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Vatican II is a spirituality?

Pope Francis: My spirituality comes directly from Vatican II

Pope Francis delivers the homily as he celebrates the opening Mass of the plenary assembly of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences on Sept. …
V.R.S.
I get it. He adores God together with Mohammedans (LG), looks for elements of truth and sanctification and all that is true & holy in Buddhist nihilism and Hindu paganism (NA), enjoys that the Spirit of the Council uses heretical sects as means of salvation (UR), centres with atheists all things on earth on the man (GS) and respects religious liberty and freedom of worship of satanists (DH).
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I get it. He adores God together with Mohammedans (LG), looks for elements of truth and sanctification and all that is true & holy in Buddhist nihilism and Hindu paganism (NA), enjoys that the Spirit of the Council uses heretical sects as means of salvation (UR), centres with atheists all things on earth on the man (GS) and respects religious liberty and freedom of worship of satanists (DH).
And yes, the Church of Christ subsists somewhere in the post-conciliar church (LG).

PS He shall and won't keep the Latin in Mass (SC).
aderito
About the Bible ? the Word of God ?and the Word became flesh ?the life , death and ressurection of our Lord Jesus ?
Facts Not Lies
Ummm is Vatican II starting to look a lot like reading magick scrolls written in a language only readable by one person?
Why share the knowledge when you can hoard and 'adjust' it to suit?
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Malki Tzedek
Oddly enough, my spirituality comes directly from the Bible and the Faith deposit of our Lord and His disciples.
John A Cassani
It is a spirituality indeed. One that is grounded not in the Kingship of Christ, but in the triumph of the world. It leads nowhere that is good. The fact that it is a spirituality is a big part of the reason that it can’t be put into the proper perspective, but must be treated as, in the words of Joseph Ratzinger, a “super dogma,” rather than a Council that spoke in ways that were very …More
It is a spirituality indeed. One that is grounded not in the Kingship of Christ, but in the triumph of the world. It leads nowhere that is good. The fact that it is a spirituality is a big part of the reason that it can’t be put into the proper perspective, but must be treated as, in the words of Joseph Ratzinger, a “super dogma,” rather than a Council that spoke in ways that were very particular to the very unique era when it took place.