Fame: One Can Not Be Too Careful Not To Think of It. Print
Written by Sherry   
Tuesday, 05 July 2011 15:39

In light of the breaking news dominating the Catholic blogosphere re Fr. Corapi, I like to quote one of my favorite lines from C. S. Lewis (as reported by Walter Hooper):

" . . . I asked Lewis if he was ever aware of the fact that regardless of his intentions he was "winning worship" from his books. He said in a low, still voice, and with the deepest and most complete humility I've ever observed in anyone,

"One cannot be too careful not to think of it."

I'm no media personality but even in my little corner of the traveling world, I have found Lewis' phrase extraordinarily helpful and have repeated it to myself dozens of times on the road.