Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta
and St. Therese of Lisieux: 
Spiritual Sisters in the Night of Faith

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A collection of Mother Teresa's personal letters to her spiritual counselors.  These letters, most previously unpublished, reveal Mother Teresa's heroic charity and the trial of faith she shared for decades with her patroness, St. Therese of Lisieux.  Click on the image to learn more and purchase.

"If I ever become a saint, I will surely be one of "darkness."  I will continually be absent from Heaven--to light the light of those in darkness on earth."  - Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

"I love the night as much as the day . . .  I want to spend my heaven in doing good on earth.  Yes, if God answers my desires, my Heaven will be spent on earth until the end of the world."  - Saint Therese of Lisieux

"'Give me to drink. . . '  - St. Therese of Lisieux and Mother Teresa of Calcutta,'" an article about the relationship between the two by the Missionary of Charity priests 

See an array of recent news stories about the letters of Mother Teresa and their revelations about her interior life. 

 

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Review of the book "I Thirst: Saint Therese of Lisieux and Mother Teresa of Calcutta," by Jacques Gauthier (review written by Sister Madeleine Grace, CCVI and published in "Homiletic and Pastoral Review")

 "Three Women in Love:  Anais Nin, Therese of Lisieux, and Mother Teresa," by Maryanne Raphael