How Mother Teresa's 100th Birthday is Being Celebrated
Tim Drake writes at National Catholic Register:
While the Empire State Building won’t be lit up in the blue and white colors of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity, there are many other ways that Mother Teresa’s 100th birthday – August 26 - is being honored worldwide.
Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, who originally asked for the Empire State Building to be lighted, instead will hold a rally outside the Empire State Building on behalf of Mother Teresa on August 26.
Meanwhile, the Peace Bridge, on the Niagara River in New York, and the Hutchinson Metro Center’s two office buildings in the Bronx will be lit blue and white.
In the U.S., the Mother Teresa postage stamp is being issued. Similar stamps are being issued in Austria, Kosovo, and Monaco. France is issuing four collector-edition coins, one which shows Mother Teresa with Pope John Paul II.
The Knights of Columbus Museum in New Haven, CT is hosting the American premiere exhibit of Mother Teresa: Life, Spirituality and Message...
Other stories at National Catholic Register commemorating the occasion of Mother Teresa's 100th birthday:
Non-Catholic India Goes Big on Mother Teresa Centenary
‘Do ordinary things with extraordinary love’
The Things that Made Mother Teresa Tick
The World Celebrates Mother Teresa
Nun Recalled Far and Wide on 100th Anniversary
Mother Teresa at 100
From Skopje to Calcutta to the World
Danielle Bean: Is Mother Teresa Embarrassed?