The first volume of the 11-volume study on Vatican II
Eli, Eli, Lamma Sabacthani? (My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?)
This book broke the myth of Vatican II! In 1997 when it was first published, no one dared to disagree publicly with the Council. Today everyone discusses its progressivist influence.
Know how ambiguity in the official texts of Vatican II opened the door for progressivist interpretations. Learn how Progressivism then installed itself in the Catholic Church.
A carefully written, authoritative book about the Council and its aftermath. This is becoming the defining book on the inner workings of Vatican II and what it means for the Church.
A landmark in American Catholicism
From the Special Foreword by Fr. Malachi Martin:
"This volume established the author, Atila Sinke Guimarães, as one of the best informed latter day students of that epochal event, the Second Vatican Council … One reads in this volume with a certain sickening feeling the unified way in which the Church's own theologians and prelates conspired willingly to bring about the present trend to the de-Romanization and the de-Catholicizing of the once monolithic institution."
Format: Paperback, 396 pp.