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U.S. bishops back move against Jesuit


3/26/2005 12:47:00 PM - Chicago Tribune news services


WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Roman Catholic hierarchy's Committee on Doctrine has supported the Vatican's condemnation in February of writings by Rev. Roger Haight, an American Jesuit theologian.


The Vatican ruled that Haight's 1999 book, "Jesus, Symbol of God," contained "serious doctrinal errors regarding certain fundamental truths of faith," and he may not teach Catholic theology unless his views conform to church teaching.


The Vatican had earlier directed Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Mass., to suspend Haight. He is now lecturing at a Protestant school, New York's Union Theological Seminary.


The Vatican said the errors concerned the Trinity, the universal saving value of Jesus' death and his divinity, eternal pre-existence and resurrection from the dead.


The Catholic Theological Society of America's board expressed "profound distress" over Rome's ruling, saying it "gravely threatens" the process of discussion and criticism among theologians.




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