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Posted on 08/26/2007 2:55:47 PM PDT by Salvation
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**”Mother Teresa has already been beatified.**
I think the Catholic-bashers forget this.
The Church is correct to go forward.
Mother Teresa wouldn’t be the first saint who was spiritually dry or having her doubts at some point or other in her life. I don’t think this is anything new, really.
And I believe they are. I will post another article about how she loved life.
**Mother Teresa wouldnt be the first saint who was spiritually dry or having her doubts at some point or other in her life. **
Thanks, you said it for me!
If anything, this should make her service to the poor an even greater example of Christian love. She is a saint!
In this thread, you have Protestants defending Mother Teresa, against doubters. Whether sainted or not (doesn’t matter to us Sola Scripturors), she lived an exemplary life. Those without any existential questioning, frankly, I don’t believe.
All the best to her and the RCC.
She was just a “very good person.” Read the thread about how she loved life.
Some of us were just shocked about how many Catholics turned on this latest “story” with such vitriol toward her personhood and, daresay, Divine Grace and Faith.
In heaven, I’d love to meet her and even carry her cross for a little while.
There is also a famous quote that I may have — I’ll have to search for it — where she gave Willie Clinton the “what-for” for his wickedness. (If I can call it wickedness.)
I’ll look for it and post it.
Here are a couple of quotes I found. One of the links about also has quotes.
“Any country that accepts abortion, is not teaching its people to love, but to use any violence to get what it wants.”
Upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, Mother Teresa said: “What can
you do to promote world peace? Go home and love your family.” And love
your friends. Love them without measure.
Yeah, a real heretic there. Sheesh.
She is a perfect saintly example of how good works and faith is “everything”.
People need plaster saints. The real ones are hard to take.
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