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Post-VCII Traditional Theologians

Started by CArnaud, February 05, 2023, 06:19:43 PM

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I'd love to know at least the name of prominent catholic theologians that were critical of Vatican Council II during and after the Council but always maintained a traditional and Thomistic approach to theology. Are there any besides the ones associated with SSPX?

Thanks in advance.



I did not! I'll check them out. Thanks Geremia!


Crean, O.P. is the closest to a contemporary protégé  of Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P., that I know of, though he's a mere kid compared to the giant Sacred Monster of Thomism—in terms of prolificity, adherence to strict scholastic form, and Latinity. 😉