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March 22nd, 2023 | 8 min read

By Christopher Myers

Though lesser known than some of the luminaries of 20th century Catholic thought, like Balthasar, de Lubac, and Ratzinger, Dietrich von Hildebrand’s life and work are no less worthy of our attention. He was not only a remarkable thinker, but also a remarkable man, who so decried Hitler and the evils of Nazism that in 1933 he was forced to flee Germany to Austria.[1]

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