Tag Archives: Fistfuls of Grace

When Prayer can be Itself

When Prayer can be Itself, by Karl Rahner Prayer can be itself only when it is understood as the last moment of speech before the silence, as the act of self-disposal just before the incomprehensibility of God disposes of one, … Continue reading

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A Vision of Holiness

There are times of contemplation that result in visions and erupt in worship. These are the best of times: those unharnessed moments, untamed and fierce – where you hold on to the wave, only to wonder and ponder this Holy … Continue reading

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