Mac is having a go at the Stand up 4 Vat 2 crowd, they want every bishop in the country to "celebrate", the Second Oecumenical Council of the Vatican. It opened under Pope John XXIII on 11 October, 1962 and closed under Pope Paul VI on 21 November, 1965, for those of you too young to have been alive during it. As you can see from Mac's post this sad little group seems to have a strange notion of what the Council actually taught.
I am a great believer in getting back to the texts, so getting bishops to face up to what the documents actually said would be a good thing, reading VII in the light of VI, of Trent etc would be nothing but a boon. I presume these people want something to happen two months after the Papal visit; after a good dose Benedict's teaching on the hermeneutic of continuity, on dissent, on Newman and the evils of liberalism. Such a 45th anniversary celebration would be an interesting test for any bishop on how well he had picked up Papal teaching. By that time there should some hint from the talks between Rome and the SSPX on the "correct" interpretation of some of the trickier bits of VII.
I am taken by this idea, I will celebrate a 45th Anniversary Mass, in the Rite of the Council, Missal of Blessed John XXIII, I'll have to think about who will preach. Who wants to be deacon and subdeacon?