It is sometimes claimed that the saints were saints of the old rites and pre-Vatican II times. These here below are the saints of Vatican II and post Vatican II times. The same person made them saints – Christ. There is no separation of holiness after Vatican II.
Pope John Paul II “It is difficult to say something new about the Second Vatican Council. At the same time, we must always refer back to the Council, which is a duty and a challenge for the Church and for the world. We feel the need to speak about the Council in order to interpret it correctly and defend it from tendentious interpretations” Crossing the Threshold of Hope
Vatican II encouraged us to see Christ in our brothers and sisters especially the neglected.
“The tensions that developed after the Council are not surprising to those who know the whole history of the Church. It is a historical fact that whenever there is an outpouring of the Holy Spirit as in a general council of the Church, there is always an extra show of force by the anti-Spirit or the demonic. Even at the beginning, immediately after Pentecost and the descent of the Spirit upon the apostles, there began a persecution and the murder of Stephen. If a general council did not provoke the spirit of turbulence, one might almost doubt the operation of the third Person of the Trinity over the assembly.” Treasure in Clay by Bishop Sheen. (https://www.catholic.com/qa/did-fulton-sheen-support-vatican-ii)
“[The Council] has invested its teachings with the authority of the supreme ordinary magisterium, which ordinary magisterium is so obviously authentic that it must be accepted with docility and sincerity by all the faithful, according to the mind of the Council as expressed in the nature and aims of the individual documents.” — St. Paul VI
Born and raised in Post-Vatican II theology (not as if that does not include Pre-Vatican II theology) and the a Post-Vatican II world. He was a devote Catholic and spread the faith online creating a website that defending Eucharistic miracles.