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  • Erie’s Mother Teresa Academy hoping for inner-city success

    Erie’s Mother Teresa Academy hoping for inner-city success

    • Sep 20, 2017

    Although the new Mother Teresa Academy’s $5,000 tuition represents the cost per pupil at the school, students who qualify for reduced-price lunch will only pay $500 and those who qualify for free lunch will only pay $250, and 99 percent of current students qualify for one or the other. Administrators say the school isn’t free for students because paying some tuition provides parents with a sense of ownership.

  • Mother Teresa to be named co-patroness of the Archdiocese of Calcutta

    Mother Teresa to be named co-patroness of the Archdiocese of Calcutta

    • Sep 4, 2017

    The Skopje-born Albanian Mother Teresa started the Missionaries of Charity in 1950 in Calcutta, and dedicated her life to serving the poorest of the poor. Now she will become the co-patroness of the archdiocese.

  • Kosovo to dedicate cathedral named for Mother Teresa

    Kosovo to dedicate cathedral named for Mother Teresa

    • Aug 17, 2017

    Mostly ethnic Albanian Muslims make up at least 90 percent of the 2.1 million inhabitants of Kosovo, whose 2008 independence from Serbia has been recognized by 111 of the United Nations’ 193 member-states, but not by the Vatican. The Catholic apostolic administration, founded in 2000 with 24 parishes, officially accounts for 3.5 percent of the population, although church leaders put numbers higher.

  • Missionaries of Charity copyright blue and white sari

    Missionaries of Charity copyright blue and white sari

    • Jul 12, 2017

    The sari which serves as the habit of the Missionaries of Charity sisters was designed by Mother Teresa when she went to the streets in 1948 to serve the poor. It is white with three blue stripes, the outer stripe being larger than the inner two. It is now protected under India’s copyright law.

  • After Trump, Pope Francis tackled the Balkans on Friday

    After Trump, Pope Francis tackled the Balkans on Friday

    • May 27, 2017

    Some forty-eight hours ago, a meeting between Pope Francis and U.S. President Donald Trump made global headlines. On Friday, Francis received the heads of state of two Balkan nations, Bulgaria and Macedonia, and almost no one noticed. Yet from the pontiff’s point of view, there’s good reason to think these sessions were every bit as important.

  • Before proclaiming martyrs, the waiting game is needed

    Before proclaiming martyrs, the waiting game is needed

    • May 6, 2017

    Many of those killed in attacks targeting Christians were simply going about their daily affairs when the bomb went off, or the mob arrived. Some of them professed their faith, or at least did not deny it, before death, while others died without even knowing what was happening to them. Before the Church proclaims them all martyrs, the Church needs time to permit a fuller picture of the candidate to emerge. Waiving the mandatory five-year waiting period before opening a cause for canonization makes it harder to do that.