COMMENTARY: A glimpse at the development of the constitution ‘Dei Verbum’ makes clear the role of Scripture and Tradition as the supreme rule of faith.
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COMMENTARY: The Holy Father’s pilgrimage to Loreto and Assisi offers an important insight into the significance of the Council he initiated.
COMMENTARY: In 1960, Pope John XXIII established 11 commissions and other preparatory bodies to lay the groundwork for the Second Vatican Council.
COMMENTARY: In revealing his plan to a group gathered at the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls on Jan. 25, 1959, the Pope expressed a firm conviction that his idea for an ecumenical council came from the Holy Spirit.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The debate over how God reveals himself was a central part of Vatican II and continues to nourish the Church.