The following is an interesting article about Vatican II. It has many interesting quotes from the Vatican II “peritus” (experts), as well as from Pope Paul VI, John XXIII, and more.
Here is one interesting quote from the article:
“The liberal Council peritus (expert), Father Edward Schillebeeckx admitted ‘we have used ambiguous phrases during the Council and we know how we will interpret them afterwards’.”
Did the liberals purposefully use ambiguous language in the Vatican II documents? Could this be why there has been such confusion since Vatican II?
Is it possible for the liberals to have worded the documents ambiguously? Is that even possible given the fact that it was a Church council?
Was Vatican II protected by infallbiliity? Pope Paus VI answers that question for us.
How many previous Popes had considered convening Vatican II? Why did they not do it?
Was Vatican II a “counter-syllabus”? That is, did it teach the exact opposite of what the infallible syllabus of errors taught? Cardinal Ratzinger answers that question.
Here is the link to the article that gives the answers: