Reinstate Kung, colleagues ask

March 1996
National Catholic Reporter;3/1/96, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p11
Reports that Father Hans Kung's university colleagues have asked church officials to reinstate him as a Catholic theologian, making it a gift for his retirement. Controversies on the type of teaching of Kung; Future plans of Kung.


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