Vatican II, "The People of God", and current misuses of that term. My latest in the Register
Vatican II did not teach that the "People of God" are the laity who exist as a separate ecclesial "polity" from the hierarchy
Who controls the narrative of modern Catholicism? My latest in Catholic World Report
The debate over Vatican II is still the defining ecclesial issue of our time
My Latest in Catholic World Report: A response to Adam Lucas on Vatican II and an endorsement of George Weigel's book
War, genocide, East-West Cold War, environmental destruction, issues of racism, threats of nuclear war, hot proxy wars between superpowers, poverty, political corruption -- these were the chief issues of the 1960's. And yet somehow, according to Adam Lucas, these issues are no longer relevant to today's young Catholics. So what is "relevant"? He does not say. But he hints that maybe it is the Latin Mass. Good grief.
Vatican II Sixty Years Later: My Latest in Catholic World Report
The Council was primarily a theological event
The Universal Call to Holiness and the Laity: My Latest in the Register
The Crucifixion of Parenthood and the Path to Holiness
Why the "Average Catholic" Should Still Care About Vatican II: My Essay in Our Sunday Visitor
The narrative of the "failure" of Vatican II is greatly exaggerated.
A Lecture in Baltimore at the National Shrine of the Basilica of the Assumption
Lecture by Larry Chapp delivered on September 18, 2022