If anyone you know is not familiar with Perpetual Adoration, send them here:
I don't know for sure why Boston dropped Perpetual Adoration back in 1969. But it couldn't be just a coincidence that 1969 was in the middle of the U.S. and worldwide liberals' phony "spirit of Vatican II" hijacking of the true intent of the Second Vatican Council.
So it shouldn't need to be said, but I guess one of the things we have to tell Catholic liberals is that, no, the Vatican II Council Fathers did not say to stop Perpetual Adoration.
And if you're like me, you probably have your own list of things that Vatican II did not say. I'd love to hear from you about that.
Here are a couple: As we know, Vatican II did not say to exchange the Tridentine Latin Mass for the vernacular or to turn the altar and the priest around. Nor did Vatican II say to drop catechetics in favor of liberal lies and dumbing-down.
You can read here about some relevant facts that Fr. Joseph Fessio related:
Okay, your turn, now. What else did Vatican II not say?