5 Facts about St. (Mother) Teresa of Calcutta

1. Mother Teresa was not Indian. She was an ethnic Albanian. Her willingness to serve the poor only stands out more when you consider that she left her own native land in Europe to travel halfway across the world. That’s love. Real, incarnational love. 2. Although a minority religion in Calcutta, Christianity was not new […]

Human Cloning, Ironic Immorality, and the Unlearned Lessons of the Manhattan Project

The greatest minds of the 20th century worked on the Manhattan Project – the scientific military endeavor that produced the atomic bomb – and many of them, like J. Robert Oppenheimer, grew to resent the role they played. It was he who quoted the Bhagavad Gita in saying, “Now I am become death, the destroyer […]

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