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2017年08月13日 | 伝統派

Was Pius XII a Proto-Oecumenist?
Recent Findings Have Tarnished His Reputation as a Defender of Tradition

From: Patricius Anthony

It Has Become More Apparent that Pope Pius XII
Was Far from the Traditional Pope that Conservatives
And Many in the Traditional Movement Have Made Him out to Be
He Made Many Anti-traditional "Changes"
To the Catholic and Apostolic Roman Missal and Divine Office
If Pius XII Had Rooted out the Modernist Heretics as Did Pope St. Pius X
Then the Vatican II Anti-council Most Likely Would Never Have Taken Place
And the Church and the World at Large Would Not Be in Their Deplorable Conditions

As history unfolds, it has become more apparent that Pope Pius XII (1939- 1958) was far from the traditional pope that conservatives and many in the Traditional Catholic Movement have made him out to be. Not only were a number of his key appointments Modernists (the most notorious being Hannibal Bugnini, Secretary to the Commission for Liturgical Reform), but his commitment to traditional theology (e.g., his Encyclical Letter Mediator Dei) have, in the light of some seventy years, come into question.

Pius XII's gutting of the Roman Missal with respect to the Apostolic rites of Holy Week (engineered for him by Bugnini and Protestant models) were quite dramatic and can now be seen as a precursor for the revolution which took place at the Second Vatican Anti-Council (1962-65) and the "reforms? which came in its wake, especially the promulgation of the New Mess by Paul VI-Montini.

The doubts about Pius XII are also exemplified by his involvement as Secretary of State with the framing of the 1937 Irish Constitution. His involvement reveals that the future pontiff was quite modern in terms of a bent toward false "oecumenism." Pius XII was far from a traditional pope in the mold of St. Pius X, but was a transitional figure who, with his subordinates, laid the groundwork for Vatican II, much more so than Pope John XXIII (1958-1963).

In the nearly six decades since Pius XII's passing, it has become clearer that his reputation as an orthodox defender of Catholic Tradition has been tarnished. His position on the Irish Constitution has added to a growing amount of evidence that, in a number of areas, he was quite modern. It would be hard to deny that his later pontificate laid the foundation for the revolution that was to come at the Vatican II Anti-council:

  1. In 1945, his partial replacement of the traditional Catholic psalter of St. Jerome's Latin Vulgate with a Modern Latin version
  2. In 1954, his introduction of vulgar tongues into the Sacraments for the first time in the history of the Church
  3. In 1956, his strongly anti-traditional and Protestantizing changes to the Most Sacred Rites of Holy Week
  4. In 1956, his gutting of the feasts of the Divine Office and the traditional Catholic calendar
  5. In 1956, his denigration of the Most Holy Eucharist by the "mini fast"

If Pius XII had rooted out the Modernist heretics as Pope St. Pius X had courageously done earlier in the century, then Vatican II most likely would never have taken place and the Church and world at large would not be in their current deplorable spiritual conditions.

For further details on these issues, click on the TRADITIO Network's Special Features (Articles, Reviews, Sermon Series, Other)department for the article "Pope Pius XII: Proto-False Oecumenist?"

http://www.traditio.com/comment/com1708.htm#170805

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