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osteochondritis dissecans

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On August 15, 1978, he was ordained a priest at the Opus Dei Prelature by Cardinal Franz Konig, Archbishop Emeritus of Vienna, at the Shrine of Torreciudad, Spain.
Dupuis," by Cardinal Franz Konig, retired archbishop of Vienna, a prominent personality at the Second Vatican Council (1962-65).
Aunque el Cardenal Franz Konig figura como el autor del libro, de hecho se trata de un libro postumo editado por Christa Pontgratz-Lippitt un ano despues del fallecimiento del Cardenal.
Twenty scholarly essays were preceded by a brief "Zum Geleit" by Cardinal Franz Konig and a substantial "The Remembering of Text and Tradition," in which Francis D'Sa reflected on the hermeneutics of encounter of Oberhammer, "who though an Indologist by profession is a philosopher by temperament and a theologian by inclination" (p.
Late on the second day of the conclave, the archbishop of Vienna, Cardinal Franz Konig, suggested Cardinal Wojtyla as a compromise candidate.
Cardinal Franz Konig (1905-2004) observes that Rahner was introduced in the 1920s to new theological "starting points and beginnings" by Romano Guardini (d.
EL CARDENAL ARZOBISPO DE VIENA, FRANZ KONIG, LO CONFRONTO.
Cardinal Franz Konig, "How Vatican II Changed the Church: It Must Be the Holy Spirit," The Tablet (London), December 21, 2002.
And so the giants of the council--Cardinals Leo Josef Suenens, Julius Dopfner, Josef Frings, Bernard Alfrink, Franz Konig, Augustin Bea, and the Melkite Patriarch Maximos IV--started leaking their speeches to the press.
Subio al trono de San Pedro gracias a la tenaz promocion politica que hicieron en su favor dos influyentes cardenales: Alosio Lorscheider y Franz KOnig.
He was considered the informal leader of a liberal wing of the College of Cardinals during the early John Paul years, joined by like-minded figures such as Franz Konig in Vienna; Basil Hume in Westminster, England; Godfried Danneels in Brussels; Joseph Bernardin in Chicago; and Aloisio Lorscheider and Paulo Arns in Brazil, all of whom saw themselves as carriers of the council's legacy.