Wednesday, October 21, 2009

When Reverence Is Reliant on Narrative Rather Than Fact.

Far be it from me to defend Obama's Nobel Prize (and I'm behind the curve on the interest of this story anyway.) But from LifeNews, comes the outrage! at Obama sharing the prize with "the little nun with the big heart," Mother Teresa.

A couple years ago I was properly informed about Mother Teresa's "great compassion" by a friend in the know.

Since, writers have debunked the nun's saintliness and exposed her appreciation for suffering, her religious doubt, and her maniacal ways, reminding us that reverence is often more effective when tied to narrative than fact:


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