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Küng believed priests should be allowed to marry and that popes should be elected not by a secret vote of the College of Cardinals but by ordinary priests and church members.
Küng, an ordained priest who worked primarily as a scholar and writer, was regarded by admirers and detractors alike as one of the most important Catholic thinkers of the past century.
Küng served as a priest in Switzerland in the late 1950s before beginning his academic career.
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By now I'm so overwrought with chi's and fu's and kong's and kung's that my eyes have about crossed.
Kung fu is not the name of a martial-arts form; it means 'something with diligent applications.'
The Kung also introduced a law forbidding domestic abuse, a huge issue for women worldwide.
Boxers tell the tale of Little Bao, a peasant boy who learns kung fu and joins the Boxer Rebellion.Exclusive: The National Book Awards Longlist for Young People’s Literature|The Daily Beast|September 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We rode slowly up to the Kore-la, left our old road to the right, and camped at Kung-muga.
The water (of the lake Kung-sheng) flows westwards for more than 50 li, and forms another lake, 80 li wide, and without an outlet.
Tzu-kung said, The Master gets it by his warmth and honesty, by politeness, modesty and yielding.
Tzu-ch'in said to Tzu-kung, When he comes to a country the Master always hears how it is governed; does he ask, or is it told him?
Tzu-kung said, If I had here a fair piece of jade, should I hide it away in a case, or seek a good price and sell it?