Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Reasons for Reistance; The Hierarchy of the Catholic Church Speaks on the Post-Vatican II Crisis




Reasons for Resistance; The Hierarchy of the Catholic Church Speaks on the Post-Vatican II Crisis (© Queen of Martyrs Press) by Jason A. Roberts, O.S.S.M. cites over 50 members of the Church's hierarchy ranging from popes to cardinals, bishops, priests and one deacon (all in "good standing" with Rome) wherein they criticize, analyze and/or reveal the truth about Vatican II, the Novus Ordo Missae and other post-Conciliar liturgical rites and practices. Some of the quotes are familiar to traditional Catholics, others perhaps are not, yet all are illuminating in regards to the post-Conciliar crisis in the Church. It will also prove useful to traditional Catholics when presenting their case to non-traditional Catholics, proving that their reasons for remaining traditional have been articulated by the members of the Church's own post-Conciliar hierarchy. This book allows traditional Catholics to easily present their case for resisting a full assent to the belief that Vatican II was infallible, and that there are legitimate reasons for not participating in the post-Conciliar rites. Reasons for Resistance shows that through the words of the the members of the Church's hierarchy, all Catholics have legitimate reasons to resist the post-Conciliar novelties.

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