St. Teresa of Calcutta Arched Prayer Diptych

St. Teresa of Calcutta Arched Prayer Diptych

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Decorate a shelf or night stand with this glossy St. Teresa of Calcutta Arched Prayer Diptych. Celebrate this holy woman's canonization and order for yourself or as a perfect personal gift to a friend, relative, or religious who has a devotion to Mother Teresa! Diptych displays a glowing image of Christ's servant and spouse, who gave her life to love Jesus in the poorest of the poor,  and includes a prayer in thanksgiving for her Sainthood.

Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta entered a contemplative religious order as a young woman in 1928. After being fully professed, she received a "call within a call" to serve those on the streets of India, still remaining consecrated to God. As many young women followed her to serve the poor, the group eventually was approved by the Vatican to become the Missionaries of Charity. Mother Teresa traveled the world, spreading her mission of love. Despite receiving great honors from the world, her joy and mission still flowed from her Bridegroom, Jesus Christ.

Simple Arched Diptych is perfect for desk, shelf and mantle decoration. This durable 6"x8" diptych is manufactured by local workers in Steubenville, Ohio.

 

Text reads:

"Born: August 26, 1910

Founded her order: October 7, 1950

Died: September 5, 1997

Beatified: October 19, 2003

Canonized: September 4, 2016

 

O Living God

who uses the weak to lead the strong,

who casts down the mighty and lifts up the lowly,

the Church rejoices at the canonization of

Holy Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

 

By her humble service to the Poorest of the Poor,

and staunch defense of unborn human life,

she became a bastion for the culture of life.

 

We ask, O Lord, that her heavenly intercession

and earthly example continue

to bless the world, now and forever.

 

Amen."

 

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