♦Mother Teresa of Calcutta

 

IMPORTANT DATES

♦Early Years

♦Loreto

♦Beginning of the

Missionaries of Charity

♦The New Congregation

♦Last Year s

♦Her Legacy and Reputation

of Holiness

 

 

 

 

 

Early Years

 

                                           1910

                                                   26 August

                                                   Born Gonxha Agnes Bojaxhiu to Nikola

                                                   and Drana (of Albanian descent) in Skopje,

                                                   present-day Macedonia.

 

                                    27 August

                                                   Receives Baptism in Sacred Heart Church in Skopje.

 

                                                1916

                                    Receives First Communion at the age

                                    of five and a half.

 

                                                   26 November

                                                   Receives the sacrament of Confirmation.

 

                                                1919                                    

                                                   Her father Nikola dies.

 

                                                1910-1923

                                    26 August

                                                   Feels the call to religious life for the first time

                                     at age twelve.

 

 

 

 

Loreto

 

                                                1928

                                    26 September

                                                   Leaves home to enter the Institute of the

                                                   Blessed Virgin Mary (Loreto Sisters) at

                                                   Rathfarnham in Dublin, Ireland.

 

                                    12 October

                                                   Becomes a Loreto postulant and takes the name

                                                   Teresa (after St. Thérèse of Lisieux).

 

                                    1 December

                                                   Leaves Ireland by ship for India.

 

                                                1929  

                                               6 January

                                                   Arrives in Calcutta, India.

 

                                    23 May

                                                   Becomes a Novice in Darjeeling, India.

 

                                                1931

                                    25 May

                                                   Profession of First Vows as Sister Teresa in Darjeeling.

                                                   Given her first assignment to teach geography and

                                                   catechism in St. Mary's School (Loreto), Calcutta.

 

                                                1935

                                     Additional assignment to St. Teresa's Primary

                                     School (St. Teresa's Church), Calcutta.

 

                                                1942

                                    April

                                                   Makes “a Vow to God, binding under [pain of] mortal

                                                   sin, to give to God anything that He may ask,

                                                   ‘Not to refuse Him anything.’”

                                                    “This is what hides everything in me”.

.

 

                                                1944

                                                   Becomes Principal of St. Mary's School and put

                                                   in charge of the Daughters of St. Anne (Indian

                                                   religious community affiliated to the Loreto Sisters).

 

 

 

Beginning of the

Missionaries of Charity

 

                                                1946

                                    10 September “Inspiration Day”

                                                   On a train journey from Calcutta to

                                                   Darjeeling, receives the “call within a call”

                                                   to “quench the infinite thirst of Jesus on the Cross

                                                   for love and souls” by “laboring at the salvation and

                                                   sanctification of the poorest of the poor”. This call

                                                   was to give rise to the Missionaries of Charity (MC)

                                                   family.  Begins to receive a series of interior

                                                   locutions that continues until mid-1947.

 

                                                1948

                                    12 April

                                                   Decree of Exclaustration granted by Pope Pius XII -

                                                   permission from the Holy See to leave Loreto in

                                                   order to begin her mission among the poorest of the

                                                   poor in the streets of Calcutta.

 

                                    17 August

                                                   Leaves Loreto, wearing a white, blue-bordered

                                                   sari for the first time, and goes to Patna for a medical

                                                   course with the Medical Mission Sisters as

                                                   preparation for her new mission.

 

                                    9 December

                                                   Returns to Calcutta and makes an eight-day retreat,

                                                   staying with the Little Sisters of the Poor.

 

                                    21-23 December

                                                   First days among the poor in Calcutta slums: Taltala

                                                   and Pan Bagan.

 

                                    26 December

                                                   First visit to Tiljala slums.

 

                                    27-28 December

                                                   Visits Motijhil slums, gathers children and starts her

                                                   first slum school.

 

                                                1949

                                    26 February

                                                   Moves to the upper floor of the Gomes family house

                                                   at 14 Creek Lane.

 

                                    19 March

                                                   First candidate, Subashini Das (Sr. Agnes, M.C.),

                                                   joins Mother Teresa.

