We’re happy to welcome back Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, the Pastor of St. Vincent’s in Kansas City, and the author of One Hundred Years of Modernism, to discuss the New Theology that gripped the Church in the mid-1900’s. We’ll look at this theology’s champion, Henri De Lubac, and the outsized influence he played in moving the hierarchy to accept radical new teachings on the even of the Second Vatican Council. If you’re listening on the podcast, this episode is one best viewed on YouTube, as the corresponding text will be very helpful in your understanding.
Fr. Bourmaud is the Pastor of St. Vincent’s in Kansas City: https://www.stvincentkc.org/
and the author of 100 Years of Modernism: https://angeluspress.org/products/ebooks-modernism
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