Theologians who refuse to accept Church positions on homosexuality, women’s ordination, contraception and other issues often point to the Council as the beginning of a new openness and democratic freedom in the Church. McInerny demonstrates, however, that Vatican II explicitly forbids such dissent. You’ll also learn the disturbing story of how Humanae Vitae was used to start a revolution in the Church and overwhelm the real message of Vatican II. An arsenal of useful arguments and quotes to help defend the Church’s Magisterium from attacks. 185 pp.
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