So you are against the universal call to holiness? Is Lumen Gentium bad when it reiterates that the Pope is the supreme governor of the Church, and that the college of bishops can only act authoritatively when united to the successor of Peter and never apart from him?
Not at all. I’m saying the Second Vatican Council and its fallout was anything but a genuine call to holiness. It was all “talk”. It was really a call to more worldliness.
After VC II, Holy Communion while standing, not kneeling, was introduced. Later, Communion in the Paw would be allowed and patens under the chins/paws have disappeared. Friday abstinence and Ember Days (remember them?) were eliminated; head coverings for women disappeared, some saints’ feast days disappeared, many Holy Days of Obligation were transferred to the nearest Sunday, laymen distributing Holy Communion, etc.
What’s holy about any of the above?