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The missionaries normally help some 600 people at their Kolkata motherhouse and their children’s orphanage Shishu Bhavan.
Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity Seek Swift Fix After Indian Government Blocks Foreign Donations on Christmas
Father Dominic Gomes, vicar general of the Archdiocese of Calcutta, called the announcement “a cruel Christmas gift to the poorest of the poor.”
‘A Life of Service to God in Jesus Christ’: Churchman Reflects on Witnessing Work of 6 Popes and History in the Making
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COMMENTARY: This Thanksgiving, let’s express our gratitude together to God for 50 years and 50 convents of the Missionaries of Charity and ask him to bless them with himself, many vocations and many apostolic fruits.
The bishops voted to include her feast day as an optional memorial that could be celebrated in the Mass on Sept. 5, the anniversary of St. Teresa of Calcutta’s death.
Situated on the periphery of Bratislava, the block was once called “the Bronx of Slovakia” due to the local drug trade.
“Mother Teresa called me a sissy!” says former Swiss Guard Mario Enzler
Mother Teresa lived out of the conviction that, even though she could not feel Our Lord present, he had never abandoned her.