 

 

 

The New Congregation

                                                1950

                                    7 October

                                                   Society of the Missionaries of Charity Sisters

                                                   - at the time 12 members - officially established

                                                   on the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary

                                                   as a diocesan congregation in the Archdiocese of

                                                   Calcutta under Archbishop Ferdinand Périer, S.J.

 

                                                   This day, known as “Thanksgiving Day”, is

                                                   commemorated annually by the MC sisters with

                                                   all-day Eucharistic Adoration.

 

                                                   Feast of the Society: 22 August, Immaculate Heart

                                                   of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

 

                                               1951

                                    14 December

                                                   Receives Indian citizenship.

 

                                                1952

                                    22 August

                                                   Opens first home for the sick and dying,

                                                   Nirmal Hriday (Pure Heart) - “Treasure House” of

                                                   the Congregation -in Kalighat on the feast of the

                                                   Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

                                               1953

                                    13 January

                                                   Begins the Sick and Suffering Co-Workers.

 

                                    February

                                                   Moves to present-day Motherhouse at 54A, Lower

                                                   Circular Road (presently A. J. C. Bose Road).

 

                                    March

                                                   First disclosure (to Archbishop Périer) of the “terrible

                                                   darkness within” existing “more or less from the time

                                                   I started ‘the work’ ”.

 

                                    12 April

                                                   Mother Teresa's Final Profession of Vows as an

                                                   MC and First Profession of the first ten sisters.

 

                                               1957

                                                   Resolves “to become an apostle of joy to console

                                                   the Sacred Heart of Jesus through joy”.

 

                                               1959

                                    January

                                                   Starts a center for leprosy sufferers at Titagarh.

 

                                    29 May

                                                   Founds first mission outside Calcutta in Ranchi.

 

                                   1960

                                    January

                                                   First trip out of India to the convention of the

                                                   National Council of Catholic Women

                                                   in Las Vegas, USA.

 

                                               1961

                                                   After 11 years, “comes to love the darkness”

                                                   realizing  hat it is the spiritual side of her work,

                                                   an identification  with the poorest of the poor,

                                                   the unwanted and unloved.

 

                                  1962

                                    11 August

                                                   Receives first international award, Ramon

                                                   Magsaysay Award, in the Philippines.

 

                                  1963

                                    25 March

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity

                                                   Brothers (active) in Calcutta

                                                   (Co-founder: Br. Andrew, M.C., from 1966).

 

 

                                               1965

                                    1 February

                                                   The Missionaries of Charity becomes an institute of

                                                   Pontifical Right, that is, directly under the Pope's

                                                   authority.

 

                                    26 July

                                                   Founds first mission outside India in Cocorote,

                                                   Venezuela.

 

                                               1967-1969

                                                   Opens missions in Colombo (Sri Lanka), Tabora

                                                   (Tanzania), Rome (Italy), Bourke (Australia).

 

                                  1969

                                    29 March

                                                   The Co-Workers of Mother Teresa have their

                                                   Constitutions blessed by Pope Paul VI.

 

                                  1971

                                    6 January

                                                   Receives Pope John XXIII Peace Prize, presented by

                                                   Pope Paul VI.

 

                                    16 October

                                                   Receives John F. Kennedy International Award.

 

                                  1972

                                    12 July

                                                   Her mother Drana dies in Tirana, Albania.

 

 

 

                                    15 November

                                                   Receives Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International

                                                   Understanding.

 

                                  1973

                                    25 April

                                                   Receives Templeton Prize for “Progress in Religion”.

 

                                  1975                                    

                                                   Celebration of the Silver Jubilee of the Missionaries

                                                   of Charity; the Society numbers over a thousand

                                                   sisters in 85 foundations in 15 countries.

 

                                  1976

                                    25 June

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity Contemplative Sisters

                                                   in New York (Co-foundress: Sr. Nirmala, M.C.).

 

                                  1979

                                    19 March

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity Contemplative

                                                   Brothers in Rome (Co-founder: Fr. Sebastian, M.C.).

 

 

                                    10 December

                                                   Receives Nobel Peace Prize

                                                   Respect for every human life,

                                                   particularly her stance against

                                                   abortion, becomes a recurrent

                                                   theme in her speeches.

