Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Aug 23, 2022 / 13:10 pm
A film presenting the life of St. Teresa of Calcutta, commonly referred to as Mother Teresa, will be premiering in theaters for two days in October.
In theaters Oct. 3-4, “Mother Teresa: No Greater Love” is airing in more than 960 locations across the United States. The film was produced by the Knights of Columbus, the world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization.
The film displays the life of the 20th-century saint and the impact both she and her Missionaries of Charity have had on the people they have served throughout the world. The Missionaries of Charity are a religious community dedicated to serving the poorest in society.
“The Missionaries of Charity are not publicity seekers,” David Naglieri, director of the film, told CNA. “So, to have the opportunity to highlight the incredible work they do and the way that they live the Gospel, I think this story can positively impact people’s lives and draw them closer to their faith.”