It is interesting. I have pages and pages of notes I have taken of parts that are problematic. However, they are almost all simply due to ambiguity. And, ambiguity partly uses as a vehicle catholicism, so it is difficult raising my objection to the level of having to blow of the steam in a post about it. yes, it is problematic, but not always enough to get me to rage about it. However, the ambiguity like I mentioned is pages and pages worth. If ambiguity is a problem, and it is, then 95% of the council is not acceptable. I would say that only 5% of the council(so far at least, I am only 3-5 documents into it) is acceptable. The ambiguity is that bad as we can see, and it floods the documents. I think that is why we see such small books(time bombs) covering this massive council, and why you have me mentioning that I have pages and pages worth, but have only posted about 5% of my notes in this forum. It is an interesting phenomenon. I would like to post about so much, but am really not inclined. Because, it could be interpreted that I am criticizing catholicism. It is interesting to me.
You really have to read it for yourself. Which, I don't really recommend. It is a labor. And, there is the time bombs book and surely a couple others by sspx to read that are a good read.
Ambiguity in catechesis("pastoral" council remember), which is a novel idea and why we say novelty, with strategically placed time bombs, is really the main problem with the council.
However, I am not sure that you can have ambiguity without the time bombs. They are really a product of what the ambiguity implies. This is why you see +Fellay saying such favorable things about the jews(older brothers, 6 million holocaust true and real crap). Fellay thinks 95% of the council is acceptable, and voila, fellay no longer is wary of the jews, and parades in front of them in interviews like a fool. They are twin sisters. Reading these documents really lowers my opinion of Fellay. Because, 95% of the council is not acceptable. Unless you have an ambiguous interpretation of what the word acceptable is. Do you see where it leads? "It depends on what the meaning of the word is is"? Catholics are traditionalists, we are not revolutionaries, as st. Pius X said.