Mother Teresa of Calcutta

The Spiritual Answer to Corruption in High Places

By Jonathan B. Coe, October 29, 2018 In a recent essay in this magazine, I explored the parallels between the story about the children of Israel dancing around the Golden Calf (Ex. 32) and what’s happening among priests and prelates in the American Catholic Church. The article, with an assist... read more

Child trafficking: India orders inspections for all of Mother Teresa’s orphanages

07/17/2018, The Missionaries of Charity are suspected of being part of a racket for illegal adoptions. Every year 100,000 children disappear in India. The Catholic Bishops’ Conference suspects that "some people" who want to frame the nuns. The West Bengal Chief Minister directly accuses the... read more

Lord Alton Makes Impassioned Speech After Irish Abortion Referendum Result

“In Britain and now Ireland this is the most dangerous time in history to be an unborn child.” K.V. Turley Blog, June 1, 2018 Speaking in Clitheroe, Lancashire, at the Bank Holiday Monday Right to Life Whit Walk, David (Lord) Alton reminded walkers that St. Teresa of Calcutta had said... read more

Mom is Not Always Right, Mother Church Is

Ines A. Murzaku Wednesday, March 7, 2018 There is currently a commercial on Italian television for a new car model. Before presenting the car, the commercial starts with floating and colorful male condoms [1] followed by as colorful birth control pills and saying, “dad says condom, mom says... read more

Cardinal Sarah: Widespread Communion in the hand is part of Satan’s attack on the Eucharist

By Diane Montagna ROME, February 22, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — The head of the Vatican department overseeing liturgy is summoning the Catholic faithful to return to receiving Holy Communion on the tongue and kneeling. In the preface to a new book on the subject, Cardinal Robert Sarah, Prefect... read more

Mother Teresa’s 5 Lessons for Pro-Life People

BY ALITHEA WILLIAMS,  SEP 6, 2017 Today marks the twentieth anniversary of the death of Mother Teresa, or, as she is now known to Catholics, St Teresa of Calcutta. (As with her actual death, the anniversary seems to have been rather overshadowed by that of Princess Diana!) Mother Teresa is... read more

Chicago archdiocese to receive relic of Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Chicago, Ill., Aug 31, 2017 / 05:20 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- On Sept. 5, Saint Mark's Parish in the Archdiocese of Chicago will receive a first class relic of Saint Teresa of Calcutta for public veneration, which will then be permanently kept in the church. The relic, which consists of some of... read more

The inspiring life of Ruth Pfau, leprosy doctor

The death of a nun who worked for 50 years in Pakistan closes a life of Christian service. Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 17 2017 When it comes to Christians, news from Pakistan in recent years has seldom been good. An increasingly beleaguered minority in an Islamic republic, they have become targets... read more

Only sister to survive Yemen attack: despite danger, ‘we chose to stay’

By Hannah Brockhaus Vatican City, Sep 3, 2016 / 10:50 am (EWTN News/CNA) A year before a March 4 attack killed four sisters, the Missionaries of Charity opted not to leave, but to remain with their patients in the war-torn country of Yemen, the sole survivor said on Saturday. “In the... read more

The saint who treated President Reagan “like a school boy”

Staffan de Mistura on “how Mother Teresa got the White House involved in order to get aid to the Sudanese city of Juba” BY ANDREA TORNIELLI, 04/09/2016 VATICAN CITY “Let me talk to Ronald!” Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the apostle of the poorest of the poor, whom Francis is elevating... read more

Why the Left Hates Mother Teresa of Calcutta

BY THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D, .3 Sep 2016 As the world awaits Mother Teresa’s canonization Sunday, one mystery remains: why the international Left still harbors such hatred for a diminutive religious sister who spent her entire life serving the poorest of the poor. After all, with her... read more