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Tag Archives: Missionaries of Charity

  1. St. Teresa of Calcutta

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    September 6, 2016 by eneubauer

    St. Teresa of Calcutta was a unique figure, a true leader and lover of the suffering Christ (I thirst…).  Her life …
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  2. Franciscan Friars: Catalysts of Conversion

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    September 4, 2013 by eneubauer

    I am a happy Catholic convert.  My journey along the pilgrim’s path took me through Protestantism, serving as a protestant …
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  3. How Blockbuster & Mother Teresa Changed My Life:

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    September 5, 2012 by eneubauer

    Who would have guessed that a combination punch from Blockbuster Video and Blessed Teresa of Calcutta would have had such an …
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  4. Life On Pilgrimage:

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    August 7, 2012 by eneubauer

    As I have said before the word pilgrimage essentially means – a journey, to a sacred place, as an act …
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