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Karl Rahner

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When man is with God in awe and love, then he is praying.

— Karl Rahner

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In the days ahead, you will either be a mystic (one who has experienced God for real) or nothing at all.

— Karl Rahner

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Meditating on the nature and dignity of prayer can cause saying at least one thing to God: Lord, teach us to pray!

— Karl Rahner

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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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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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Grace can and does have a history.

— Karl Rahner

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Grace is everywhere as an active orientation of all created reality toward God.

— Karl Rahner

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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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Revised edition by J.  211). This means that in spite of their differences there is "an inner similarity and commonality" among things which forms a single world.

Karl Rahner SJ (March 5 1904 – March 30 1984) was a German Jesuit and theologian who alongside Henri de Lubac Hans Urs von Balthasar and Yves Congar is considered one of the most influential Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century. Before the Second Vatican Council Rahner had worked alongside Yves Congar Henri de Lubac and Marie-Dominique Chenu theologians associated with an emerging school of thought called the Nouvelle Théologie elements of which had been condemned in the encyclical Humani Generis of Pope Pius XII.

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