There were exactly no doctrines defined at the Second Vatican Council. The Second Vatican Council was the first purely pastoral council ever held in the Church.
The Second Vatican Council said nothing about beverages in Church.
The Second Vatican Council was an Ecumenical Council called by Blessed Pope John XXIII to "update" the Church in relating to the modern world.
Yes, it was an ecumenical council.
The Second Vatican Council was only held fifty years ago, in the Church's history, that is practically overnight. The influence of the Second Vatican Council will not be able to be evaluated for another 50 to 100 years.
The role of the First Vatican Council was an ecumenical Council that defined Papal infallibility and several other doctrinal issues. The role of the Second Vatican Council was purely pastoral.
Actually, beyond the fact that they were both Ecumenical Councils of the Church and held at the Vatican, that is about the extent of the similarities, everything else was different. The Second was purely a pastoral Council, the First was a doctrinal Council.
His Holiness, Pope Paul VI closed the Second Vatican Council.
Catholic Answer None, the Second Vatican Council was a purely pastoral council. Unlike previous Councils, it made no rulings or clarifications on doctrine.
Blessed Pope John XXIII, of happy memory, convened the Second Vatican Council.
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Bl. Pope John XXIII convened the Second Vatican Council. He died before it ended, and it was left to his successor Pope Paul VI to reconvene the council and see it concluded.
As of 30 May 2014 there have been two named saints from the Second Vatican Council. Pope St. John XXIII was the pope that called the Council, and Pope St. John Paul II was a participant in the Council.
The Catholic Church has had 21 ecumenical councils: First Council of Nicaea First Council of Constantinople Council of Ephesus Council of Chalcedon Second Council of Constantinople Third Council of Constantinople Second Council of Nicaea Fourth Council of Constantinople First Council of the Lateran Second Council of the Lateran Third Council of the Lateran Fourth Council of the Lateran First Council of Lyon Second Council of Lyon Council of Vienne Council of Constance Council of Florence… Read More
Pope Paul VI closed Vatican II.
After the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II).
The Second Vatican Council was a pastoral Council, it made no changes to Church doctrine, or to the structure of the Church itself.
The Second Vatican Council met in four sessions over four years. Each session began in the fall with daily meetings for a number of months.
Pope John XXIII was the pope who called for the Council.
This council is generally called the Second Vatican Council or simply Vatican II. It is a council that was held for Roman Catholics, but it is not accepted or recognized by the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Pope Blessed John XXIII convoked the Second Vatican Council.
Roman Catholic Answer The Second Vatican Council was an Ecumenical Council of the Church. By definition, an Ecumenical Council must be called by the Pope and all the Bishops of the world (or as many as can get there) attend. Vatican Council II was unique among councils as it invited non-bishops as observers.
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The Second Vatican Council officially ended on the feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, 1965.
The Council took place in and around Rome, much of it in the Vatican. Some meetings took place in other cities in Italy.
How has the emphasis of the sacrament of anointing of the sick changed since the Second Vatican Council?
The Sacrament of Anointing, which used to be called Extreme Unction, was reserved, before the Second Vatican Council to a person in extremis (at the point of death), since the Second Vatican Council, the Sacrament has been extended to anyone who is gravely ill, or just in possible danger of death just from old age.
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Pope Pius IX convened the First Vatican Council which began in 1868. Pope John XXIII convened the Second Vatican Council which began in 1962. Pope Paul VI reconvened the Second Vatican Council in 1963 after it was suspended due to the death of Pope John. Pope John had to close the First Vatican Council before opening the Second Council since the First Council was never officially closed by Pius, it ended abruptly, or temporarily suspended… Read More
The opening session of the Second Vatican Council was nearly 2,400 Bishops from all over the world. There were also numerous "experts" and theologians, as well as observers who were invited from other religions, although only the Bishops were officially members of the Council.
Vatican Council I was the first Ecumenical Council to be held at the Vatican in Vatican City which is an independent country.
The Second Vatican Council opened under Pope John XXIII on 11 October 1962 and closed under Pope Paul VI on 8 December 1965. As the name implies, it was convened in the Vatican.
There is no death penalty in Vatican City, it being abolished in 1969 by Pope Paul VI after the Second Vatican Council
Vatican Council I met from 1869 to 1870.
They are the Pope, Bishops and the Cardinals all over the world.
The most recent ecumenical council was the Second Vatican Council, which lasted from October 11, 1962 to December 8, 1965.
Roman Catholic Answer Because the Pope at that time, Blessed John XXIII, called for a Council.
Pope John XXXIII initiated the Second Vatican Council also known as "Vatican II"
The First Vatican Council was convoked December 8th, 1869 but was suspended in 1870 with the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War. The council never resumed and was finally formally closed in 1960. The Second Vatican Council opened October 11th, 1962 and was closed December 8th, 1965.
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John XXIII is best remembered for calling the Second Vatican Council.
Pope John XXIII called the Second Vatican Council to update the Church; to open a window and let in some fresh air. He felt that the Church was not a museum, but a living, vibrant body that the People of God should be able to understand.
The First Vatican Council, the twentieth, opened on 8 December, 1869, and adjourned on 20 October, 1870. It met three hundred years after the Council of Trent. The Second Vatican Council, formally opened under the pontificate of Pope John XXIII on 11 October 1962 and closed under Pope Paul VI on 8 December 1965.
The chief reforms in the church from the second Vatican Council were: the use of the vernacular language instead of Latin in the Holy Mass; the church tabernacle displaced from the central aisle and the usage of revised Eucharistic prayers in the church. There were the direct reforms.
Pope John XXIII convened the Council and Pope Paul VI made the changes to the Mass.
Since the second Vatican council, known as Vatican II, which was held on the 11th of October 1962.
The Second Vatican Council was held at the Vatican, obviously, Ecumenical Council are named after the location where they are held, this was the Second Ecumenical Council to be held at the Vatican. It was convened in 1962 by Blessed Pope John XXIII, of happy memory; it was closed by Pope Paul VI, of happy memory, on December 8, 1965. It's purpose, according to Pope John XXIII was to "update the Church" to bring its… Read More
The Second Vatican Council addressed Sacraments, but it did not define them, they had previously been defined. Vatican II addressed the fact that Jesus was present in the sacraments, the He was the source of the sacraments, it gave directives for communal celebration, the Eastern Churches, indulgences for the sacraments, norms for administration of them, the purpose, sacred music, and addressed the revision of them, but it did not define them.