Yves Congar and Vatican Council II


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Read this today from Fr. Barron on Yves Congar:
realclearreligion.org/articles/2012/06/26/diary_from_vatican_ii.html

Any thoughts from my tradition minded friends on this? Notice the names on the Pro-change side.

"As Congar led this charge, his chief opponents were Archbishop Pericle Felice and Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, the keepers of the traditional, scholastic form of Catholicism. His principal allies were "progressive" council fathers Cardinal Frings of Cologne and Archbishop Wojtyla of Krakow, as well as fellow periti Karl Rahner, Edward Schillebeeckx, Henri de Lubac, Hans Kung, and a young German theologian named Joseph Ratzinger. As I read the pages of Congar's journal, all of these figures and that very heady time came rather vividly to life. But even as I was caught up in the moment, I couldn't help but think of the divisions that would later beset that victorious group."


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Unrelated to Catholic tradition

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