Reflections on Mother Teresa on 15th anniversary of her death
Catholic World News - September 06, 2012
Two priests who knew Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, the foundress of the Missionaries of the Charity, reflected on her spirituality and example in separate interviews with Vatican Radio.
Father Brian Kolodiejchiuk, the postulator of her canonization cause, spoke about the dark night of the soul that she experienced, while Msgr. Leo Maasburg, a spiritual advisor, recounted an anecdote related to her travels.
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