The Second Vatican Council (Latin: Concilium Oecumenicum Vaticanum Secundum, informally known as Vatican II) formally opened under the pontificate of Pope John XXIII on 11th October 1962 and closed under Pope Paul VI on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1965. This was presented to the public as simply the Catholic Church wishing to “speak more directly to the modern world” and indeed following the council there was an influx of modern changes many of which remain divisive among the Catholic faithful including but not restricted to the widespread use of vernacular languages in the Mass, subtle disuse of ornate clerical regalia, revision of Eucharistic prayers, abbreviation of the liturgical calendar, and modern aesthetic changes encompassing contemporary Catholic liturgical music and artwork. However, this was merely a distraction for the real agenda of the Second Vatican Council was to disconnect the Catholic Church from its steady foundations that manifest as dogma. The consequence is that the least capable, most easily corruptible or outright degenerate are promoted as candidates to qualify for priesthood. The reality is the Catholic Church had been the enemy of the Jew for 2000 years and many Popes will support this fact. Yet in 1938 Marxist infiltration would begin to curb the independence of the Roman Catholic Church and critically support moves made at Vatican II. Indeed a statement from Nostra Aetate (‘In our times’) on the Jews ‘attested’ that Christ, his mother and the apostles were Jews, that the church had its origin in the Old Testament and denied that the Jews may be held collectively responsible for Jesus Christ’s death. This only confirms that the documents of Vatican II are a complete reversal of previous Papal Bulls and is a clear demonstration of a change in leadership.