The only books I've had in my apartment have been Catholic books and reference books, like the dictionary. But some of those Catholic books were written after Vatican II and contain the errors of Vatican II, so I had to get rid of all of them. I even got rid of my Catholic Bibles other than my Douay-Rheims. I've gotten rid of Catholic tracts and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, too, because they contain the errors of V2. I stick to the Baltimore Catechism #3, which I own, and to the old catechisms, which do not contain error. I hope that one day more people become aware of how dangerous the V2 errors are, and get rid of all their books infected with such modernism. Religious liberty and false ecumenism were condemned by the Church, so it is harmful and wrong for the conciliar church to promote them as they do. When will people catch on? Perhaps too late?
I have all these books you have listed. I have read the Baltimore Catechism on line. I use the Douay-Rheims Bible on line for reference occasionally but I find it difficult to understand because of the English.
I must admit, nothing has clashed for me. Maybe if you could name the specific errors that the Church is now teaching. I know that in many translations of Luke 1:28, the phrase "highly favored" instead of "full of Grace"is used in reference to Our Lady. Is that one of the errors?
You mention false ecumenism, what does the Church say now about Christian Unity that is contrary to Christ's teaching.
You mentioned getting rid of Catholic Bibles, CCC, etc which are "
books infected with such modernism. Religious liberty and false ecumenism were condemned by the Church,
These books all carry the "Nihil Obstat,"and "Imprimatur" approval stamps of the Church so the Church has not condemned them. In effect therefore, it is the Catholic Church herself promoting these "errors and false teachings"
This is how I understand your comments to mean. Have I misunderstood you, perhaps?