What did Rahner mean when he wrote that the Christian of the future will either be a "mystic" or will cease to be anything at all? Here is a reflection on these well-known words.
A reflection on why Augustine's most well-known statement is one of my favorite quotes, and what it has taught me about myself and God.
A poem by George Herbert (and a favorite quote by Philip Melanchthon) as we prepare for Holy Trinity Sunday.
"Christians live in the world, yet are not of the world." - Letter to Diognetus
The Long Loneliness | Dorothy Day
Of what help is it to you that God is God, if he is not God to you? - Martin Luther
"Grant that nothing in the world might be as important to me as you are." - A Prayer of Thomas à Kempis
"Courage is fear that has said its prayers." - Karle Wilson Baker
To live in the light of the resurrection – that is what Easter means. - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
God has died in the flesh and hell trembles with fear. - From an ancient homily for Holy Saturday