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Alphonsus Jr.:
I've recently had cause to assemble a bit of a study list related to the Hippie Council, aka the Judas Council, aka the Second Vatican Council. See below. Feel free to make additional suggestions.

The Ottaviani Intervention: Short Critical Study of the New Order of Mass (also see the video on it on Youtube)

The Catechism of the Crisis in the Church, by Matthias Gaudron

The Rhine Flows into the Tiber: A History of Vatican II, by Ralph Wiltgen

The Second Vatican Council - An Unwritten Story, by Roberto de Mattei

One Hundred Years of Modernism: A Genealogy of the Principles of the Second Vatican Council, by Dominique Bourmaud

Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church in the Twentieth Century, by Romano Amerio

The Great Facade: Vatican II and the Regime of Novelty in the Roman Catholic Church, by Christopher Ferrara and Thomas Woods

Work of Human Hands: A Theological Critique of the Mass of Paul VI, by Anthony Cekada (also search for the Youtube playlist on this) (also go to Philothea Press and read for free the first few parts of this book; it blows away the modernist idea that preference is in any way part of the correct calculus of Mass attendance)

Open Letter to Confused Catholics, by Abp Marcel Lefebvre

Revolution and Counter-Revolution, by Plinio Correa de Oliveira

Sedevacantism: A False Solution to a Real Problem, by Christopher Gerard Brown

Also search the internet for this article:

Seattle Catholic "The Twenty Mysteries of the Rosary?"

Related to Benedict XVI, see this article:

"The Oath Against Modernism vs. the 'Hermeneutic of Continuity'"

Also search for these essays:

"Can Obedience Oblige us to Disobey?" by Abp. Marcel Lefebvre

"Is the New Catechism Catholic? Part 1" on the SSPX site

"The Post-Conciliar Church: A New Religion? Catholic FAQs" on the SSPX site

"The Theology and Spirituality of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass" on the SSPX site

On Neocon/Neocath delusions, google for these articles:

"Revenge of the Neo-Cats" by Hilary White


"The Justice of the Term 'neo-Catholic'" by Christopher Ferrara

Also go to Audio Sancto, type the following in the search box, and listen to both results carefully:

The French Revolution


2008 Lenten Mission (Part 1): Recognizing the Signs of the Times

Finally, go to Youtube and watch the following. It's essential viewing. Watch all 14 parts:

Bp. Bernard Fellay: On the Crisis in the Church

Also search for this on Youtube:

The Enemy is Within,The Kiss of Judas Iscariot, by Fr. Michael Rodriguez

Finally, search on Youtube for this playlist:

Vatican II Wreckage

"At the close of a long life (for I was born in 1905 and I now see the year 1990), I can say that it has been marked by exceptional world events: three world wars, that which took place from 1914 to 1918, that which took place from 1939 to 1945, and that of the Second Vatican Council from 1962 to 1965. The disasters caused by these three wars, and especially by the last of them, are incalculable in the domain of material ruins, but even more so in the spiritual realm."

-Abp. Marcel Lefebvre, Prologue to his Spiritual Journey

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Alphonsus Jr.:

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My (dis?)pleasure.

I have a gnawing feeling that I've forgotten some crucial stuff though. I'm sure others will help fill the gaps.

Mysterium Fidei:
Thanks for this list Alphonsus.

I'd add the texts available on the main site of to that list... excellent resources.


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