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Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò at Catholic University of America, Washington DC.

By Edward Pentin, Sept. 14, 2020

Without the Second Vatican Council, the student revolution of 1968 that radically changed life in the Western world would never have happened, nor would a “self-styled” Catholic such as Joe Biden be a leading presidential contender, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano has argued.

In a new lengthy interview with the Vaticanist Marco Tosatti, the former nuncio to the United States said he believes there is a “close connection between the rebellion of the ultra-progressive clergy — with the Jesuits in the lead — and the education of generations of Catholics, who were formed according to the modernist ideology.”

These, he said, were factors “flowing into the Council, which served as a premise not only for ’68 revolution in the political sphere, but also for the doctrinal and moral revolution in the ecclesial sphere.

“Without Vatican II,” he argued, “we would not have had the student revolution that radically changed life in the Western world, the vision of the family, the role of women, and the very concept of authority.”  ….

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