The Freedom From Religion Foundation is at it again, (Read acts17verse28.blogspot.com/2010/02/freedom-from-religion-foundation-wants.html for more information if you'd like.)
This time they're fussing at the U.S. Postal Service's release of a stamp commemorating Mother Teresa. They say it's impossible to separate her Catholic faith and her life as a nun from her identity, therefore our government shouldn't grant her this sort of recognition. To bolster their point of view, they want to share information about her "dark side"... claiming that her order got lots of money from donations but didn't do as much good as they could have with these funds.
I wonder what "good" this foundation performs with the donations that come their way? Look around their site - it's a whole lot easier to find ways to make a tax-deductible donation than it is to find out what "good" they do.