Sins before Baptism are to be repented only. As a result of this council, the Catholic Church would dramatically change or reconsider its stance towards the world, it’s celebration of the liturgy, salvation, and the roles of … My teachers have been talking about Vatican II, and I’m intrested in the differences from the Mass tody and the Mass back then. jeanne71350 January 27, 2009, 2:16am #1. Congregations could immediately relate to what, for centuries, had been concealed and the People of God had a voice once again!
Changes in the Sacraments caused by Vatican II All the Seven Sacraments, including Penance or Confession, have recently been revised and changed in the Roman rite of the Catholic Church because of ideas and plans put forward in the Second Vatican Council held in the 1960s. Before the council ended, and within a few months after Pope Paul VI’s election, the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium (SC), was released as the council’s first document. I’m a teenager, so you’ll have to forgive me.
Another important result of the Vatican II reform was the permission given for the Mass to be celebrated in vernacular languages rather than in Latin, and the audible praying of the Eucharistic Prayer. Sisters And Vatican II: A Generational Tug Of War On Oct. 11, 1962, Pope John XXIII opened Vatican II, with a desire to let some fresh air into the … Indeed, it seems clear that, in his mind, this was the most important and valuable single feature of the reform.” 2. In 1959 Pope John XXIII called for an ecumenical council of the Catholic Church that would later be known at Vatican II. * ChurchTorch April 14, 2010, 11:03am #2. Please help me decide whether I should undergo a traditional priestly formation. After the Vatican Council II closed, the Popes started to implement the changes that were asked for by the Council. I know the whole thing was in Latin, you weren’t allowed to touch the host, and women had to cover their heads. *Please share your views on the priesthood before Vatican II and after Vatican II; if you don't have any views, please share your recollections.