Edited by Austin Flannery OP
This is a completely revised translation of the sixteen council documents in inclusive language. Inclusive language is used throughout in passages about men and women, not, however, in passages about God except where the use of the masculine pronoun was easily avoidable.
...an important dimension of the project of Vatican II'. - Linda Hogan in Doctrine & Life
...not only appropriate, but necessary ... to be warmly welcomed.' - Anne Thurston in Religious Life Review
...much easier to read ...to cite without sounding odd or quaint. There is a new fluency here'. - Denis Carroll in The Furrow
...the virtually definitive version for the normal bookshelf ... By finding an inclusive speech-form, Fr Flannery removes any possible misconception regarding what the Council had in mind. - Louis McRedmond in The Tablet
Vatican Council II.Constitutions Decrees Declarations.The Basic Sixteen Documents.
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