Democratic Bishops for the Roman Catholic Church

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Democratic Bishops for the Roman Catholic Church

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The two most famous living Catholic theologians, Professor Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) and Professor Hans Küng, were colleagues both at Vatican Council II (1962-65) and on the Catholic Theology Faculty of the University of Tübingen, Germany (1964-70). Both Professors Ratzinger and Küng, along with their ten colleagues, signed the introductory essay of a special issue (1969) of the Tübingen Theologische Quartalschrift, the print organ of the Catholic Theology Faculty of the University of Tübingen, which advocated 1) the election of bishops by their constituents, and 2) limited term of office of bishops.

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