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Trent, Vatican I, or Vatican II?
Posted By Eric Sammons On November 4, 2009 @ 3:54 pm In The Church | Comments Disabled
Today’s saint, St. Charles Borromeo , was one of the main proponents of the Council of Trent, which did much to reform the Church during the 16th century. In his honor, I’d like to have a quiz related to the last three Councils of the Church.
Each of the following statements come from the Council of Trent, Vatican I or Vatican II. Can you guess which Council each statement comes from? (Scroll down for answers)
And the answers are…
Surprise! They all come from Vatican II! Remember that the next time someone (either “progressive” or traditionalist) tells you that Vatican II “changed everything”. As Pope Benedict often teaches, Vatican II must be interpreted in the light of the full Catholic Tradition, of which it is a part.
Below are the documents for each of the above statements.
1) Lumen Gentium 22
2) Lumen Gentium 22
3) Lumen Gentium 23
4) Sacrosanctum Concilium 101.1
5) Sacrosanctum Concilium 120
6) Sacrosanctum Concilium 36.1
7) Dei Verbum 10
8 )Dei Verbum 11
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