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Finding God in All ThingsCelebrating Bernard Lonergan, John Courtney Murray, and Karl Rahner$
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Mark Bosco and David Stagaman

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780823228089

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: March 2011

DOI: 10.5422/fso/9780823228089.001.0001

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14. Postcript: 1904 Was a Wonderful Year

14. Postcript: 1904 Was a Wonderful Year

(p.182) 14. Postcript: 1904 Was a Wonderful Year
Finding God in All Things

David Stagaman

Fordham University Press

This chapter looks back on the history of twentieth-century Catholic theology by situating the work of Bernard Lonergan, John Courtney Murray, and Karl Rahner in the philosophical questions that arise from the father of Transcendental Thomism, Joseph Maréchal. Lonergan, Murray, and Rahner were deeply affected by Maréchal's attempt to place Immanuel Kant and Thomas Aquinas into a fruitful dialogue. The chapter then turns to each of our centenarians, offering an individual sense of the reception of their work by the theological community in the United States in the past century. It ends by noting that the Dominican priest Yves Congar was another important theologian of the year 1904, connecting the theological dots of the twentieth century to make it a very good year.

Keywords:   Bernard Lonergan, John Courtney Murray, Karl Rahner, Joseph Maréchal, Catholic theology, Immanuel Kant, Thomas Aquinas, Yves Congar, United States

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