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  • Please make these great Catholic Theologians available on Verbum.

    Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, Verbum cited in 113 results in 69 articles in 31 resources
    He produced 28 books and hundreds of articles.
    Yet there are NONE available in the Verbum Catalog.

    was a French Catholic theologian. He has been noted as a leading neo-Thomist of the 20th century, along with Jacobus Ramírez, Édouard Hugon, and Martin Grabmann.[1] He taught at the Dominican Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, the Angelicum, in Rome from 1909 to 1960. Here he wrote his magnum opus, The Three Ages of the Interior Life (Les Trois Ages de la Vie Interieure) in 1938.

    In 1918 Garrigou initiated courses in sacred art, mysticism, and aesthetics at the Angelicum[2] influencing future liturgical artists such as Marie Alain Couturier, who studied theology there from 1930 to 1932.[3]

    The Osservatore Romano, Dec. 9-10, 1950, lists Garrigou-Lagrange among the names of the preparatory commission for the definition of the Assumption of Mary.

    Louis Bouyer 381 results in 113 articles in 64 resources
    None of his Books are available in Logos Verbum, only two articles/essays:
    “The Word of God Lives in the Liturgy”
    “The Two Economies of Divine Government: Satan and Christ in the New Testament and Early Christian Tradition”

    Born into a Protestant family in Paris, Louis Bouyer, after a receiving a degree from the Sorbonne, studied theology with the Protestant faculties of Paris and then Strasbourg. He was ordained a Lutheran minister in 1936 and served as vicar of the Lutheran parish of the Trinity in Paris until World War II. In 1939, the study of the Christology and ecclesiology of St. Athanasius of Alexandria led Bouyer to the Catholic Church.

    Received into the Catholic Church in the Abbey of Saint-Wandrille (Seine-Maritime) in 1944, he entered the congregation of the priests of the Oratory, and remained with them the rest of his life. He was a professor at the Catholic Institute of Paris until 1963 and then taught in England, Spain, and the United States. In 1969 he wrote the book The Decomposition of Catholicism, which presented what he saw as important liturgical and dogmatic problems in the Church.

    Twice appointed by the pope to the International Theological Commission, he was a consultant at the Second Vatican Council for the liturgy, the Congregation of Sacred Rites and Secretariat for Christian Unity. In 1999 he received the Cardinal-Grente prize of the French Academy for all his work.

    Please email me in this regard, if you would.
    Pax Christi

    • David, great suggestions for additions to the Verbum library! Thanks for including the background info. Getting the rights for older works can sometimes be a challenge. I’ll look into these and see what we might be able to do.

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