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The Karl Rahner Society was founded in 1991 by American scholars to promote:
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study of Karl Rahner's writings;
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publication of critical editions of his works in English;
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reflection on his thought and on works which carry forward the spirit of Rahner's enterprise, especially in the fields of theology and philosophy;
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collaboration with other scholarly groups concerned with his work.
In this way, the Society hopes to make a contribution to the ongoing reception and assessment of Karl Rahner in Church and society.

Please consult the Society's Constitution and Rules for Membership

For applications to join the Society and for questions about membership, please contact Dr. Heidi Russell
The KRS meets once a year in conjunction with the convention of The Catholic Theological Society of America.
Since 1991 the Society has sponsored many of the "Rahner Papers" in a special issue of Philosophy and Theology: Marquette University Journal.  For a list of previously-published papers, click here.  For information about how to submit an essay for publication, see the style sheet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The KRS Steering Committee:
Dr. Heidi Russell [2010-2013], Coordinator
Institute of Pastoral Studies
Loyola University
820 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL  60611

 
 
Rev. Melvin Michalski [2010-2013]

Sacred Heart School of Theology\

7335 S. Hwy 100

P.O. Box 429

Hales Corners, WI  53130-0429

 

Dr. Richard Penaskovic, Ex-officio member, Editor of the "Rahner Papers" for Philosophy & Theology

Program Director

Department of Philosophy

6080 Haley Center

Auburn University, AL

36849-5210

 

Dr. Paulette Skiba, BVM
[2012-2015]
Religious Studies Dept.
Clarke College
1550 Clarke Dr.
Dubuque, IA 52001

 
 
Dr. Mark F. Fischer, Ex-officio member, Webmaster of the Karl Rahner Society
St. John's Seminary
5012 Seminary Road
Camarillo, CA  93012
 
Dr. Peter J. Fritz [2012-2015]
College of the Holy Cross        1 College Street, Worcester, MA 01610