Loading...
Loading...
Click here if you don’t see subscription options
Avery DullesOctober 07, 2012

Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J. (1918-2008), whose biography is reviewed in the Nov. 29 issue, wrote for America for over 40 years. Many of his articles were drawn from his Laurence J. McGinley lectures, which he delivered twice yearly at Fordham University since 1988. Below is a selection of articles Cardinal Dulles has written for America over the years, including a few of his McGinley lectures.

"Clarifying the Council," Letter, October 1, 2007

"What Distinguishes the Jesuits?" January 15, 2007

"The Theologian: A Reflection on the Life of John Paul II," April 18, 2005

"Rights of Accused Priests," June 21, 2004

"A Eucharistic Church," December 20, 2004

"Vatican II: Myth and Reality," February 24, 2003

"An Interview with Avery Dulles," James Martin, S.J., March 5, 2001

"Henri DeLubac: In Appreciation," Sept. 28, 1991

"Leonard Feeney: In Memoriam," February 25, 1978

"Infallibility Revisited," August 4, 1973

"Loyalty and Dissent: After Vatican II," June 27, 1970

"Karl Rahner on ’Humane Vitae,’" September 28, 1968

"Faith and Doubt," March 11, 1967

Comments are automatically closed two weeks after an article's initial publication. See our comments policy for more.

The latest from america

The author, his father and his infant son outdoors in front of a tree.
Our shared name is a constant reminder that the work I do today is not on behalf of some shapeless ideal of a better world, but for the world that my children will grow up in.
John DoughertyMay 19, 2022
A black-and-white photo of Msgr. Nelson Baker wearing a biretta.
When it comes to abortion debates, we need fewer polemics and much more compassion, especially of the kind Venerable Nelson Baker put into action.
Matt Malone, S.J.May 19, 2022
Loyola Montreal will begin accepting female students in 2023 (photo courtesy of Loyola Montreal)
“To open the doors to a Jesuit Catholic school for as many students as we can in the Montreal area is really important to us.”
Sarah VincentMay 19, 2022
Catholic health care ministries are at odds with the American Civil Liberties Union on many issues. But are there areas where the two can agree—or collaborate?