Canada: Promoting a Study of Vatican II

Source: FSSPX News

On October 13, 2011, St. Paul University (USP), in Ottawa, Canada, opened a new research center on “Vatican II and 21st century Catholicism”.  The objective is to promote the study of the theology and history of Vatican Council II.  “My students were not yet born at the time of Vatican II.  We must make its importance understood to a new generation,” explained Catherine Clifford, a member of the university's teaching staff.  The founding members come from the three largest faculties of Catholic theology in Canada and have directed a bilingual anthology entitled “Vatican II: Expériences canadiennes/ Canadian Experiences” (University of Ottawa Press, 2011).  The work was presented when this new center of research was launched.  The archbishop of Ottawa, Bishop Terrence Prendergast, was present along with many Canadian and American theologians. (source: apic – DICI#243, October 28, 2011)

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