Remembering Karl Rahner

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March 30-April 6 Podcast

Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., a former student of Karl Rahner, remembers the great Jesuit theologian and offers five questions to guide the reading of his work.
Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., a former student of Karl Rahner, remembers the great Jesuit theologian and offers five questions to guide the reading of his work. Father O'Donovan also shares personal memories of Rahner, a man who had little time for small talk but who enjoyed riding in fast cars and ordering dessert for dinner.

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