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Topic: Fr Aidan Nichols

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Did Vatican II usher in our secular age?

Author Moyra Doorly and theologian Fr Aidan Nichols conclude their correspondence about the state of the Catholic Church today

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Author Moyra Doorly and theologian Fr Aidan Nichols discuss whether the Second Vatican Council’s view of other religions was too rosy

Don’t let Catholic ecumenism down

Author Moyra Doorly and theologian Fr Aidan Nichols continue to discuss the legacy of Vatican II. This week, they debate ecumenism