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Sixty Years After

Sixty Years After

Catholic Writers Assess the Legacy of Vatican II

Edited by Peter Kwasniewski

178 pp

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About the Book

Essays and articles by

Fr Claude Barthe • Christian Browne • Madoc Cairns •
Philip Campbell • Larry Chapp • John Daniel Davidson • Fr Raymond de Souza • Gregory DiPippo • Michael Brendan Dougherty • Ross Douthat • Timothy Flanders • Matthew Hazell • Peter Kwasniewski • Jean-Pierre Maugendre • John Pepino • Fr John Perricone • Eric Sammons • Karl Gustel Wärnberg • George Weigel

The sixtieth anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council on October 11, 1962 could not have passed by without occasioning a plethora of commemorative articles. This anthology brings together assessments of the Council’s legacy by some of the finest conservative and traditionalist Catholic writers of our times. Reflecting the intense disagreements sparked by this earthshaking event, these essays and articles challenge the reader to reconsider, from various perspectives, the dense historical reality, tempestuous aftermath, present prospects, and future fate of the twenty-first ecumenical council of the Catholic Church.

About the Author

PETER A. KWASNIEWSKI is a writer and speaker on themes in the Catholic tradition, with many books to his credit. He has taught theology, philosophy, music appreciation, and art history at the university level and is a composer of sacred choral music. His work has been translated into at least eighteen languages.

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