Friday, April 20, 2012

"Controlling the mic at Vatican II"

While this incident is well-known, in which the mic was turned of at which Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, age 80, the head of what is now the CDF, was speaking at Vatican II, is not well-known (I certainly did not know it) is that this occurred on the third day of the Council, not later when the "progressive" group became more organized. Read more >>


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Ralph Roister-Doister

said...

Yes, the same incident is reported by Fr Wiltgen in "The Rhine Flows Into the Tiber." The fix was in right from the start. The Rhine bloc had a game plan before the council even began.

They still yap about throwing open the windows, but they are quieter about who got thrown out of them: the Church as it existed before 1960.