Saint Teresa of Calcutta is the saint who, in our modern times, put a face on the virtue of love.
“Mother Teresa always said 'we are here for poorest of the poor', who have no one. They are fallen, so somebody has to lift them up."
Situated off Route 66, the history of this church reads like a classic Western.
Sister Marie was an outstanding catechist and educator and a tireless apostle.
The Little Sisters of the Poor have refused to comply with a government mandate that violates their religious conscience. Now, their case is appearing before the Supreme Court.
Each jubilarian reflected on their years as vowed religious, with Sr. Magdalena summing it up well, “I still love what I do.”