Sister Mary Joseph discusses the current state of the religious congregation with the Register, 25 years after Mother Teresa’s death.
The saint’s legacy remains alive and vibrant in the Indian city where she founded the Missionaries of Charity to serve the poorest of the poor.
Vocations are growing among youth who spent days and months in jungles and refugee camps during the prolonged persecution.
In the wake of the May canonization, fundamentalist networks are continuing their campaign of online defamation, as they have with other revered Christians.
A post-canonization Thanksgiving Mass was held June 5, drawing hundreds of thousands of the faithful.
From ‘Untouchable’ to Cardinal: Archbishop Anthony Poola Embodies Pope’s ‘Call to Reach Out to the Peripheries’
The Dalit-born archbishop of Hyderabad will be elevated to the College of Cardinals at a consistory in August.
Meanwhile, activists in the Asian island-nation credit the Catholic Church’s ‘bold and strong stance’ with helping to inspire massive protests against the Sri Lankan government’s management of the country’s economic crisis.
Amid Simmering Tensions, Syro-Malabar Cardinal Alencherry Launches ‘Uniform Liturgy’ Under Police Protection
Despite fierce opposition from most of his own archdiocesan priests, including his metropolitan vicar, the head of India’s Syro-Malabar Church celebrated Palm Sunday Mass facing the altar for part of the liturgy.
Pastor and Family of Pakistan’s First ‘Servant of God’ Akash Bashir Awaits Celebration of his Martyrdom Day
‘I cannot forget his sacrifice,’ said Father Francis Gulzar, who was saying Mass when Akash Bashir gave up his life to prevent a suicide bomber from entering the church.