The Pope began the process of making Mother Teresa a Saint earlier today. It all seems a bit too fast to me; there's quite a bit of evidence that she wasn't the huggable, snuggable figure that the media continues to present, and the miracle that has been attributed to her seems to be more of a triumph of medicine than divine intervention. There doesn't seem to be any particular need to rush on these things, either; it normally takes decades, or even centuries, for a person to become a saint, so why do things have to be speeded up just for her?
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I thought that it was the Middle East countries that were supposed to be full of crazed religious lunatics? "I knew that my God was bigger than his." Boy, I feel safe in the knowledge that Lt. Gen. Boykin is one of the top men in the Pentagon, don't you?