Reflections on Vatican II

The Second Vatican Council (1962-5) stands apart as one of the single most important events of modern Church history, not only because of the number of Christians that the Church at Rome influences, but also because of the magnitude and depth of the canons of the council. While a thorough examination remains outside the parametersContinue reading “Reflections on Vatican II”

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Living Conciliarly

“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”–Stephen R. Covey I have forgotten where I first saw that quote, but I do remember that I was immediately impressed with its accurate assessment of contemporary culture and discourse. How often do we listen, discuss, or read withContinue reading “Living Conciliarly”

Announcing Conciliar Post

I am pleased to announce the launching of Conciliar Post, a website dedicated to the promotion of edifying dialogue which informs, encourages, and challenges people around the world. As the About page indicates, “Conciliar Post is a collection of theological conversations, journeys of faith, reflections on Christianity, and commentary on current events from a ChristianContinue reading “Announcing Conciliar Post”