Before making an introduction in the theological thought of Hans Urs von Balthasar, the author of this study introduces the reader in the personal life of the Swiss theologist, pointing the important moments of his sacerdotal life. The essential elements of Balthasar’s cristology, are described starting from some fundamental notions: the supernatural, the beautiful supernatural, and the kataloghia or the praise of God through humility. In conclusion, the author of the study sustains that the specific of Balthasar’s cristology is the brilliance of the AllBeautiful who, taking body from the womb of Mary, praised his Father through the humility and the kenoze of silence in the Great Friday of the crucified and buried. Thus, corresponding to Balthasar’s theology, Christ is the historical figure of the unseen God, the universal – concrete, the pleroma of the deity that, recapitulating the revelation, plenary and definitively manifests the love of God, therefore, saving or redeeming man. In this Allbeautiful Man, every ideal becomes reality.