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Pope Pius XII sent out the encyclical Deiparæ Virginis Mariæ to all bishops, asking them if they approve of a solemn definition of the Dogma of the Assumption of Our Blessed Virgin Mother, Body and Soul, into Heaven. Almost all bishops approved, as stated in Munificentissimus Deus.

Which bishops opposed the dogmatic definition? What were their reasons?

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Alan Aversa wrote:

Which bishops opposed the dogmatic definition? What were their reasons?


I read somewhere (Fr. Ricossa?) that Roncalli was one of them and the reason was, if memory serves, for ecumenical reasons, that is, not to disturb the protestants and schismatics.

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