COMMENTARY: The Lord commanded Mother Teresa to serve the last, the least, and the lost — and to stand at the foot of his cross in the darkness of a lifelong Good Friday
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The film is set to premiere for a one-night-only release on Oct. 5 in 800 theaters around the United States.
Today, the Enraizados Association launched a protest campaign to show support of the beloved saint.
Only when one gives abundantly with joy, and is joyful, can one become a cause of joy to others.
The film premieres at a special event in New York on Sept. 5 on the International Day of Charity.
New film hits theaters first week of October.
Queen Elizabeth II met five popes in her lifetime. Pope Francis in his statement upon her death Sept. 8 promised prayers for her peaceful repose and praised her for ‘her example of devotion to duty, her steadfast witness of faith in Jesus Christ and her firm hope in his promises.’ Edward Pentin, the Register’s Rome Correspondent, who hails from England, joins us now to remember the Queen. Then EWTN News’ executive director Matthew Bunson and the National Catholic Register’s Jeanette De Melo discuss Mother Teresa and the film ‘Mother Teresa: No Greater Love’ marking the 25th anniversary of her death.
St. Teresa of Calcutta treated each individual with dignity and love, and her every encounter began with a smile.