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Browsing: Mother Teresa
Lisa Hendey shares an interview with Heidi Hess Saxton to discover the Advent lessons Saint Teresa of Calcutta taught us: starting over, waiting in darkness, and loving Jesus.
Silva and Nace Volčič, currently missionaries in Europe, offer a meditation on work inspired by the work of St. Teresa of Calcutta.
As people the world over celebrated, commemorated and even criticized the tiny Albanian nun and her outreach to India’s poorest, many in India notched up their enthusiasm to an understandably high degree. Marianna Bartholomew has the news from a missionary priest in India.
It is not in our fullness but in our hunger and thirst that we revive the belief of others, as it was for Saint Teresa of Kolkata. Sr. Margaret Kerry, fsp recalls the saint’s influence on her ministry to city children.
In “Praying with Mother Teresa,” Susan Conroy offers her own reflections along with quotes and letters from Mother Teresa, prayers from Mother Teresa’s own prayer collection, as well as photos of the saint, her sisters, and the people they serve. Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur reviews this new book published to coincide with Mother Teresa’s canonization.
During her lifetime, Mother Teresa was consistently one of the most admired humans walking our Earth. That has continued since her death in 1997. Rebecca Kates Lemke of Catholic Relief Services offers 5 ways to live a full and fulfilling life like Mother Teresa.
Will you be watching Sunday as Mother Teresa is officially declared a Saint? If you’d like to watch (or listen t0) the Canonization Mass and catch other coverage about Saint Teresa of Calcutta, here’s where you can find programming on radio, TV, and online.
Stuart Dunn reviews two new children’s books about soon-to-be-canonized Mother Teresa.