With the Lefebvrists, Ecumenism Doesnt Come CheapThose who dialogue with them risk the accusation of betraying Vatican Council II. The pope tries, and is criticized by a German theologian. But in the meantime, many traditionalist groups have already made their peace with Rome
by Sandro Magister
ROME, June 2, 2010 – In two days, Benedict XVI will travel to Cyprus. It will be the first time that a pope has visited the island, invited and welcomed by the local Orthodox Church. Not even John Paul II was able to do so.
But Benedict XVI is engaged on another ecumenical front.
It's with the followers of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, who are still in a state of schism with the Church of Rome because of their rejection of the authenticity of Vatican Council II.
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