“‘Vatican II canonised Cardijn,’ I remember late Melbourne Archbishop Frank Little saying as he regaled us with his story of meeting the YCW founder while studying in Rome,” writes Stefan Gigacz at CathNews.
What’s more there was a whole generation of Australian bishops and
priests, who told similar stories, starting with his predecessor Archbishop Justin Simonds, and including Brisbane Archbishop Frank Rush, Adelaide’s James Gleeson, Perth’s Redmond Prindiville and many others.
Archbishop Little’s message stayed with me, and was later reinforced by a biography of Cardijn
by his co-workers, Marguerite Fievez and Jacques Meert, that detailed
his role at the Council in promoting the specific task of the laity as
the building up of the world.
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The Saint of Vatican II (CathNews Blog)