 

                                  1980

                                    22 March

                                                   Receives Bharat Ratna

                                                   (Jewel of India) Award.

 

                                  1981

                                    26 June

                                                   Founds Corpus Christi Movement for diocesan

                                                   priests in Rome.

 

                                  1983

                                    June

                                                   Hospitalized in Rome for a heart condition.

                                    24 November

                                                   Receives Order of Merit from Queen Elizabeth.

 

                                  1984

                                    13 October

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity Fathers

                                                   in New York (Co-founder: Fr. Joseph, M.C.).

 

                                  1985

                                    24 December

                                                   Opens first home for AIDS patients in New York.

 

                                  1986

                                    3 February

                                                   Pope John Paul II visits

                                                   Nirmal Hriday in Calcutta.

 

                                  1987

                                    24 August

                                                   Receives Gold Medal of the

                                                   Soviet Peace Committee.

 

                                  1988

                                    21 December

                                                   Founds first mission in Moscow,

                                                   former U.S.S.R.

 

                                  1989

                                    5 September

                                                   Hospitalized in Calcutta,

                                                   undergoes pacemaker implant surgery.

 

 

 

Last Years

                                  1990

                                                   Resigns as Superior General

                                                   but is re-elected in September.

                                                   1990 - 1997 are years of intense

                                                   activity, even as her health

                                                   deteriorates; opens more than

                                                   170 houses around the world,

                                                   including Uganda, Pakistan,

                                                   Slovakia, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Albania,

                                                   Iraq, Germany, Hungary, Honduras, Yemen, U.S.A.,

                                                   Philippines Haiti, Uzbekistan.

 

                                  1991

                                    2 January

                                                   Writes open letter to the Presidents of the United

                                                   States and of Iraq to avert war.

 

                                    December

                                                   Has a heart attack and angioplasty in USA.

 

                                  1993                                   

                                                   Undergoes heart surgery.

 

                                  1996

                                                   Undergoes further heart surgery; health seriously

                                                   deteriorates.

 

                                  1997

                                    13 March

                                                   Sr. Nirmala, M.C. elected to succeed Mother Teresa

                                                   as Superior General.

 

                                    May-June

                                                   Last journey to Rome, New York, and

                                                   Washington, D.C.

 

                                    5 June

                                                   Receives United States Congressional Gold Medal,

                                                   the last of more than 700 awards and honors

                                                   bestowed upon her during her lifetime.

 

                                    5 September

                                                   Dies in Motherhouse,

                                                   Calcutta, at age 87.

                                    13 September

                                                   Given a state funeral and

                                                   buried in Motherhouse.

                                                   At her death, there are

                                                   3,842 sisters serving in 594

                                                   houses in 120 countries,

                                                   363 active brothers in 68 houses in 19 countries,

                                                   14 contemplative brothers in 4 houses in 3 countries,

                                                   13 fathers in 4 houses in 3 countries.

 

 

 

Her Legacy and

Reputation of Holiness

                                  1999

                                    12 June

                                                   Diocesan phase of the Cause of

                                                   Beatification and Canonization of

                                                   Mother Teresa opens.

 

                                    26 July

                                                   Opening session of the Diocesan

                                                   Inquiry into Mother Teresa’s life,

                                                   virtues and reputation of sanctity held in St. Mary's

                                                   Church, Calcutta.

 

                                  2003

                                    19 October

                                                   Pope John Paul II declares Mother Teresa “Blessed”

                                                   on Mission Sunday, concluding the week-long

                                                   celebration for the 25th anniversary of his pontificate.

                                                   September 5 is established as her liturgical feast.

 

                                  2016

                                    4 September

                                                   Pope Francis Canonized  Blessed Mother Teresa

                                                   during the during this Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy.

 

                                   2016

                                    5 September

                                                   The universal Church celebrated Saint Teresa's

                                                   1st Feast.

Saint Teresa of Calcutta, pray for us!

