encourage each other, learn to serve, do community, long to glimpse God's heart.

A Sense of Quiet Happiness (for the gift of being able to be working in this tiny slice of God’s universe)

“Someone once asked (Teresa of Calcutta) if she was spoiling the poor, to which she replied, “There are so many congregations who spoil the rich, it is good to have one congregation in the name of the poor to spoil the poor.”  Father Angelo Scolozzi, who worked with Mother for over twenty years, remembers that when she said this, the room fell silent for a long while.” – p. 49, “Finding Calcutta” by Mary Poplin


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