin liturgy and acknowledged ecumenism and made other reforms
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  • In this outstanding preface, the Prefect of the dicastery charged with the sacred liturgy quite frankly recognizes that the liturgical reforms after the Second Vatican Council have often not been completely successful, that a false spirit of rupture was at work. Cardinal Cañizares Writes About Usus Antiquior and Liturgical Reform
  • He attended all the sessions of the Second Vatican Council, as a peritus, or theological adviser, working for Cologne's Cardinal Josef Frings. Pope Benedict XVI
  • The debate over the reform of the rite of the Mass following the Second Vatican Council goes on and on.
  • The formidable challenge for progressive bishops and theologians who dominated the Second Vatican Council was to formulate a compelling alternative.
  • But "Good Pope John, " a stolid career diplomat for the Vatican, surprised everyone by announcing a year later that he was convening the Second Vatican Council, a major event in church history.
  • Now he weighs in with this startling bit of info showing that the doctrines informing the Second Vatican Council's views of non-Christian religions are, shazam, not new.
  • As everyone keeps saying, elderly popes can surprise us all, as John XXIII did by convoking the reforming Second Vatican Council.
  • I believe the Second Vatican Council coined the term fullness of faith and spoke of Protestant Christians not being in the fullness of faith but having legitimate BaptisMm. TEXAS FAITH: Why should science talk to religion? | RELIGION Blog |
  • He also promised to continue carrying out the Second Vatican Council, ‘in the wake of my predecessors and in faithful continuity with the bimillenary tradition of the church.’
  • “By martyrdom,” the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council explained, “a disciple is transformed into an image of his Master …” (Lumen Gentium, 42). Sinners, Apostles, Martyrs: On the Solemnity of Sts. Peter & Paul
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