 

 

 

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♦Mother Teresa of Calcutta

 

IMPORTANT DATES

♦Early Years

♦Loreto

♦Beginning of the

Missionaries of Charity

♦The New Congregation

♦Last Years Last Years

♦Her Legacy and Reputation

of Holiness

 

 

 

 

 

Early Years

 

                                           1910

                                                   26 August

                                                   Born Gonxha Agnes Bojaxhiu to Nikola

                                                   and Drana (of Albanian descent) in Skopje,

                                                   present-day Macedonia.

 

                                    27 August

                                                   Receives Baptism in Sacred Heart Church in Skopje.

 

                                                1916

                                    Receives First Communion at the age

                                    of five and a half.

 

                                                   26 November

                                                   Receives the sacrament of Confirmation.

 

                                                1919                                    

                                                   Her father Nikola dies.

 

                                                1910-1923

                                    26 August

                                                   Feels the call to religious life for the first time

                                     at age twelve.

 

 

 

 

Loreto

 

                                                1928

                                    26 September

                                                   Leaves home to enter the Institute of the

                                                   Blessed Virgin Mary (Loreto Sisters) at

                                                   Rathfarnham in Dublin, Ireland.

 

                                    12 October

                                                   Becomes a Loreto postulant and takes the name

                                                   Teresa (after St. Thérèse of Lisieux).

 

                                    1 December

                                                   Leaves Ireland by ship for India.

 

                                                1929  

                                               6 January

                                                   Arrives in Calcutta, India.

 

                                    23 May

                                                   Becomes a novice in Darjeeling, India.

 

                                                1931

                                    25 May

                                                   Profession of first vows as Sister Teresa in Darjeeling.

                                                   Given her first assignment to teach geography and

                                                   catechism in St. Mary's School (Loreto), Calcutta.

 

                                                1935

                                     Additional assignment to St. Teresa's Primary

                                     School (St. Teresa's Church), Calcutta.

 

                                                1942

                                    April

                                                   Makes “a vow to God, binding under [pain of] mortal

                                                   sin, to give to God anything that He may ask,

                                                   ‘Not to refuse Him anything.’”

                                                    “This is what hides everything in me”.

.

 

                                                1944

                                                   Becomes principal of St. Mary's School and put

                                                   in charge of the Daughters of St. Anne (Indian

                                                   religious community affiliated to the Loreto Sisters).

 

 

 

Beginning of the

Missionaries of Charity

 

                                                1946

                                    10 September “Inspiration Day”

                                                   On a train journey from Calcutta to

                                                   Darjeeling, receives the “call within a call”

                                                   to “quench the infinite thirst of Jesus on the Cross

                                                   for love and souls” by “laboring at the salvation and

                                                   sanctification of the poorest of the poor”. This call

                                                   was to give rise to the Missionaries of Charity (MC)

                                                   family.  Begins to receive a series of interior

                                                   locutions that continues until mid-1947.

 

                                                1948

                                    12 April

                                                   Decree of Exclaustration granted by Pope Pius XII -

                                                   permission from the Holy See to leave Loreto in

                                                   order to begin her mission among the poorest of the

                                                   poor in the streets of Calcutta.

 

                                    17 August

                                                   Leaves Loreto, wearing a white, blue-bordered

                                                   sari for the first time, and goes to Patna for a medical

                                                   course with the Medical Mission Sisters as

                                                   preparation for her new mission.

 

                                    9 December

                                                   Returns to Calcutta and makes an eight-day retreat,

                                                   staying with the Little Sisters of the Poor.

 

                                    21-23 December

                                                   First days among the poor in Calcutta slums: Taltala

                                                   and Pan Bagan.

 

                                    26 December

                                                   First visit to Tiljala slums.

 

                                    27-28 December

                                                   Visits Motijhil slums, gathers children and starts her

                                                   first slum school.

 

                                                1949

                                    26 February

                                                   Moves to the upper floor of the Gomes family house

                                                   at 14 Creek Lane.

 

                                    19 March

                                                   First candidate, Subashini Das (Sr. Agnes, M.C.),

                                                   joins Mother Teresa.

