In this interview, Dr. Chojnowski discusses the subject of revolution, a subject central to our age, answering questions such as the following:
- What are some interesting dynamics of revolution?
- What is an important, but generally unnoticed characteristic of revolutions?
- What is the Catholic Church’s attitude towards revolutions?
- Are revolutions the work of the poor and downtrodden?
- Was the American Revolution an actual revolution or merely a war of independence?
- What is the primary target of modern revolutions?
This interview is key to understanding what really goes on during revolutions.
From the perspective of the subject of revolution and counter-revolution, Dr. Peter Chojnowski analyzes developments in the Church, answering questions such as the following:
- Who were some key counter-revolutionary thinkers and statesmen?
- What often undetected revolutions are occurring today?
- Does the current upheaval in the Church which began at Vatican II constitute a revolution?
- Are the changes in the Mass which followed Vatican II a liturgical revolution or a continuous development?
- Who were the key agents of revolution in the Church in the modern era?
- Who were the key counter-revolutionary figures in the period following Vatican II?
This interview provides a necessary understanding of what has happened in the Church since Vatican II.