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A Pencil in the Hand of God

Given what Mother Teresa achieved in her life, we might think she is being too modest. But if we understand we are in God’s hands, then thinking of ourselves as “a little pencil” is a good place to start. And … Continue reading

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“I Thirst for You”

I Thirst for You, by Mother Teresa I know you through and through – I know everything about you. The very hairs of your head I have numbered. Nothing in your life is unimportant to me, I have followed you … Continue reading

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Listening Prayer

“If you have ears to hear, listen,” Jesus repeatedly says. It is the first act of the art of prayer, the middle act, and the last act.  Over time we find the wisest and most humble among us understand prayer … Continue reading

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Jesus my Patient

There are few people in our generation who have commanded respect as Mother Teresa of Kolkata (Calcutta) had in her life.  This diminutive Albanian nun born in obscurity in 1910 died in the shadows on September 5, 1997, having died the … Continue reading

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