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Bernard Wall
Bernard Wall (1908-1974) was an English author, publisher, and translator. He was educated at the English Jesuit College, Stonyhurst, at Oxford University and at Fribourg University in Switzerland. Wall was very active in the Catholic intellectual movement for many years along with his wife Barbara, a novelist writing under her maiden name, Barbara Lucas. Bernard Wall founded the publications Colosseum and Changing World, and he wrote a regular column in The Catholic Herald. His books include Spain of the Spaniards (1937), European Notebook (1939), These Changing Years (1947) and his autobiography, Headlong into Change (1969).

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Reflections on the Numinous and our PredicamentWall, Bernard Vol. 8, No. 4. ( Autumn, 1974) Christianity
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