by Dr. Norman Williams, Col. K.K. Nair and Barry Oborne: Most people have heard of Mother Teresa but few understand that she was an enlightened soul acting out God’s role for her in this world.
Articles for Mother Teresa
by For such a tiny woman, Mother Teresa had big dreams. She set out to change the world, one person at a time.
Christina Stevens followed a sacred call she received in a dream—to go to India and create a movie about Mother Teresa…
by David Van Biema, TIME Magazine: How do secular people remember a saint? As Mother Teresa‘s birthday on August 26th and the anniversary of her death on September 5th approach, I found myself thinking about this. I tried to imagine what I would know about the woman, 15 years gone, if I didn’t write about religion for a living. […]
10/10/03 by Father Brian Kolodiejchuk: How was a frail little woman able to become one of the most outstanding figures of the 20th century, dedicating herself to the “poorest of the poor”?
By Father Joseph Langford, MC: TIJUANA, Mexico, SEPT. 4, 2010 (Zenit.org).- Ahead of the 13th anniversary of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta’s death on Sunday, and following the recent celebration of the 100th anniversary of her birth (Aug. 26), Missionary of Charity Father Joseph Langford shared with ZENIT some excerpts of his book “Mother Teresa’s Secret Fire” (Our […]
by Carol Zaleski: On October 19, 2003, Mother Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997) will be beatified in Rome. During the three-and-a-half-year investigation into her cause, no less thorough for having been hastened by the waiver of the customary five-year waiting period, every nook and cranny of her life was studied for evidence that she is the […]
by Catholic Planet: Most people have heard of Mother Teresa but few understand that she was an enlightened soul acting out God’s role for her in this world.
by Annamarie Adkins: TIJUANA, MEXICO, APRIL 24, 2008 (Zenit.org).- The secular press recently was full of articles on how Mother Teresa had a “crisis” of faith for decades, but the untold story is how Mary sustained Mother Teresa during that time.
by Don Jacobson: A few years ago, while on business in Kolkata (the Indian megalopolis formerly known as Calcutta), a few colleagues and I had the privilege of meeting with some of the senior religious Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity, the group founded by Mother Teresa in 1950.