One Council, two interpretations
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 @ 00:30
The Vatican will not allow Hans Küng to teach Roman Catholic
theology, but that does not stop him talking tough about Vatican II
and his old friend, the Pope. He talks to Andrew
PROFESSOR Hans Küng is one of the only two surviving
theological advisers to the Second Vatican Council, launched 50
years ago this month. The other is Josef Ratzinger. These two men
have since taken different paths: one is Pope Benedict XVI, the
other is among the Pope's most strident critics.
Both, however, are great lovers of music, and it was music that
brought Professor Küng to London on 7 October. He came to hear a
new work, Weltethos ("World Ethics"), by the ...
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