15 April 2021, The Tablet

Hans Küng: A good Catholic in his own way


Hans Küng: A good Catholic in his own way

Hans Küng
Richard Willson

 

In a celebrity-obsessed world, Hans Küng held the rather niche role of a celebrity theologian. For many liberal Catholics he was the go-to person on such issues as clerical celibacy – he was against it, and the ordination of women – he was for it.

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User Comments (1)

Comment by: Keith Carlon
Posted: 16/04/2021 11:21:40
Michael Walsh has made the mistake that many do of identifying a person's place of work with his nationality. Edward Schillebbeckx worked for many years at Nijmegen (NL) but was born and always remained Belgian, ethnically Flemish (a Dutch-speaking Belgian).