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For American Catholics both before and after the Second Vatican Council, Romano Guardini was best known for his writings on the liturgy and his profound meditation on the life and person of Jesus Christ, The Lord. In Europe, though, Guardini was well-recognized as an influential spiritual, intellectual, and cultural guide, who offered a clear and insightful vision of both the church and the world. In The Essential Guardini, Heinz R. Kuehn assembles an impressive collection of excerpts and documents that seek to reflect the full range of Romano Guardini’s intellectual thought and influence. Introducing the anthology, Kuehn describes his first personal encounter with Guardini in vivid detail, offering remarkable insight into the life of this priest, teacher, author, and scholar.

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Book Details

  • Product Code: EGUARD 
  • ISBN:  978-1-56854-133-4
  • Pages: 192 
  • Edited by Heinz R. Kuehn
  • Size: 6 x 9
  • Binding: Paperback 
  • Language: English
  • Copyright Year: 1997
  • 2 Pieces Per Package

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