to quote General Macarthur on his ejection from the Philippines.
Above is a picture of Father Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange OP lecturing at the Angelicum in Rome. There are only two twentieth century theologians, Fr Garrigou-Lagrange and all the other theologians. By the time of the Second Vatican Council, he was too infirm to participate. His most famous pupil, on whose doctoral thesis he had written, "writes much, says very little" was there, opposing the condemnation of Communism in Gaudiem et Spes. Karol Wojtyla was his name. The Poles in exile took a rather different attitude.
The day of liberation for the Latin Mass is at hand. But then the contest begins.
And Romano Amerio seems to have been rehabilitated before the great Dominican. But among the greats, there is no rivalry.