Carroll Stuhlmueller, Biblical Scholar, Dies
Fr. Carroll Stuhlmueller, an internationally famed biblical scholar, died Feb. 21 in Chicago after suffering a massive stroke. He was 70 years old.
Stuhlmueller was a professor of Old Testament studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, the largest Catholic graduate school of theology in the country.
A member of the Passionist Congregation since 1943, Stuhlmueller was a leading figure in many Catholic church movements spurred by the Second Vatican. Council. He was the only male member of the steering committee of the Women's Ordination Conference. He was a also a member of the Roman Catholic/Southern Baptist Scholars Dialogue.
He was a consultant to …
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Publication information: Article title: Carroll Stuhlmueller, Biblical Scholar, Dies. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: National Catholic Reporter. Volume: 30. Issue: 19 Publication date: March 11, 1994. Page number: 14. © 2009 National Catholic Reporter. COPYRIGHT 1994 Gale Group.
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