an overview of the
Sämtliche Werke as of early 2009 by Andreas R. Batlogg and Albert
Raffelt, see the essay entitled “Ein Lebenswerk erschlossen : Zum Stand der Edition
sämtlicher Werke Karl Rahners.”
Dr. Albert Raffelt at the
University of Freiburg has put together an invaluable web page with
information about Rahner, his works and secondary literature about them.
under the direction of Pater Dr. Andreas R. Batlogg SJ,
is dedicated to preserving Rahner's literary legacy.
Father Thomas F. O'Meara, OP, the William K. Warren Professor of Theology
Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, will give give this year's
Lecture under the auspices of the KR Archiv. Entitled "The
American Rahner: The Influence of a German Theologian on US Catholicism,"
the lecture will take place on Friday, May 13, 2011.
Abstracts of Karl
Rahner's Unserialized Essays, by Daniel Pekarske, SDS.
Marquette Studies in Theology, no. 60. This new volume includes
abstracts of essays published in English (apart from the Theological
Investigations and Rahner's dictionary and encyclopedia articles).
The new volume follows Pekarske's
Abstracts of Rahner’s Theological
Rahner's Spirit in
the World & Hearer of the Word are now available on computer
disks for $10 from Marquette University Press. Follow this
link to the MU
Press page for further information.
The complete text of Rahner’s
23-volume Theological Investigations is now available in PDF format,
published to mark Rahner’s centenary in 2004. The publisher is Mary
Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland, and you can purchase it for
£60.00 at "The Way -- Ignatian Book Service" in Oxford, England.
At "The Way," search for "Theological Investigations."
Dr. Mark F. Fischer at St. John's Seminary in
Camarillo, CA has written a paraphrase of Rahner's
Foundations of Christian Faith. His web site also includes an
index to the book and materials for teaching Rahner's theology.
Sermons, Prayers, and
Annemarie S. Kidder has just published a collection of Rahner's sermons,
prayers, and essays that she translated and edited. The Mystical
Way in Everyday Life,
published by Orbis Press, has a Foreword by Karl Cardinal Lehmann, as well as
an introduction by Kidder herself. Kidder is also the author of
Making Confession, Hearing Confession: A History of the Cure of Souls,
which has a chapter on Karl Rahner
(Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2010).