Mother Teresa Traveling Exhibit & Relic

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A traveling exhibit depicting the life of St. Mother Teresa is visiting the Archdiocese of Atlanta through the end of November.  The exhibit includes 75 full color panels from the Missionaries of Charity and is presented in both English and Spanish.  The exhibit includes a first class relic that will be available for veneration.  Pilgrims are encouraged to bring an item such as a Rosary to touch to the relic (making your item a 3rd class relic!).  The Missionaries of Charity ask for your prayer intentions in lieu of donations.

EXHIBIT SCHEDULE

Please note, schedule is subject to change.  Please check with the individual Parish to confirm schedule before planning your visit.

September 26-29, 2016 – St. Thomas More School, Decatur, GA

September 29-October 3, 2016 –. St. Monica Church, Duluth, GA,  Relic available for public veneration and intercession after daily Masses and all day Saturday and Sunday

October 5-12, 2016 – Holy Spirit Church, Atlanta, GA

October 14-17, 2016 – St. Bernadette Church, Cedartown, GA

October 17-24, 2016- San Felipe de Jesus Mission, Forest Park, GA

October 28-November 2, 2016-  Immaculate Heart of Mary Church,  Atlanta, GA

November 3-6, 2016 – St. Andrew Church, Roswell, GA

November 26-28, 2016- St. Mary Mother of God Church, Jackson, GA

Mother Teresa is well known and much beloved for her work with the poor.  She was 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!

 

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