He was the first to translate Meister Eckhart into English from the critical German editions along with a commentary on his work and helped to launch the Hildegard of Bingen revival.
They were each others' hero.
Writing in The New York Times, Molly O'Neill says that the Vatican was presented with a request on the part of the Dominicans that the theologian be dismissed.
In his theses, Fox called for a new reformation in Western Christianity.
At the time of the incident, he was a supervisor for the Major Crimes Unit, which is in charge of evidence collection and crime scene investigations.
His book on the mysticism of Thomas Aquinas translates many of his works that have never before been translated into English, German or French.