This meditation, attributed to Mother Teresa — now St. Teresa of Calcutta — and read by Fr. John Riccardo of the Archdiocese of Detroit, reminds us that God is always waiting for us, and always with us, whether we feel it or not. When Jesus said “I thirst” from the cross, his words were not simply about his need for water, but his deep desire for you and me.
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Third in a series on spiritual warfare: The satanic attack that poisons our heart and worship
The conservator called the finding miraculous: “We never before had to deal with a manuscript recovered from a bog."