Father Hough dissects the unfolding truth of Lumen Gentium, the first of the 16 documents from this historic Council. As Fr. Hough explains, the truths of the Catholic Faith reaffirmed and articulated anew in Vatican II are there, not only for the world’s 1.4 billion Catholics, but also the millions of non-Catholic Christians and non-believers.
Throughout his book Fr. Hough both dispels misconceptions about what Vatican II really taught, while also, with humility and charity, highlighting common misunderstandings of Catholic doctrine by Protestants. Catholic and Protestants alike will find That They All May Be One, highly illuminating, spiritually comforting, and indeed compelling.
Prior to being named Vicar for Clergy and Vicar General of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, Father Charles Hough III served as the first Parochial Administrator for St. John Vianney from 2012 to 2013 and during this time also assisted at the parish of St. Frances Cabrini in Granbury.
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