- Sep 24, 2020
If Mother Teresa were alive today, she’d call on people to not be indifferent to the needy during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Archbishop Thomas D’Souza of Calcutta.
Missionaries of Charity nuns canceled the usual birth anniversary celebrations of their founder, St. Teresa, this year after some nuns tested positive for COVID-19.
The Missionaries of Charity fulfill a need for the poor in Appalachia.
From organ trafficking to sex slavery, the types of human trafficking plaguing the world were highlighted during the Mother Teresa Memorial Awards on Nov. 3.
Missionaries of Charity nuns in India celebrated the birthday of their order’s founder, St. Teresa of Kolkata, three years after her canonization, breaking a Catholic convention.
A landslide reelection victory for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could pose worrying consequences for the country’s small Christian minority.