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by Hannah Brockhaus Vatican City, Oct 17, 2021 / 09:42 am Even her friend of more than 30 years, Father Sebastian Vazhakala, did not know Mother Teresa had conversations with and visions of Jesus before forming the Missionaries of Charity. It wasn’t until after her death, for the vast majority

by Kate Scanlon Washington D.C., May 28, 2021 / 16:02 pm A new podcast that likens St. Teresa of Calcutta to a cult leader is full of “untruths and false accusations,” the former legal counsel for St. Teresa told CNA on Friday. The podcast, titled “The Turning: The Sisters Who

Karol Cardinal Wojtyla (future Pope John Paul II) • In late summer 1976, Karol Cardinal Wojtyla visited the U.S. for a Eucharistic Congress and lectured at several universities. He stopped in Cincinnati to meet with Archbishop Joseph Bernardin, who at that time was the president of the National Conference of

Vatican City, Dec 21, 2019 / 04:00 am (CNA).- When Church historians look back on the last ten years, they’ll have several historic and important moments to study. And Catholics who’ve lived through the last decade may feel that changes, often one right after another, were both dizzying and exciting.

I attended a funeral a couple months ago. The dear lady who passed away was 90 and she clearly had been treasured by the large number of family and friends present. Between the grief among the congregation and my close proximity to the casket during Mass, the reality of death

By Sharon Semanie Mother Teresa of Calcutta continues to be immortalized by fans worldwide. Among those admirers is Ramesh Malhotra, whose Malhotra Collection features artwork of Mother Teresa, as well as other saints and blessed prominently displayed at the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics through December. The exhibit

Liberty Township students embrace service for all grades, all year By Eileen Connelly, OSU Students at Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES) in Liberty Township have an incredible model of faith, compassion and service to those in need in their patron saint.  In November, Catholic Charities of Southwest Ohio recognized

Updated April 13, 2016 As an idealistic young student at Dartmouth College, Susan Conroy traveled to Calcutta in 1986 to volunteer with Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity. She ministered to the poor, to orphans, and in homes for the sick and dying. The experiences deepened her faith and

By Junno Arocho Esteves and Cindy Wooden VATICAN CITY (CNS) — With a large tapestry bearing the portrait of the woman known as the “Saint of the Gutters” suspended above him, Pope Francis proclaimed the sainthood of Mother Teresa of Kolkata, hailing her courage and love for the poor. Despite

Then. From The Catholic Telegraph, June 28, 1974, excerpts from an article: Apostle of Poor Wins Hearts, By Judy Ball She was so small, she stood on a box to reach the microphone. But Mother Teresa of Calcutta had no trouble reaching her audiences at Mt. St Joseph College and