The Coming Vatican Council

Novak, Michael
August 1962
New Republic;8/27/62, Vol. 147 Issue 8/9, p12
Comments on key controversies surrounding the Second Vatican Council in Rome, Italy citing problems in the conduct of discussions within the council and its implications on the goals and activities of the Roman Catholic Church. Issues on Church renewal; Civil service of the Church; Role and functions of Pope John in making final decisions concerning the agenda for the gatherings; Indications of the universalization of the Church.


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