“Vatican II, as a Whole, Is Unacceptable to a Catholic.” – Fr. Gregory Hesse

Fr. Gregory Hesse


Fr. Gregory Hesse (+2006), Doctor of Sacred Theology and Canon Law, gave this conference in Louisiana when he visited Fr. Paul Trinchard in 1997.  Fr. Hesse exposes here some of the errors of the Second Vatican Council.  Father condemns the Council, as a whole, as being unacceptable to a Catholic.  Compare this to Bishop Fellay’s position that he would hope the Council belongs to Catholic Tradition.  This difference in position regarding the Council’s place in Catholic Tradition is a key factor in separating the SSPX of Archbishop Lefebvre, which continues in the Resistance, and the neo-SSPX of Bishop Fellay, which is not different in substance to the Ecclesia Dei communities.


My friends, make no mistake about it; the Church will one day condemn the Second Vatican Council and the post-Conciliar reforms, especially the Novus Ordo Missae.  When that day happens, you will hear me singing the “Te Deum”!


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