Raymond Léopold Bruckberger

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Raymond Léopold Bruckberger (Murat, 10 April 1907 – Fribourg, 4 January 1998), was a French Dominican priest, Résistance member, writer, translator, screenwriter and director of Austrian heritage.

He was elected member of the Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques in 1985.

Publications[edit]

  • The blind clairvoyant with etchings of Elie Grekoff, Cluny, 1948.
  • Cossacks and the Holy Spirit, La Jeune Parque, 1951.
  • Marie-Madeleine, La Jeune Parque, 1953, Albin Michel, 1975.
  • Essay on the American Republic, Gallimard, 1958.
  • We n 'go down to the woods, Amiot-Dumont, 1958.
  • The Story of Jesus Christ, Grasset and Fasquelle, 1965.
  • Spells Mexican SEDIMO, 1966.
  • The world upside down. For what I saw, Editions du Cerf, 1971.
  • God and Politics, Plon, 1971.
  • Saint Francis and the Wolf, GP Editions, 1971
  • Open Letter to Jesus Christ, Albin Michel, 1973.
  • Puss in Boots and Coat bishop, Plon, 1973.
  • Critical review, Minuit, 1976.
  • The Donkey and the Ox, Plon, 1976.
  • The whole Church clamor, Flammarion. 1977 (weekly column Thursday in L'Aurore in 1976 and 1977, and a few articles published in Le Journal du Dimanche .
  • You'll end up on the scaffold, Flammarion, 1978.
  • The Gospel new translation. Followed by: Simone Fabien, his faithful collaborator: Comments for the present time, Albin Michel, 1976 Price Chateaubriand .
  • Letter to John Paul II, Pope of 2000, stock, 1979.
  • The Bachaga, Flammarion, 1980.
  • I believe, Grasset, 1981.
  • The Revelation of Jesus Christ, Grasset and Fasquelle, 1983.
  • Open letter to those who have difficulty in France, Albin Michel, 1984.
  • Capitalism, but that's life! Plon, 1984.
  • Yes to the death penalty, Plon, 1985.
  • Bruck father the devil, Plon, 1986.
  • Bernanos alive, Albin Michel, 1988.
  • At a time when the shadows lengthen, Albin Michel, 1989.
  • Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, Albin Michel, 1991.

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