Hans Küng at the German Protestant Church Congress, Duesseldorf, Germany, Sept. 6, 1985 (INTERFOTO / Alamy Stock Photo)
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Roger Haight, S.J.
Hans Küng was first in flair and media savviness among 20th-century theologians.
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Robert Ellsberg
Even as a child she sensed that Africa was her destiny, the roots of her mission vocation found in a fourth-grade geography textbook that pictured giraffes loping across the plain
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Joseph McAuley
Rev. Enda McDonagh served the Irish church as a compassionate priest and renowned theologian. He died on Feb. 24.
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Hank Aaron, who endured racist threats with stoic dignity during his pursuit of Babe Ruth’s home run record and gracefully left his mark as one of baseball’s greatest all-around players, died Friday.
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James F. Keenan
Reggie Foster taught generations of students in Rome, keeping Latin alive and living a colorful, inspiring life.
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James T. Keane
John le Carré, who died earlier in December, was a wildly popular spy novelist—and one of the English world’s finest fiction writers of the last half-century.