Until 1966, Catholics had been anti-modernism and had been skeptical of modern rationality. The Catholic Church had a rigorous clear-cut world view. With the changes of Vatican II (1962-1966) some feel that the Church has abandoned unchanging truths. There was a reaction to the English liturgy, the changes in the church, and the attacks on the absolute authority of the Pope. The sinfulness of man needed the episcopal authority to direct them. God is a God of judgment, not a God of mercy. Catholic fundamentalists are selective, with not much about the Trinity, but lots about the Latin Mass, female and married priests, and artificial birth control.