A drop of Blessed Mother Teresa’s blood that is permanently housed at the Missionary of Charity convent in Pilsen is visiting 2 parishes in Chicago. The relic is currently at St. Bride Catholic Church in the South Shore area and will remain there until Thursday, July 21st (depature time TBD so make sure to check the website in advance if you are planning to go on Thursday). From there the relic will move to St. Ita Catholic Church in the Edgewater neighborhood of Chicago and will be available for veneration from July 22nd to August 3rd.
Mother Teresa is well known and much beloved for her work with the poor. She will be canonized on September 4, 2016.
You can see a full list of relics on tour on our Relics and Events page here.
Mother Teresa, pray for us!