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Have you read the Vatican II documents?

Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by MikeS, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. MikeS

    MikeS New Member

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    Given the amount of Catholic talk here, I'm curious if the non-Catholics here, especially but not exclusively the anti's, have read the documents of Vatican II?

    Link to Vatican II Documents
     
  2. John Gilmore

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    MikeS,

    Thanks for the link. I've put it on favorite sites. I've read very little of the material.
     
  3. dumbox1

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    One cautionary note -- I don't know who transcribed the documents to put them online, but there are a few typos mixed in.

    Mark
     
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    Thanks for the warning. Honestly, this was just the first site I found that had them -- I don't consider it the "preferred" location. I know they're on other sites as well, including vatican.va.
     
  7. dumbox1

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    Actually, the Vatican website has the same typos -- I think they imported the text from the same source as CIN. I wonder who you'd e-mail to get them corrected?

    Nothing major, but occasionally it makes a sentence harder to read, or a source harder to find. (For example, an "an" mistakenly typed as "in," a Bible citation listed as "Cor." without saying whether "1 Cor." or "2 Cor." (or, perhaps, "Col.") is meant, etc.)

    Mark
     
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