What’s your problem with V2? It is a Pastoral Council, it is valid, and if you are Catholic, you must accept that fact.
It seems to me that it’s likely you’re “sick of it” because of the proliferation of the misrepresentation of the documents.
Have you read them? Have you BOTHERED to take the time to actually read what they say? Most of what’s out there, most of the people talking about what V2 said have never taken the time to read the documents, but rather have had made-up stuff dictated to the, which, in their ignorance, they have continued to spew all over the place.
Myth #1: Vatican 2 turned the altar around.
Fact: Find it in the documents. It’s not there. Period.
Myth #2: Vatican 2 did away with Latin:
Fact: The V2 Document Sacrosanctum Concilium stated very clearly and specifically that Latin was to maintain a HIGH PLACE in the LITURGY and the faithful should be able to participate in those parts appropriate to them during the Mass. Gregorian Chant was likewise stated to have a high place in the Mass.
etc , etc, etc.
The Documents are not at fault. Are you aware that the total implementation of the First Vatican Council has not yet been implemented? We’re only 40 years after V2…what’s your complaint? The Church moves slowly, and this is part of what the Holy Spirit uses to combat such innovations that we’ve seen in recent years. (Recent meaning: since the 60’s)
Go read the documents. They are available at the V2 website, they are available at EWTN, and JP2 himself dedicated himself to encouraging people to educate themselves, every encyclical and apostolic letter referred to V2, especially with reference to Gaudium et spes (he really liked GS 22 and 24), and constantly encouraged people to READ THE DOCUMENTS.
The problem is that we as humanity are lazy. We want those we think are “experts” to dictate to us, rather than to use our capacity to think critically while researching the material ourselves.
I have to wonder what would happpen if we all bothered to take the time to actually read what te documents actually say rather than waste time complaining about what other people say they say.