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  • Title: Trojan Horse in the City of God: The Catholic Crisis Explained
  • Author: Dietrich von Hildebrand John Cardinal O'Connor
  • ISBN: 9780918477187
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Uncover the philosophical and theological roots of the issues that rock the Church today come to understand why Catholics get so heated about them This acclaimed 1967 work has become an international classic because of its ability to go beyond the liberal conservative impasse to the heart of the Catholic crisis.
    Dietrich von Hildebrand John Cardinal O'Connor
    Dietrich von Hildebrand was a German Catholic philosopher and theologian who was called informally by Pope Pius XII the 20th Century Doctor of the Church Pope John Paul II greatly admired the work of von Hildebrand, remarking once to von Hildebrand s widow, Alice von Hildebrand, Your husband is one of the great ethicists of the twentieth century Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has a particular admiration and regard for Dietrich von Hildebrand, whom he already knew as a young priest in Munich In fact, as young Fr Ratzinger, he even served as an assistant pastor in the church of St Georg in Munich, which von Hildebrand frequented in the 1950s and 1960s It was also in St Georg that Dietrich and Alice von Hildebrand were married The degree of Pope Benedict s esteem is expressed in one of his statements about von Hildebrand, When the intellectual history of the Catholic Church in the twentieth century is written, the name of Dietrich von Hildebrand will be most prominent among the figures of our time Von Hildebrand was a vocal critic of the changes in the church brought by the Second Vatican Council He especially resented the new liturgy Of it he said Truly, if one of the devils in C.S Lewis The Screwtape Letters had been entrusted with the ruin of the liturgy, he could not have done it better Von Hildebrand died in New Rochelle, New York, in 1977.


    Robin Damgaard
    This is an excellent book. The author was not out to make friends in writing it, apparently. He covers all the philosphical and theological problems in the Church in the Vatican II era. It's exceptionally clear and simple, devout and charitable, but not pretty: he lines up and knocks down a complete list of heresies, with special attention to those of Teilhard de Chardin. Mind you, I'm not sure that anyone takes him de Chardin seriously anymore, which might be a shortcoming of this book: it was [...]

    Robert Federline
    The Councils of the Church were called at various times in history in order to combat a heresy or to otherwise clarify an important matter of Church Teaching. Man's ingenuity, however, is virtually endless. He is able to invent error virtually at will, which is why heresies have been combated since the very beginning of the Church.It is interesting, therefore, how swiftly following the Second Vatican Council this book was written. Its purpose, of course, is to guard against, and to correct, misi [...]

    Cornelius Pulung
    A brief and concise introduction to the changes that happened after the Second Vatican Council. If you think Iota Unum by Romano Amerio is too heavy to digest, then Trojan Horse must be easy-to-read book because it offers straightforward analysis. It's a must-read book for Catholic traditionalist who wants to get an overall picture of the errors that infect the post-concilliar Church and how to combat them.

    This is a very good book that anyone who is Catholic probably should read. I do not understand why material like this was not taught in my Catholic high school.While this is not only for Catholics, it is helpful if you have an interest in the Second Vatican Council. It spends a lot of time going into detail on what happened and how some people improperly interpreted it.If you are neither Catholic nor interested in the Second Vatican Council, you might find this book to be a bit dull.

    Dietrich von Hildebrand explains the philosophical errors behind the misinterpretation of the documents of Vatican II and how they led to changes in the liturgy/ other religious practices of Catholics--and not for the better. I'm a Catholic who was born long after the council, so I have no firsthand experience of the preconciliar church; however I'm also a classical music and vintage movie aficionado who learned something about what it was like by listening to sacred music by various composers a [...]


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