What is the problem with Collegiality? Ep. 11

June 03, 2015
District of Australia
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One of the most important debates that took place during Vatican II was on the topic of Collegiality, or the role of bishops in leading, guiding and teaching in the Church.

The Modernist error of Collegiality denies and supplants the hierarchical order of authority that Christ Himself established in His Church—starting with the appointment of St. Peter as the first pope and head of all the Apostles (the first bishops).

In Episode 11 of our FAQ video series, we will examine how Collegiality's "democratization" of the Catholic Church has been a key contributor to the post-conciliar crisis.

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