 

 

 

The New Congregation

                                                1950

                                    7 October

                                                   Society of the Missionaries of Charity Sisters

                                                   - at the time 12 members - officially established

                                                   on the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary

                                                   as a diocesan congregation in the Archdiocese of

                                                   Calcutta under Archbishop Ferdinand Périer, S.J.

 

                                                   This day, known as “Thanksgiving Day”, is

                                                   commemorated annually by the MC sisters with

                                                   all-day Eucharistic Adoration.

 

                                                   Feast of the Society: 22 August, Immaculate Heart

                                                   of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

 

                                               1951

                                    14 December

                                                   Receives Indian citizenship.

 

                                                1952

                                    22 August

                                                   Opens first home for the sick and dying,

                                                   Nirmal Hriday (Pure Heart) - “Treasure House” of

                                                   the Congregation -in Kalighat on the feast of the

                                                    Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

                                               1953

                                    13 January

                                                   Begins the Sick and Suffering Co-Workers.

 

                                    February

                                                   Moves to present-day Motherhouse at 54A, Lower

                                                   Circular Road (presently A. J. C. Bose Road).

 

                                    March

                                                   First disclosure (to Archbishop Périer) of the “terrible

                                                   darkness within” existing “more or less from the time

                                                   I started ‘the work’ ”.

 

                                    12 April

                                                   Mother Teresa's final profession of vows as an

                                                   MC and first profession of the first ten sisters.

 

                                               1957

                                                   Resolves “to become an apostle of joy to console

                                                   the Sacred Heart of Jesus through joy”.

 

                                               1959

                                    January

                                                   Starts a center for leprosy sufferers at Titagarh.

 

                                    29 May

                                                   Founds first mission outside Calcutta in Ranchi.

 

                                   1960

                                    January

                                                   First trip out of India to the convention of the

                                                   National Council of Catholic Women

                                                   in Las Vegas, USA.

 

                                               1961

                                                   After 11 years, “comes to love the darkness”

                                                   realizing  hat it is the spiritual side of her work,

                                                   an identification  with the poorest of the poor,

                                                   the unwanted and unloved.

 

                                  1962

                                    11 August

                                                   Receives first international award, Ramon

                                                   Magsaysay Award, in the Philippines.

 

                                  1963

                                    25 March

                                                   Opens first home for the sick and dying, Nirmal

                                                   Hriday (Pure Heart) - “Treasure House” of the

                                                   Congregation -in Kalighat on the feast of the

                                                    Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

                                               1965

                                    1 February

                                                   The Missionaries of Charity becomes an institute of

                                                   Pontifical Right, that is, directly under the Pope's

                                                   authority.

 

                                    26 July

                                                   Founds first mission outside India in Cocorote,

                                                   Venezuela.

 

                                               1967-1969

                                                   Opens missions in Colombo (Sri Lanka), Tabora

                                                   (Tanzania), Rome (Italy), Bourke (Australia).

 

                                  1969

                                    29 March

                                                   The Co-Workers of Mother Teresa have their

                                                   Constitutions blessed by Pope Paul VI.

 

                                  1971

                                    6 January

                                                   Receives Pope John XXIII Peace Prize, presented by

                                                   Pope Paul VI.

 

                                    16 October

                                                   Receives John F. Kennedy International Award.

 

                                  1972

                                    12 July

                                                   Her mother Drana dies in Tirana, Albania.

 

                                    18 October

                                                   Receives John F. Kennedy International Award..

 

                                    15 November

                                                   Receives Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International

                                                   Understanding.

 

                                  1973

                                    25 April

                                                   Receives Templeton Prize for “Progress in Religion”.

 

                                  1975

                                                   Celebration of the Silver Jubilee of the Missionaries

                                                   of Charity; the Society numbers over a thousand

                                                   sisters in 85 foundations in 15 countries.

 

                                  1976

                                    25 June

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity Contemplative Sisters

                                                   in New York (Co-foundress: Sr. Nirmala, M.C.).

 

                                  1979

                                    19 March

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity Contemplative

                                                   Brothers in Rome (Co-founder: Fr. Sebastian, M.C.).

 

 

                                    10 December

                                                   Receives Nobel Peace Prize

                                                   Respect for every human life,

                                                                   particularly her stance against

                                                                   abortion, becomes a recurrent

                                                                    theme in her speeches.

