Holy Family rejects the universally accepted teachings of the Second Vatican Conference and chooses to stick with antiquated Catholic ideology.
How could the teachings of Vatican 2 be 'universally accepted' if in the same sentence he says that this church in particular rejects some of those teachings? It can't be 'universally accepted' if one group doesn't accept them. This reads like a sentence in a first draft of a high school newspaper article, which a smart faculty supervisor or senior class editor would fix.
I think the quality in writing on balance in the major media outlets has really plummeted in the last 20 years or so. On the other hand, the writers are the best and brightest ever - they have told me so. ;-)
They ARE universally accepted within the Catholic Church.
Gibson's chapel is not in union with the Catholic Church and Rome.