Celebrating Mother Teresa: The Saint of Calcutta
Anjezë Gonxhe was born in Macedonia. By the time she was 12, she felt a strong conviction that her service to man was via religion. At 18, she left her family and headed to Ireland to the join Sisters of Loreto to learn English. With a grasp of the language, she went to Darjeeling, India…
India orders all Mother Teresa care homes inspected
India has ordered an immediate inspection of all childcare homes run by a religious order founded by Mother Teresa after a nun was arrested over an alleged adoption racket.
Mother Teresa's charity sold babies: Indian police
A nun and a staff member at Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in eastern India were arrested Thursday for allegedly selling babies born to unwed mothers, police said.
Mother Teresa’s journey to sainthood
And who is Mother Teresa of Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) that is now being celebrated on earth and in heaven? Hear her: “By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic Nun.
Ending unkind attitudes among mankind
Today Monday, September 5, the global community is commemorating the 2016 International Day of Charity. In recognition of charity’s key role in alleviating humanitarian crises and human suffering....
Pope hails Teresa: now a saint, always a mother
"We may have some difficulty in calling her 'Saint' Teresa," the pontiff said. "Her holiness is so near to us, so tender and so fruitful that we continue to spontaneously call her Mother."
Mother Teresa's legacy under cloud as sainthood nears
As the Vatican prepares to declare Mother Teresa a saint this Sunday, in the Indian city where she rose to fame, claims of medical negligence and financial mismanagement at her care homes threaten to cloud her legacy.
Catholic icon Mother Teresa to be proclaimed a saint
Mother Teresa, the revered but controversial nun whose work with the dying and the destitute made her an icon of 20th Century Christianity, will be declared a saint on Sunday.