40 years after his death, Romano Guardini's influence lives through Pope Benedict
October 02, 2008
"Guardini's books nourished the most lively segment of Catholic thought during the 1900s. And one of his students was special – he's the current pope. When he was a student not much over the age of twenty, Joseph Ratzinger had the chance not only to read, but also to listen in person to the man he chose as his great 'master.'"
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