Actually the Vortex series started yesterday. As that video was merely introductory in nature, I saw little point to posting that.
In this clip, Voris makes a point in delineating the differences between the Council of Trent and Vatican II. He correctly states that the Council of Trent was a dogmatic council, meaning that the proceeds of that council were to be taken as infallible teachings of the Church, while Vatican II was a pastoral council, not intended to produce dogmatic statements. I must take some issue with Voris at the 1:43 mark, when he describes the Vatican II documents as being "somewhat squishy" and "causing no end of consternation among the faithful". I certainly agree that many have misinterpreted (sometimes deliberately) those documents and have made overly-much of the "spirit of Vatican II". However, I think it a grave error to impugn the Vatican II documents themselves as being inherently faulty. Vatican II may not have held the same weight as Trent, but it was still a Church council and must be respected as such.
That being said, I look forward to hearing more about the Council of Trent, convened to deal with encroaching protestantism among other things. Click here if you cannot see embedded video.
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