Saturday, July 17, 2021

Father Matthew Fish on the unfolding Catholic implosion post Vatican II

 “Simply put: every diocese is full of parishes that have much smaller, now mostly older, congregations, in aging buildings with less money, and in a few short years we will hit the bell curve with both people and money. And we’re barely talking about it.

“Our schools are closing, and those that remain are becoming “private” schools for those who can afford them, as we struggle to understand what “Catholic Identity” means for a student body, most of whom do not attend Sunday Mass.

“The average knowledge of the faith in most Catholic communities is at a low point, though it will probably get worse. Meanwhile, the practice of the Sacrament of Reconciliation has virtually disappeared, as have other traditions that had culturally marked Catholics in the past.”

Father Fish posted the above on Twitter describing what he called “the collapse of Catholic culture”.

But many people persist in the belief that Vatican II changes had nothing to do with all this? Although these phenomena all occurred after Vatican II?

1 comment:

Frank Rega said...

The Pope's Motu is having the opposite effect than he intended, since it causes Catholics to focus on the true state of the Church. It is the N.O. that must become extinct, not the TLM. Simply stated, the Vatican II experiment has failed, as has its stepchild, the Novus Ordo.

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