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What is Religious Agnosticism?

From Leo's Desk

2017/Mar-Apr

ci_leodeskI’ve been reading the private writings of Mother Teresa called Come Be My Light (2009) where she talks about a “darkness” that came upon her towards the end of her life. She says that “If they ever made me a saint, I would be the saint of darkness” (Mother Teresa, 2009)....
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