Sept 5 – Fr Michael Gauvreau, F.I. – Bl Mother Theresa of Calcutta

By September 5, 2007October 27th, 2011Fr. Michael Gauvreau, Homily, Special Event
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Ave Maria!

Father Michael shows how faith as read in today's readings and the faith of Blessed Theresa of Calcutta is not understood by the world.

Pope Benedict the Sixteenth in his letter Deus Caritas Est says in the example of Blessed Theresa of Calcutta we have a clear illustration of the fact that time devoted to God in prayer not only does not detract from effective and loving service to neighbor but is in fact the inexhaustible source of that service.

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  • George Festa says:

    This homily is not able to be viewed (Other homilies on this page are able to be viewed). I have tried to view this both from my work and home computer with the same lack of results.

    In Christ,

    G. Festa

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    Ave Maria!

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  • Maureen Craig says:

    Hi Father Michael I am really thrilled to have heard you on the air through this website and just listened in on the Homily # 154 on Blessed Mother Theresa and It was really good you are a wonderful teaching Priest and the Lord is truly working in your life, I was inspired by this talk and it tells us to follow Jesus and become closer to Him regardless of what the world thinks and we will be blessed even though we will be persecuted for doing so we are not alone and we have a good example in Mother Theresa to show love in everything we do for the love of the Lord. God Bless and I will pray for you and your ministry. Love Aunt Maureen.

  • Maria Sansone says:

    Hello…I Googled for maria theresa, but found your page about Sept 5 – Fr Michael Gauvreau, F.I. – Bl Mother Theresa of Calcutta…and have to say thanks. nice read.

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