Fr. Josef Neuner, age 101 dies on the feast of Xavier

The  extraordinary life of Fr. Josef Neuner, age 101,  ended, fittingly,  on the Feast of St. Francis Xavier:  theologian, missionary to India, theology professor,  spiritual guide for Blessed Mother Teresa,  expert at the Second Vatican Council,  collaborator with Fr. Rahner,  etc.

           See more about his life and work - http://www.ucanews.com/2009/12/04/vatican-council-expert-dies-at-101/

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