Traditionalist Catholicism

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Traditionalist Catholicism is a religious movement that has been in existence since the Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican in 1962. Traditionalist Catholics reject the changes made in the Church by Vatican II and support a return to pre-Vatican II liturgy and/or theology.

Some traditionalist Catholics reject the papal successions since either 1958 or 1962.