If you are interested on Mother Teresa's Legacy, Charism and Spiritual
Life, you have to read the book of Father Brian Kolodiejchuk
"Come, be my light"
(the letters wrotten by Mother Teresa to her Spiritual Directors,
where she shows with humble and truth how she felt the love of Jesus
in her heart, and how she lived a "dark night" during more
than 40 years.
The book is a wonderful masterpiece that let us think about our relationship
with God and about the strenght of our faith. She conquers our hearts
and after reading some chapters, one feels hopeful and gay, and improves
us to keep praying, to keep believing and to beg for strenght and fortitude
in our Faith)
Videos and DVD’s about Mother Teresa:
Legacy" (only available on Internet)
"La Quinta Palabra"
(cartoons only available in Spanish)
Teresa de Calcuta: el consuelo de Cristo en los más necesitados"
Ed.Palabra 2003 (Only available in Spanish)
Author: Mario Podestá (photographs of Mother Teresa in Calcutta)
YOU CAN LISTEN FROM THE OWN VOICE OF MOTHER TERESA HER MESSAGE OF PEACE
AND LOVE TO ALL THE WORLD:
Just do click
FOR MOTHER TERESA CANONIZATION
Teresa of Calcutta
longing to love Jesus as He had never been loved before, you gave yourself
entirely to Him, refusing Him nothing. In union with the Immaculate
Heart of Mary, you accepted His call to satiate His infinite thirst
for love and souls and become a carrier of His love to the poorest of
the poor. With loving trust and total surrender you fulfilled His will,
witnessing to the joy of belonging totally to Him. You became so intimately
united to Jesus your crucified Spouse that He deigned to share with
you the agony of His Heart as He hung upon the Cross. Blessed Teresa,
you promised to continuously bring the light of love to those on earth;
pray for us that we also may long to satiate the burning thirst of Jesus
by loving Him ardently, sharing in His sufferings joyfully, and serving
Him wholeheartedly in our brothers and sisters, especially those most
unloved and unwanted. Amen.
Cause of Canonization of Mother Teresa
Piazza San Gregorio al Celio, 2 00184 Roma