Devotion to Mary was always a central element of St. Teresa’s faith, as demonstrated by her choice to found her congregation on this date.
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As California continues with a 12-person limit on outdoor Mass attendance due to the coronavirus, the Archbishop of San Francisco expands his reach, marking a very special day for Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity.
Both the Maryknoll religious community and the Missionaries of Charity in New York have lost members to the pandemic.
“Just as the seed is meant to be a tree, we are meant to grow into Jesus.”
Many are aware of Mother Teresa’s beginning her order after receiving her “call within a call.” But few are aware of this later call, given through St. John Paul II, to deepen their mission.
The religious congregation founded by St. Teresa of Calcutta was targeted after a lay employee and a nun were arrested over an alleged ‘baby sale.’
The superior general said Tuesday the congregation is ‘deeply saddened and grieved’ by the alleged sale of several children by an employee of one of its homes for unwed mothers.
One religious sister and an employee are under suspicion of selling a baby from a shelter for unwed mothers.
Salesian Father Tom Uzhunnalil’s relatives and friends are heartened by last week’s disclosure by Yemen’s deputy prime minister.