Sister Mary Joseph discusses the current state of the religious congregation with the Register, 25 years after Mother Teresa’s death.
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The postulator of St. Teresa’s cause, the Knights of Columbus’ supreme knight and an award-winning director discuss inspiring forthcoming film.
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.
BOOK PICK: ‘To Love and Be Loved’ by Jim Towey delivers the personal portrait it promises: the genuine likeness of a saint.
Missionaries of Charity celebrate Mother Teresa as anniversary draws near.
Despite the restoration of the congregation’s license to receive foreign donations, Catholic leaders warn that other actions are likely in the future.
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 stamp bears one of St. Teresa of Calcutta’s famous sayings: “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
By embracing Mother Teresa’s spirituality of suffering, we may bear our earthly trials a little bit easier, not to mention draw nearer to the goal of eternal salvation.