Saint Diana: 20 Years Of Grief remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I got the news that Princess Diana had been in a car accident.
We don’t identify with Princess Diana because she was royal, or because she was beautiful.
Mother Teresa visited New Jersey in 1995, just two years before, back when I was writing occasional freelance stories for the Princeton Packet.
Diana, on the other hand, is a delightful screw-up as a saint, full of vanity, self-destructive tendencies, and broken relationships.
Diana is honored as a secular saint because she was a wounded healer, one who had love to spare for everyone save herself.

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