4 Total Quotes

Henry D'Souza Quotes

She reached lonely people ... Mother Teresa understood the hunger of these human hearts about who she would say, 'The greatest poverty is to feel unwanted and unloved.' And this poverty was to be found everywhere, even in the affluent countries.
Henry D'Souza

the mother, being so holy, could possibly be object of an attack by Satan.
Henry D'Souza

I said, 'Yes, you do.' But he says, 'What will the devil do to me?' I said to him, 'You command the devil to go if he's there. In the name of the church, as archbishop, I command you to go and do it.'
Henry D'Souza

So I said let's do the prayer of exorcism over her. So I called one of the priests who was a holy man in Calcutta, ... I told him, 'Please say the prayer of exorcism over Mother Teresa.' And he got a shock and said, 'Shall I pray and should I drive out the devil if it's there?'
Henry D'Souza