From a reader:
I’m wondering what type of assent are we as Catholics supposed to give
to the Vatican II council? Also do we have an obligation to agree with
things like Communion in the hand, and other parts in the liturgy that
are special permissions (use of EMHCs, female altar servers, etc)? I’m
not sure if they came from Vatican II or not but I heard they came
The things you mention are not from any of the documents of Vatican II. They are innovations that were imposed by liberals in the name of Vatican II. Altar girls and Communion in the hand are, today, licit, but they developed against the Church’s clear laws at the time. They obtained approval after the fact.
I am sure the readership here will have nothing else to say and will have no additional comments or opinions.
I will now back out of the room.