16 April 2011
New Lutheran Quote of the Day
If one asks for the secret of the vitality of the Catholic Church even in our time, one would have to admit that it is not is hierarchical organization, not its cult of saints and relics, not even, as many suppose, its traditional political astuteness that gives it its inner strength and predominance, but the fact that it celebrates the Sacrament of the Altar uninterruptedly throughout the world. This determines its whole life, even its whole theology. -- Hermann Sasse, *We Confess: The Sacraments* p. 99.
Posted by William Weedon at 3:42 PM