The theological and cultural vigor of these seven French Dominicans—Sertillanges, Chenu, Congar, Lebret, Loew, Liégé, and Couturier—eventually influenced the entire church through the breakthrough of Vatican II. They read the signs of the times and saw what the Holy Spirit was doing in a changing world. The Catholic Church is more alive because of them.
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