Derb, at a tumultuous time in our history, “the spirit” of Vatican II’s changes were ever more jarring for many Catholics I know and love.
But since this all started yesterday here with reason: Bottom line for our beloved WFB, from Nearer, My God:
We do not abandon reason, we merely recognize its limitations. We reason to the existence of God, it is revealed to us that His Son was the incarnation, and that such was His love of us that He endured a torture excruciating in pain, and unique in aspect — the God of hosts, mutilated by His own creatures, whom He dies forgiving, loving. Can we do less? Yes, we do less, but we must try to do more, until we die.