"Jesus is God, therefore His love, His Thirst, is infinite.
He the creator of the universe, asked for the love of His creatures. He thirst for our love."
Mother Teresa of Calcutta (Gonxha Agnes Bojaxhiu) was born of Albanian parents in Skopje in 1910. Journeying as a missionary to India she labored many years as a teacher before hearing the “call within the call” to satiate the thirst of Jesus for love and the salvation of souls by founding the Missionaries of Charity. She experienced a profound union with Jesus in His Passion.... read more>>
The “Mother Teresa of Calcutta Center”,
established by the Missionaries of Charity,
aims to promote and support authentic knowledge
of and devotion to Mother Teresa by read more>>>
“I have asked Our Lady to keep the Society hidden in the five wounds of Jesus.”
-Saint Teresa of Calcutta
In 1946, Mother Teresa received the inspiration to found the Missionaries of Charity in response to Christ’s plea that she makes Him known to the poorest of the poor by her humble service of love. The religious branches include the Sisters, followed by the Brothers on 25 March 1963, then the Contemplative Sisters on 25 June 1976, the Contemplative Brothers on 19 March 1979, and the Fathers on 31 October 1984. read more>>>