033: How to Understand What Vatican II Really Says (w/ Fr. Blake Britton)

033: How to Understand What Vatican II Really Says (w/ Fr. Blake Britton) November 13, 2019

In this episode, I’m joined by Fr. Blake Britton, a priest of the Diocese of Orlando, Florida and contributor to the Word On Fire Blog to talk about how we can really understand the what happened at Vatican II and what the various reforms were intended to accomplish.

Vatican II is perhaps the most misunderstood event in modern church history but properly understanding its intention and what its documents say can help us to be better Catholics, to evangelize better, and to properly carry out the mission of the Second Vatican Council.

This is a fantastic episode to help Catholics, especially, who may have experienced some  of the “fallout” of Vatican II and struggled to come to terms with the repercussions. A must-listen!

For the article which inspired this discussion click here, and there’s more from Fr. Blake as well.

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