However he would say VCII contradicted nothing and changed nothing of true teaching.
He kept lauding Dei Verbum as the finest statement on Divine Revelation the Church has produced and challenging me as to what was wrong with it.
I pointed out some things and used a quote from Card Ratzinger that Bishop Fellay used in a letter to show even the Pope thought DV was different from VCI and Trent. He asked to see the context of the quote. I looked it up and it is from a German book that is not available online. I sent a link to a site about the book just so he could see the book exists.
He then had this to say....
"you quote things (off websites) without context and ask me for my comments (I once had a protestant, who found a papal quote on an anti-Catholic website and expected me to defend it - he did not even know the source document - and then he told me it was MY responsibility to find the quote). Similarly, when I asked you for the "..." and the context, you provide me a way of buying a $200 book so that I can see it for myself."
He used it as a pretext to show some sort of chicanery and avoid facing the fact his own Pope agrees DV is different.