St. Joseph’s Media of Wayne, Michigan has just released the long-awaited, definitive study of Vatican II in the new book, Vatican II Exposed as Counterfeit Catholicism.
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February 25, 2019; Wayne, Michigan -- St. Joseph’s Media of Wayne, Michigan has just released the long-awaited, definitive study of Vatican II in the new book, Vatican II Exposed as Counterfeit Catholicism. Seven years in the writing, exhaustively researched and utilizing all available primary sources, this comprehensive book clearly and methodically explains the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How of the Second Vatican Council.
Though many believe that the liturgical and doctrinal changes implemented after Vatican II came about spontaneously, this study shows that the changes were well planned, had their roots in the sixteenth century Protestant Reformation and gained momentum as time progressed. Even though numerous popes strenuously and repeatedly condemned the cunning heretics who adhered to these false beliefs, Vatican II Exposed as Counterfeit Catholicism reveals how Modernists, Communists and Freemasons worked diligently together for decades to form the Counterfeit Church.
Readers will view Vatican II like never before as they go behind the scenes, sitting among the Council Fathers, listening to their speeches and joining in the debates. They will finally understand how and why the majority of the bishops voted to approve such radical changes.
The book contains biographies of all the major players at Vatican II, a thorough historical analysis of each Session of Vatican II and its 16 Documents, a thorough study of the Tridentine Latin Mass and the New Mass as well as the pre and post Vatican II Sacraments. The biographies of Pope Pius XII and the six Vatican II era popes are also included. The authors analyze how the changes have negatively affected the faith of millions of people worldwide and continue to do so.
Vatican II Exposed as Counterfeit Catholicism is available directly from the publisher at stjosephsmedia.com, or from Amazon and other online media outlets.
Fr. Francisco Radecki, CMRI
Phone: (734) 729-8228