A very thought-provoking analysis of the Church's traditional stand on religious liberty and a discussion of the controversy caused on the subject by the "Declaration on Religious Liberty" of Vatican II. Shows this statement is not a declaration of Faith and that therefore "it is not disloyalty to the faith to seek a clarification of its ambiguities." to quote a July 3. 1977 article in National Catholic Register.
The Rhine Flows into the Tiber
Unbiased, definitive, popularly written history of Vatican II. Tells it like it really happened. Filled with facts. Totally absorbing. Shows the efforts of the "Rhine Fathers" to take control of the Council. Crucial to understand what is shaping the Church today. Impr. 304 pgs, PB