Thursday, January 8

May His Soul Rest in Peace

From Catholic Culture:

News Briefs


JANUARY 08, 2009

Father Richard John Neuhaus, the founder of First Things magazine, essayist and commentator, and author of numerous important works including The Naked Public Square and The Catholic Moment, died Thursday morning, January 8, at the age of 72. Father Neuhaus, a Lutheran cleric who entered the Catholic Church and became a priest of the New York archdiocese, was an adviser to prelates and presidents and spiritual mentor to a wide circle of friends, an enormously influential figure in discussions of Church-state affairs, and a key leader in Catholic-Evangelical dialogue. He died from complications of cancer.

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(Updates will be at the Catholic Culture site, which is linked at the top of this post.  More is here, too.  And don't forget First Things, Father Neuhaus' magazine.)

Eternal rest, grant unto him O, Lord.  

May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed
through the mercy of God rest in peace.  Amen.

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