Tag: Blessed Mother Theresa of Calcutta

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Today the Church celebrates another feast of our Blessed Mother under the title of the Immaculate Heart.  This morning as I was walking and praying the rosary, I had a few thoughts about how much we continue to need Mary. In the first Joyful Mystery, the Annunciation, we see how God longs to be in communication with humanity.  He chose Mary as a woman of faith, “full of grace”.  Through her, in the person of Jesus, our God took on human flesh and a human face, to communicate with us in a human fashion.  No doubt, […]

May, Month of Mary

When I was growing up, we had a plaque hanging somewhere in the house that read: “The greatest gift a father can give his children, is to love their mother.”  In many ways, I believe this is similarly true for priests and bishops with regards to our love for Mary.  One of the greatest gifts we can give the people entrusted to our pastoral care is to love our Blessed Mother.  When I was a seminarian in Rome, I had the opportunity to meet Blessed Mother Theresa of Calcutta.  One morning, I attend Mass with […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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