Ladislas is internationally respected for his theological and intellectual versatility, a scholar whose work is distinguished by his probing and nuanced approach to complex issues. With his unswerving dedication to the pilgrim church, he is steeped in its authentic and living traditions and is keenly sensitive of the vital norm that the church is ever-needful of change and reform.
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By Yves Congar Book SALE- Save €40.00 Theologian Yves Congar op, silenced and exiled in 1955, was in 1960 made a theological advisor to the preparatory commission for Vatican II. His daily journal provides a window into the Council’s workings...
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