‘When functions are all that exist,’ said Father Joseph Ratzinger in 1973, ‘man, too, is nothing more than a function.’
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BOOK PICK: ‘On Love’ highlights how Pope Benedict XVI consistently brought God’s word to his flock in a thoughtful way.
Joseph Ratzinger’s homilies highlight that only the eternal can always be relevant.
COMMENTARY: Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger discussed the matter in a 1986 text that is being widely circulated in these days.
During doctoral studies in Germany, he was formed by influential philosophers and theologians Josef Pieper, Father Bernard Lonergan and Father Josef Ratzinger.
During two semesters at the Patristic Institute Augustinianum in Rome, the program teaches in eight parts the works and spirituality of the pope emeritus .