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The Bible in the Church since Vatican II E-mail
Written by Henry Wansbrough OSB   
Sunday, 20 January 2013 20:49

The fiftieth anniversary of the opening of Vatican II provides an opportunity to reflect on the extraordinary changes which have taken place in the Roman Catholic Church in the attitude to and use of the Bible. At the time of Vatican II the Church was still emerging from a shell-shocked and timorous period following the vigorous repression by Church authorities of the excesses of the Catholic Modernist movement in the opening years of the twentieth century.

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