The story of Pope John Paul II’s reverence for the great theologian Henri de Lubac tells us a lot about the state of Catholic theology today and where we are in terms of many arguments going on in the Church. It also sheds light on the theological path that I’ve tried to walk with my work.
Bishop Barron on His Theological Path
by Bishop Robert BarronOctober 3, 2019
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