Lying to Mother Teresa

Derek Harrison deceives a saint, and derives a moral lesson.

Picture this. It is Easter Sunday in Calcutta. You are in the foyer of the motherhouse of the convent of the Missionaries of Charity, the religious order founded and led by Mother Teresa. You’re standing behind an elderly man and woman who are talking to Mother Teresa. In another moment, they will finish their conversation with her and it will be your turn.

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