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March 06 2017

In this episode, we continue our discussion of the history of Modernism at the start of the Second Vatican Council to the present day. We emphasize how the Council served as a turning point for the Church and how various interpretations of it led to different directions by both Modernists and Traditionalists. Emphasis is given to woman priesthood, birth control and the New Mass. Finally, we see how the reforms of John Paul 2, as well as Pope Benedict have refuted any Modernist gains.