Bishop William Curlin of the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte greets his long-time friend Mother Teresa at a public ecumenical prayer service in 1995 at the Charlotte Coliseum. On Sunday, Mother Teresa will be canonized a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. And on Monday, Curlin will speak about her during a Mass in her honor at Charlotte’s Our Lady of the Assumption Church.
Bishop William Curlin of the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte greets his long-time friend Mother Teresa at a public ecumenical prayer service in 1995 at the Charlotte Coliseum. On Sunday, Mother Teresa will be canonized a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. And on Monday, Curlin will speak about her during a Mass in her honor at Charlotte’s Our Lady of the Assumption Church. LAURA MUELLER
Bishop William Curlin of the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte greets his long-time friend Mother Teresa at a public ecumenical prayer service in 1995 at the Charlotte Coliseum. On Sunday, Mother Teresa will be canonized a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. And on Monday, Curlin will speak about her during a Mass in her honor at Charlotte’s Our Lady of the Assumption Church. LAURA MUELLER

Bishop Curlin to speak of longtime friend and new saint Mother Teresa

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