Yves Congar, My Journal of the Council, Part XVI

“In the afternoon, a good visit from Fr. de Lubac. He told me that last week’s L’Espresso spoke of one school (Lubac, Congar, Chenu) against the Ottaviani-Parente school . . . He also told me that he had heard that, during a lecture, Piolanti had said that some people had been invited to the Council so that they would not do what Döllinger did in 1870; peeved at not having been invited to the Council he caused a schism. They had been invited in order to keep them in the Church.”

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