Many people have asked if there is any work to introduce the 11-Volume Collection Eli, Eli, Lamma Sabacthani? on Vatican II by Atila Guimarães. This Collection is a massive, dense and scholarly work that demonstrates how the letter and spirit of Vatican II is destroying our Holy Catholic Church.
A good friend of Tradition in Action, Michael Saint Amand, suggested that a short work be published to benefit Readers and prepare them for what they will read in it. A kind of Handbook that would give a first orientation and understanding of the Collection.
The project began shortly after the celebration of the publishing of the whole Collection in January 2017. First, Mr. Saint Amand posed a series of questions to the Author. Then, he suggested the inclusion of biographies of the Author and his mentor, Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, as well as a Vocabulary List explaining expressions unfamiliar to the normal reader.
Next, he proposed making accessible to readers the encouraging & congratulatory words written by Prof. Plinio to mark the beginning and the end of the writing of the Collection. Last, he proposed excerpts of book reviews on volumes of the Collection and comments by readers. All his suggestions were welcomed by Mr. Guimarães and incorporated into the project.
Now, TIA has the pleasure to bring to you the result of that initiative.
In this 90 page booklet, Mr. Saint Amand questions the Author on what inspired the Collection, the topics it covers, the process of writing it and the problems encountered. Guimarães responds to the 45 questions brilliantly and succinctly, giving the reader a full panorama of the whole crisis in the Church and the role played by Vatican II in fostering Progressivism, which is, quite literally, changing the face of out Church.
This short book is only $5 – inexpensive precisely because it is meant to be in the hands of every reader of the Collection, as well as a tool to introduce the Collection to a broader public.
Get your copy now!
It is a riveting read, elucidating to all – Catholics who have been following the crisis in the Church for many years as well as those whose eyes are just beginning to open to the serious problems we are facing today.