If Mother Teresa did such a bad job helping others, why not save that time spent criticizing her to instead try to make a difference in this world?
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Washington, D.C.—On Thursday, October 25, 2012, Washington National Cathedral will hold a special service of Choral Evensong to dedicate a carving o...
I am a huge proponent of figuring out one's purpose and living it fully. The part I have a problem with is the misconceptions people have about finding it and what they think it should be.
"[Mother Teresa] was not a friend of the poor. She was a friend of poverty. She said that suffering was a gift from God. She spent her life opposing...
Authors helping authors. That has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? Liberté, égalité, fraternité, and all that.
We're all in this together. We ne...
We each have our own truths. Our beliefs may be different, but our goals are the same: a happy, healthy, love-filled and productive life -- as independent and self-determined as possible.
Through persistent bad-mouthing, some parents manipulate their children to reject the other parent in the same way a politician paints a unfavorable picture to alienate voters from the opponent.
If Catholics wish to celebrate Mother Teresa's life in a reverent way, let them donate the costs of this vulgar and faintly punitive birthday celebration to an agency that offers single, poor women housing and support while pregnant.
Many of the saints did what Mother Teresa did -- founded a religious order, served the poor, led a life of heroic virtue. But few, if any -- perhaps none -- did so without any fruit in prayer.
The young mother who wakes up in the wee hours of the night to care for her child is every bit as saintly as the Catholic nun who spends hours and hours teaching children in an inner-city school.
NEW YORK — Since the Empire State Building owner won't light the landmark skyscraper for Mother Teresa, New York City officials are planning a d...
By Fernando Alfonso
Religion News Service
(RNS) In a bid to honor what would have been Mother Teresa's 100th birthday on Aug. 26, the New York-based ...
We are designed for giving. When we do so, our lives come into a certain order, even and especially when things seem so chaotic and uncertain.
The demise in succession of three African American figures of colossal stature on the eve of the new decade caused me to wonder anew about this designation, "black royalty."
This movement to change America did not begin when Barack Obama took the presidential oath of office -- it has been underway for decades.
This time of the year is one in which we are being showered with spiritual Light. This Light comes as a blessing: to let us see more clearly where we might have something to learn.
Who could resist Sarah in pearls and the paramilitary-looking outfit. (Can anyone ID the uniform?).
And, of course, the moose.
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