Most Holy Trinity Seminary
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The Chapel of the seminary
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Due to the Vatican II glaring changes, it diminished the Catholic tradition, they allege, and that even some cases, replaced it with many major doctrinal, liturgical, and disciplinary changes. Most Holy Family Seminary seeks to preserve Roman Catholic tradition.
The Most Holy Trinity Seminary rejects the reforms of Vatican II as 'heretical', 'evil', 'blasphemous' and not inline with the teachings and standards of the Roman Catholic Church.
They professes that the members of the Novus Ordo hierarchy, and those ordained in the new rite, (including and especially the Vatican II popes), despite the appearances of authority, are not Catholic, and do not have the right to give orders. The members of the seminary profess that they are "false shepherds, and ought to be denounced as such."
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