Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Did Vatican II Really Give Us A New Religion?
One of those 'read between the lines' things

The Catholic News Agency is considered by many to be a legitimate, mainstream, and respectable Catholic news service. Somewhat tilted towards the Left, but still credible. Or so I thought.

The story I linked to has to do with the recent Consistory where one of the main topics of discussion was the Latin Mass. Said article has a paragraph here that I found somewhat... shall I say, disconcerting?

"The Pope and the Cardinals discussed whether or not they may declare a full amnesty for the free use of Pope V's Latin missal; and how to do so without betraying the spirit of the Vatican II Council"

Hold on... back the truck up. Amnesty? I thought amnesty was for those who, at a maximum, had committed some sort of transgression or crime. Or for those who, at a minimum, were unjustly persecuted. Why should there be an amnesty for the Latin Mass? I am utilizing the English language correctly, am I not? Either those who are desirous of the Latin Mass are either criminals or are being oppressed, right?

Also, since when did the usage of the Mass of Pius V (the Traditional Latin Mass) constitute a betrayal of the so-called Spirit of Vatican II? Betrayal is their word... not mine. The only way that a betrayal could have taken place, is if everything since Vatican II, and in keeping with the Spirit of Vatican II, was diametrically opposed to everything Catholic prior to 1962.

In other words, since Vatican II, there's been a new religion. Many of us have been saying that the more liberal minded within The Church have been gravitating towards a total wreckovation of everything Catholic. I think I just found another example of it.

6 Comments:

Blogger Dad29 said...

You expect ink-stained REPORTERS to know the history and facts?

Puuuhhhhlllllleeeeeeezzzzzzze...

2:45 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

History and facts? Sure. Before one can advocate an agenda, one must understand what it is that they want to destroy.

2:52 PM  
Blogger Carolina Cannonball said...

help, help! I'm being repressed!

you're too much, man.

4:04 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

A Monty Python reference... I LOVE IT!!!!!

4:11 PM  
Anonymous Former Altar Boy said...

"Betrayal?" Vatican II was hijacked almost as soon as it happened by modernists, feminists, Protestant "observers," and at least one Mason. The Cardinals should look at their predecessors and brethern for the real betrayal.

4:19 PM  
Blogger Carolina Cannonball said...

I know, I am so witty. Isn't it amazing some one hasn't snatched me up yet?
*thick sarcasm*

9:16 AM  

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