The “small things” she did so captivated the world that she was praised by the media and sought out by popes, presidents, philanthropists and other figures of wealth and influence.
In the chapel of the first house Blessed Teresa of Kolkata established in Rome, Father Brian Kolodiejchuk of the Missionaries of Charity talks about her life, mixing the concrete and even mundane with the spiritual and even mystical.
The poor, the suffering and those who minister to them will be at the center of celebrations leading up to the canonization of Blessed Teresa of Kolkata at the Vatican.
The Vatican will anticipate the canonization of Blessed Teresa of Kolkata with a special postage stamp, which will be released Sept. 2, two days before Pope Francis officially declares her a saint.
TIRANA, Albania (CNS) — Blessed Teresa of Kolkata is everywhere in Albania. The international airport outside the capital, Tirana, is named for her, as is the […]
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis will preside over a consistory to approve the canonization of five men and women, including Blessed Teresa of Kolkata, the […]