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It’s never too late to say “Yes” to God
By Fr. Dwight Longenecker, EWTN News, 9/5/19
My friend James had been brought up in India, so when he asked me in 1985 if I wanted to go to India with him for three weeks I jumped.
We went on the tourist trail in Northern India, and wound up in Calcutta. James and I had taken a collection in England for Mother Teresa’s work, so we thought we would stop by the famous mother house to take the check to them in person.
Our driver stopped outside the house, and we walked down the side alley to the main entrance. Beside the door was a little wooden sign with a slide that indicated if the person was ‘out’ or ‘in.’ The sign said simply, “mother is in.”
When we were admitted the little nun at reception took our check and asked sweetly if we wanted to meet Mother. Of course we did! She asked us to wait because Mother Teresa was in a meeting. Fifteen minutes later she came through the door and greeted us with a warm smile as if she had known us our whole life.
“Have you come to give your life in service to God’s holy poor?” she asked immediately.
For goodness sake! We weren’t even Catholics at the time. “We are Anglican priests, from England,” we explained. ….