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Vatican II at 40 - The Pope who will correct Vatican II?

A new light has just been lit, in time for Christmas, across the pond in that country so dear to God and to His Mother: a news and commentary outlet called Objections (no need of a translation).

The first issue is titled: The Pope who will correct Vatican II. I sure hope their optimism is correct and in the next installments of my analysis of Vatican II at 40, I intend to express the same feeling.

One of the paper's editors, the well-known Father de Tanoüarn, explains what this new venue wants:

What we wish to do at "Objections"? Bring a Catholic view on current affairs, on the cracks of our world, of the troubles of our Church. This view might be anguished or passionate, terrified or euphoric.


It sounds nice.

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