Karl Rahner Quotes

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"In the torment of the insufficiency of everything attainable we eventually learn that here, in this life, all symphonies remain unfinished" Karl Rahner
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Life    Quote of the Day   

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"The Christian of the future will be a mystic or he will not exist at all." Karl Rahner
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Future    German Theologian   

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"What Christ gives us is quite explicit if his own words are interpreted according to their Aramaic meaning. The expression 'This is my Body' means this is myself." Karl Rahner
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Expression    German Theologian   

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"emptiness is only a disguise for an intimacy of God's, that God's silence, the eerie stillness, is filled by the Word without words, by Him who is above all names, by Him who is all in all. And his silence is telling us that He is here." Karl Rahner
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"Every year we celebrate the holy season of Advent, O God. Every year we pray those beautiful prayers of longing and waiting, and sing those lovely songs of hope and promise." Karl Rahner
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German Theologian    God   

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"Grace is everywhere as an active orientation of all created reality toward God." Karl Rahner
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German Theologian    God   

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"How often I have found that we grow to maturity not by doing what we like, but by doing what we should. How true it is that not every 'should' is a compulsion, and not every 'like' is a high morality and true freedom." Karl Rahner
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German Theologian    Maturity   

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"Grace can and does have a history." Karl Rahner
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