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Thomas Steven Molnar

Richmond, Virginia

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Thomas Steven Molnar, 89, died peacefully on July 20, 2010, in Richmond, Va. Dr. Molnar (born Molnar Tamas) was born in Budapest, Hungary, on July 26, 1921, and was the only child of Aranka and Sandor Molnar. Dr. Molnar completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Brussels in Belgium...

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Dr. Molnar was my favorite ISI teacher, and very influential and supportive for me as a new Christian. Hundreds of ISI students owe him a great debt.

The Lord bless you with His peace.

Thank you Dr. Molnar for your classic work, “Utopia: The Perennial Heresy” and your letters to me when I was in college.
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May he rest in peace and may the perpetual light shine upon him. Amen.

I offer the family of Thomas Molnar my sincere condolences on this truly sad occasion. Though he has gone, his words will still resound in his many books and articles. In my view, he was probably the most concise and powerful of all post-war Catholic, anti-Enlightenment thinkers (only his friend Marcel De Corte and Augusto Del Noce rank as high). But his work has sadly been neglected: more than twenty years ago the editor of one of America's premier conservative journals told me that he had...

Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Peace and Love, Rosemarie and Jimmy Iarrobino

My condoleances; from Dr Tom Sunic and Ksenija Sunic.
He was my mentor, a fine man
regards to his wife
Tom
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I am from Romania,the city of Sibiu (Szeben),the european capital of culture in 2007,and I just finished my work master in french translation, dedicated to professor T. Molnar.The world's culture will be poorer without him.He was a great man !

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

One of the greatest joys of my life was getting to know Dr. Molnar. He was a man who possessd the type of independence and integrity that is almost unknown today. Most of what I have learned that is true, no matter how painful, is due to him. Isten veled Tamas. My familes prayers are with him and Ildiko.

Paul Aucoin
Baton Rouge, LA