Hans Kueng, Dissident Catholic Theologian, Dies at 93

Geir Moulson of the Associated Press reports, “Hans Kueng, a Roman Catholic theologian who was an early colleague and friend of the future Pope Benedict XVI but later fell foul of the Vatican for challenging church doctrine and became a vocal critic of the pontiff, has died. He was 93.” Keung played an integral role in the liberal-Catholic movement despite being stripped of his right to teach Catholic theology by the Vatican. His most vocal criticisms of church doctrine centered around birth control and abortions, as well as the Vatican’s lack of outreach to other denominations and religions.

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