Roger Haight, S.J., visiting professor at Union Theological Seminary and author of a three-volume work on ecclesiology, Christian Community in History, discusses the extraordinary flowering of Catholic Theology since Vatican II. Among the figures he reflects upon are Karl Rahner, Johannes B. Metz and Elizabeth Johnson. According to Fr. Haight, the "expanded territory covered by the theologians of our era bears comparison to the transition from the monastery to the university in the high middle ages." Fr. Haight's article on Catholic theology since Vatican II from the March 17 issue of America is available here.