The Holy Father seems to be the very personification of the Second Vatican Council, with its multitudinous ambiguities in which the Church’s traditional understanding or practice is affirmed in one place, only, in another place, to be immediately contradicted or neutralised by the alternatives being permitted. - Fr. Linus Clovis
This is not true.
The ambiguities are there ONLY when an irrational premise and conclusion is employed.
When hypothetical cases are interpreted as being objectively known in the present times,the conclusion has to be non traditional.This is what has happened with Vatican Council II.
I can affirm the Council with no ambiguities.I avoid the irrationality.-Lionel Andrades