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Romano Guardini (1885-1968), an Italian-born German priest and theologian, was an influential writer whose efforts to relate the Christian message to a modern audience helped prepare the way for Vatican II. According to Karl Rahner, Guardini was a Renaissance man who led Catholics ""out of an intellectual and cultural ghetto and into the contemporary age."" His Christian humanist vision--at once deeply traditional and finely attuned to the questions of men and women today--deserves the attention of a new generation.
Robert A. Krieg is Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and author of Romano Guardini: A Precursor of Vatican II and editor of Romano Guardini: Proclaiming the Sacred in a Modern World.