VATICAN 2: MISERY AND DESPAIR

The Robber Council of 1962-1965 (better known to the world as the Second Vatican Council), produced sixteen heretical documents. Four of those documents were “promulgated” by Montini (“Pope” Paul VI) on December 7, 1965, the day before the Council ended. Altogether, Vatican II passed four Constitutions, nine Decrees, and three Declarations. Two of the four Constitutions were called “Dogmatic” (Dei Verbum [on Divine Revelation], and Lumen Gentium [on the Church]), and the last was labeled as “Pastoral,” Gaudium et Spes (On the Church in the Modern World). The Constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium  [on the liturgy] does not specify itself with either appellation. Gaudium et Spes (translated as “Joy and Hope,” will hereinafter be referred to as “GS”), was one of those last four documents put out by the Council. It is most pernicious and often overlooked because of the more glaring heresies of the other Constitutions. MORE