Is the Pope infallible, or can he be wrong? The question, which has already been answered today, by force of facts, by the first Pope in modern history to publicly acknowledge his errors, cost Hans Küng the dubious honor of becoming the first theologian condemned by John Paul. II. It happened in 1979, a few months after Wojtyla came to the papal throne. He was not the only one: after the Swiss theologian, the sentences came to Leonardo Boff, Bernhard Häring, Jon Sobrino, Edward Schillebeeckx, Jacques Dupuis or the Spanish Marciano Vidal, Juan Masiá or José Antonio Pagola, in a practically endless list.