* John XXIII brought the Church out into the world.
* He wanted to make men love one another.
* Everyone was welcome at the Council.
You don't find these three things disturbing?
No. Why do you?
Yes, I find all three disturbing. Here's why:
John XXIII did bring the Church out into the world, the modern world. The Catholic Church is supposed to convert the world, not the other way around. The Novus Ordo has dropped the prayers that were in the TLM about "despising the earthly things of this world" and the prayers that we will not become attatched to them. That's not good. Surely you can imagine why.
Make men love one another? Either he wasn't specific enough, or John XXIII was you-know-what.
All religions should not have been welcome at the council. It's supposed to be a Catholic council, not a council for all religions. Before you say "Oh, but Protestants were allowed at Vatican I", there's a huge difference here. There were six Protestant ministers in attendance at Vatican II, I'm sure you've seen the picture of them standing with Paul VI. One of those six ministers said they would have no problem celebrating the Novus Ordo at their church. Another one said "We have finished the work of Martin Luther" after the NO was first celebrated. How is that not disturbing?