Seeing his theological work as integrally linked to the Church and pastoral care, M. constantly engaged in public debate with other Christians, the professions (particularly medicine), the disabled, and, for a time, with Marxists. Published in a time of expectation and uncertainty - Vatican II, U.S. civil rights struggles, the war in Vietnam, etc. - the book captured the imaginations of theologians and laity, Christians and non-Christians.
A BROAD PLACE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY Anthony Egan Theological Studies; Mar 2009; 70, 1; Docstoc pg. 217 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner
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