“Change” came to the Vatican about 45 years before Barack Obama brought “change” to America

According to Michael Davies and those in the know, a number of “suspect theologians” hijacked the opening session of Vatican II by seizing control of its drafting commissions, whereupon they scrapped Pope John’s plan for the Council and proceeded to draft a new agenda of their own. It was this illicit intervention that gave birth to the conciliar reform, which was novel, and not continuous.

Hence, the problem with Vatican II did not lie in the misinterpretation of its documents, but the problem lied in the documents themselves which, under a certain appearance of orthodoxy, proposed destructive changes to the Church. Subtle half-truths and ambiguities were woven into the documents by a coterie of renowned modernist theologians, including Cheno, Kung, Schillebeeckx, Fring, Danielou, Rahner, de Lubac and others whose teachings had formerly been condemned or censured under Pius XII.

They in turn were assisted by six Protestant delegates and others who were invited to the Council as consultants on matters of liturgy and doctrine (Michael Davies, Pope John’s Council, 1977). Augustine Cardinal Bea, who headed the Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian Unity, boasted of the contribution made by these delegates in formulating the Council’s decree on Ecumenism, saying, “I do not hesitate to assert that they have contributed in a decisive way to bringing about this result.”

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