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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Teresa
One legacy of the life of Blessed Mother Teresa is that anyone can follow her example as a "missionary of charity," said the postulator of her cause for canonization Father Brian Kolodiejchuk.
"People are hungry for the Word of God, for love,"
She saw Jesus in others, expressed in a meditation she wrote from the hospital: "Jesus is the hungry to be fed; the thirsty to be satiated; the naked to be clothed; the homeless to be taken in; the sick to be healed; the lonely to be loved; the unwanted to be wanted; the leper to wash his wounds; the beggar to give him a smile; the little one to embrace him."