Saint Teresa of Calcutta and the Eucharist
The Mystery of the Holy Eucharist • 2m 19s
St. Teresa of Calcutta was a woman in love with Jesus. For her, Jesus was not divided. He said He would remain with us always, until the end of time. He kept that promise through his presence in the Holy Eucharist. He also said that whatever we did for the least of his brothers and sisters, we did for Him. The legacy which Mother Teresa left to her community, and to the world, is to recognize Jesus in the Eucharist, and to recognize Him in the people around us--especially the most vulnerable. This clip, pulled from the new feature film "Mother Teresa: No Greater Love," zooms in on the Eucharistic life of Mother Teresa and her community.
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