|From the "Renewal Begins at Home" Files|
|Written by Sherry|
|Thursday, 21 April 2011 10:30|
From a interesting name-the-author exercise over at The Catholic Key blog which had a lot of us guessing and guessing wrong.
The quote in question:
“If anyone wants to have the Church changed, he must make himself the starting-point of renewal. For the critic himself is part of what the Church is suffering from. For usually his own life is not much of a recommendation for Christianity.”
Fr. Karl Rahner, SJ from Theology for Renewal: Bishops, Priests, Laity. (1964, Sheed and Ward)