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The Second Vatican Council and Religious Liberty

The Second Vatican Council and Religious Liberty
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Author: Michael Davies

Product Code:  B2514
ISBN:  9781937843748
Publisher:  Angelus Press
Format:  Paperback
Pages:  326

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Michael Davies writes that St. Thomas Aquinas summed up the fundamental principle upon which the traditional Catholic teaching of the Church is based in this quotation from the Angelic Doctor: "Now the end of human life and society is God." From this fact our author draws the conclusion: "The State, therefore, has no right to be 'secular'. It must, as a State, recognize the Kingship of Jesus Christ and do Him homage; and, of course, so act that there is no contradiction between the laws it passes and the laws of God."

This book deals with the right and wrong conceptions of religious freedom. Special emphasis is placed on the weaknesses and confusions of the (non-infallible) Declaration on Religious Freedom of Vatican II, which contains a number of questionable assertions which have greatly added to the confusion of Catholics and others since it was approved by Vatican II in 1965. This makes The Second Vatican Council and Religious Liberty indispensable for any Catholic who is aware of the recent changes in the Catholic Church.


Publisher: Angelus Press
Pages: 326
ISBN: 9781937843748
More by this Author: Michael Davies
Keywords: Tradition books Catholic Traditionalism

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