Thursday, December 19, 2002

Vatican II, Integrism, etc.

There have been a number of posts over the last few days concerning the implementation of Vatican II, what it means to be a "Traditional Catholic" as opposed to being an integrist, and some of the latest problems from the latter. Envoy's Encore has a number of them:
  • This one by Matt Abbot, Art Sippo, and Pete Vere on the new Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary
  • This one by Carl Olson on Vatican II
  • This one by Carl on rebellion from the left and the right, in general
  • This one by Dwight Longnecker on the correlation but not causation between Vatican II and the post-conciliar problems in the Church
  • This one by Carl on the implementation of the Council
  • This one by Shawn McElhinney and Pete Vere on what makes an authentic Traditional Catholic
Besides these Encore posts, Mark Shea has also commented (here and here, among other posts), as has Bill Cork (here and here, again, among other posts). Kevin Miller also has an excellent post.

I'd highly recommend reading these posts, along with the accompanying comments discussions.

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