Henri de Lubac, SJ, was one of the most influential and prolific Catholic theologians of the twentieth century. Robin Darling Young (“An Imagined Unity,” September 14) catches some of the richness and the magnanimity of the man, but on the whole, her article tends more toward indictment than approbation.
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