Thanks for those links Francis.
In one of the articles, Chad, it seems that he preffers the name Dr. Kung now.
It would seem to me based on the articles I read that Kung represents a very large disaffected catholic population from the 60, 70, and 80s, but that is about it. Most of the children born to those generations had the integrity to leave the church. Those that remain are usually orthodox.
When that cohort dies away, the church will be much smaller, but hopefully, there will be an end to this Catholic civil war, that Kung seems to be a standard bearer for.
The friend I have who has begun to read his books is of that generation. I am from the next. I find it sad that my generation has been given the task to preach to a cynical older generation, bent on contraception, married priests, women priests, etc… Seems this civil war has everything to do with the sexual revolution and progressice liberal tendencies within America.