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  • "It was a real once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be here for this," said Sandra Thornton, 39, an airline worker from Camden, N.J.The beatification was the fastest in modern church history, taking place six years and 29 days after John Paul's death 15 days faster than Mother Teresa's, who was beatified in 2003.

    Pope John Paul II beatified

  • After years of friction, Melissa and her and Teresa's cousin, Kathy Wakile joined the Bravo reality series in its third season.

    Real Housewives of New Jersey's Melissa Gorga: I Never Intended to Attack Teresa

  • End with drinks on Santa Teresa's candle-lit terrace, followed by a tasting menu of Brazilian dishes at the hotel's Térèze restaurant.

    Memories Worth 1,000 Pradas

  • Worst Call for Help: On the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa goes over to Jacqueline's house for help writing a letter to Teresa's brother, Joe.

    Top Moments: Jon Stewart's Delicious Rant, The Voice's Fatal Kiss and an Uncertain Weiner

  • I was surprised to find the sin of overworking on "Sister Teresa's" I couldn't decide between that and Sister Bertrille. transgression inventory because any nun I know would scoff at a notion so inane.

    Michele Somerville: Test Driving The New Catholic Confession App

  • I was about to point you and your readers to Teresa's analysis, but MaryL beat me to it.

    A seeker

  • They both climbed into Teresa's twin bed and Patty soon fell asleep.


  • Not long after that, Teresa's family moved to a bigger house in the suburbs.


  • Teresa's overall recovery went surprisingly quickly, but the doctors made it clear that the damage to the forebrain would never completely heal.


  • Teresa's mother had to work very early that morning, so it fell to Manny, the eldest brother, to keep an eye on the girls until she returned.



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