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Current rating: 5 (6 ratings)
W. Keith Moore
The book, "Come Be My Light", has changed my life in very deep and difficult ways. I look forward to reading this account of Mother Teresa by Fr. Murray. Her life and witness to union with our Beloved Jesus should be studied deeply for years and years to come.
4/15/2009 11:19:16 AM
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It took me a while to understand who Blessed Mother Teresa was for us in this earth.Despite all her saint life,I never regarded her as a true saint just because in my mind a saint has to die first literaly and must be an old in time.

I think now I have grown up and became more in to my faith,I can't stop reading about Blessed Mother Teresa.For me she died while she was alive.She died in Christ and Crist become alive in her.She was blind for the world while Christ blaze her soul with His Spirit.She fall in love with Him until She couldn't see His face.

I think only few has done what she has done in a Kingdom of God.Only Few.How please God must be all her life.For sure,now,she is at the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ in a Bliss of Eternity.

Blessed Teresa pray for me.My life is intangled with the love of Christ but the earthly problem is pulling me back.Interssed for me to show me The Way !
3/15/2010 10:50:07 PM
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