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Archbishop Viganò: How is it that the Bible and all Church documents can be questioned except Vatican II?

We are beginning to question a taboo that, for almost sixty years, has prevented any theological, sociological, and historical criticism of the Council.

I find it interesting that we are beginning to question a taboo that, for almost sixty years, has prevented any theological, sociological and historical criticism of the Council. This is particularly interesting given that Vatican II is regarded as untouchable, but this does not apply – according to its supporters – to any other magisterial document or to Sacred Scripture. We have read endless addresses in which the defenders of the Council have defined the Canons of Trent, the Syllabus of Errors of Blessed Pius IX, the encyclical Pascendi of St. Pius X, and Humanae Vitae and Ordinatio Sacerdotalis of Paul VI as “outdated.” The change to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, whereby the doctrine on the legitimacy of the death penalty was modified in the name of a “changed understanding” of the Gospel, shows that for the Innovators there is no dogma, no immutable principle that can be immune from revision or cancellation: the only exception is the Vatican II, which by its nature – ex se, theologians would say – enjoys that charism of infallibility and inerrancy that is denied to the entire depositum fidei.

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rhemes1582
Thank You Archbishop Vigano
F M Shyanguya
Abp Viganò
F M Shyanguya
Abp, and is questioning the Bible and all Church documents a good thing?

And this is evidently fallacious and false. Debate on VII has raged from the time the Council concluded till now. And isn’t the heading of this article not questioning the Council albeit in fallacious way?
Bazsó-Dombi Attila
Archbishop, endeed! (I made copy/paste from the source, which is not absolving me...)