A friend emailed me this photo* proof of a reincarnated Mother Theresa seen here ministering to a patient.
Reminds me of a story: Princess Di and Mother Theresa are in Heaven, when Mother Theresa notices that Princess Di has a bigger halo than she does.
She asks God, "Why does Princess Di have a bigger halo than me? She was a great person but I worked with the poor and diseased of Calcutta all my life".
God replies, "Shhh, that's not a halo, it's a steering wheel".
* Photo is not reutered but may have been Hezbollahed [staged]. Click on photo to see soul of Mother Theresa.
If that wasn't irreverent enough, Christopher Hitchens had this to say in Mommie Dearest - The pope beatifies Mother Teresa, a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud, Excerpt: I think it was Macaulay who said that the Roman Catholic Church deserved great credit for, and owed its longevity to, its ability to handle and contain fanaticism. This rather oblique compliment belongs to a more serious age. What is so striking about the "beatification" of the woman who styled herself "Mother" Teresa is the abject surrender, on the part of the church, to the forces of showbiz, superstition, and populism.