Film: The Life of Mother Theresa

Date(s) - 15/10/2021
6:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Relaxation Centre of Queensland


Born in Macedonia, Mother Theresa joined the Sisters of Loreto, and was sent to Calcutta to teach geography and catechisnm. Soon afterward, she started a school in the Indian slums. She learned basic medicine and went into the homes of the sick to treat them. In 1950, she established the Missionaries of Charity, who educate the children of the slums, nurse those rejected by hospitals, and care for the beggars on the streets.

Can her legacy of compassion, humility, and love inspire us in our own daily lives? Mother Theresa received a number of honours, including the Nobel Peace Prize (1979). She became a canonized saint of the Catholic Church in 2016.

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