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The Pope, the Council, and the Mass: Answers to Questions the “Traditionalists” Have Asked

Religion


by
James Likoudis and Kenneth D. Whitehead

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 374 pages

File size: 1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The Pope, the Council, and the Mass is the definitive response to “Traditionalist” Catholics, first published in 1981, and now updated to include developments up to the beginning of the pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI. In addressing the concerns raised by the followers of the late Archbishop Lefebvre and other “Traditionalists”, the authors give a truly Catholic understanding of Tradition, the Second Vatican Council and its implementation, and the nature of true liturgical reform. This book not only provides the reader with a sound perspective on the past, it also offers insight into the present state of the Church and the outlook for the future. History, canon law, ecclesiastical and papal documents, and Scripture are mined in this solid apologetic for a faith that is One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic.

The Pope, the Council, and the Mass is the definitive response to “Traditionalist” Catholics, first published in 1981, and now updated to include developments up to the beginning of the pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI. In addressing the concerns raised by the followers of the late Archbishop Lefebvre and other “Traditionalists”, the authors give a truly Catholic understanding of Tradition, the Second Vatican Council and its implementation, and the nature of true… (more)

The Pope, the Council, and the Mass is the definitive response to “Traditionalist” Catholics, first published in 1981, and now updated to include developments up to the beginning of the pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI. In addressing the concerns raised by the followers of the late Archbishop Lefebvre and other “Traditionalists”, the authors give a truly Catholic understanding of Tradition, the Second Vatican Council and its implementation, and the nature of true liturgical reform. This book not only provides the reader with a sound perspective on the past, it also offers insight into the present state of the Church and the outlook for the future. History, canon law, ecclesiastical and papal documents, and Scripture are mined in this solid apologetic for a faith that is One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic.

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