 

                                  1980

                                    22 March

                                                   Receives Bharat Ratna

                                                   (Jewel of India) Award.

 

                                  1981

                                    26 June

                                                   Founds Corpus Christi Movement for diocesan

                                                   priests in Rome.

 

                                  1983

                                    June

                                                   Hospitalized in Rome for a heart condition.

                                    24 November

                                                   Receives Order of Merit from Queen Elizabeth.

 

                                  1984

                                    13 October

                                                   Founds Missionaries of Charity Fathers

                                                   in New York (Co-founder: Fr. Joseph, M.C.).

 

                                  1985

                                    24 December

                                                   Opens first home for AIDS patients in New York.

 

                                  1986

                                    3 February

                                                   Pope John Paul II visits

                                                   Nirmal Hriday in Calcutta.

 

                                  1987

                                    24 August

                                                   Receives Gold Medal of the

                                                   Soviet Peace Committee.

 

                                  1988

                                    21 December

                                                   Founds first mission in Moscow,

                                                   former U.S.S.R.

 

                                  1989

                                    5 September

                                                   Hospitalized in Calcutta,

                                                   undergoes pacemaker implant surgery.

 

 

 

Last Years

                                  1990

                                                   Resigns as Superior General

                                                   but is re-elected in September.

                                                   1990 - 1997 are years of intense

                                                   activity, even as her health

                                                   deteriorates; opens more than

                                                   170 houses around the world,

                                                   including in Uganda, Pakistan,

                                                   Slovakia, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Albania,

                                                   Iraq, Germany, Hungary, Honduras, Yemen, U.S.A.,

                                                   Philippines Haiti, Uzbekistan.

 

                                  1991

                                    2 January

                                                   Writes open letter to the presidents of the United

                                                   States and of Iraq to avert war.

 

                                    December

                                                   Has a heart attack and angioplasty in USA.

 

                                  1993

                                                   Undergoes heart surgery.

 

                                  1996

                                                   Undergoes further heart surgery; health seriously

                                                   deteriorates.

 

                                  1997

                                    13 March

                                                   Sr. Nirmala, M.C. elected to succeed Mother Teresa

                                                   as Superior General.

 

                                    May-June

                                                   Last journey to Rome, New York, and

                                                   Washington, D.C.

 

                                    5 June

                                                   Receives United States Congressional Gold Medal,

                                                   the last of more than 700 awards and honors

                                                   bestowed upon her during her lifetime.

 

                                    5 September

                                                   Dies in Motherhouse,

                                                   Calcutta, at age 87.

                                    13 September

                                                   Given a state funeral and

                                                   buried in Motherhouse.

                                                   At her death, there are

                                                   3,842 sisters serving in 594

                                                   houses in 120 countries,

                                                   363 active brothers in 68 houses in 19 countries,

                                                   14 contemplative brothers in 4 houses in 3 countries,

                                                   13 fathers in 4 houses in 3 countries.

 

 

 

Her Legacy and

Reputation of Holiness

                                  1999

                                    12 June

                                                   Diocesan phase of the Cause of

                                                   Beatification and Canonization of

                                                   Mother Teresa opens.

 

                                    26 July

                                                   Opening session of the Diocesan

                                                   Inquiry into Mother Teresa’s life,

                                                   virtues and reputation of sanctity held in St. Mary's

                                                   Church, Calcutta.

 

                                  2003

                                    19 October

                                                   Pope John Paul II declares Mother Teresa “Blessed”

                                                   on Mission Sunday, concluding the week-long

                                                   celebration for the 25th anniversary of his pontificate.

                                                   September 5 is established as her liturgical feast.

 

                                  2016

                                    4 September

                                                   Pope Francis Canonized  Blessed Mother Teresa

                                                   during the during this Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy.

 

                                   2016

                                    5 September

                                                   The universal Church celebrated Saint Teresa Teresa

                                                   1st Feast.

Saint Teresa of Calcutta, pray for us!

 

 

 

Text © Mother Teresa Center of the Missionaries of Charity