Mother Teresa – Youth

St. Teresa of Calcutta – Mother – As the old adage goes, beauty isn’t skin deep.  And yet, looking into her worn and fire-tried face, holding her tired and unrelenting hands, walking in her tattered and confident shoes – sure, perhaps beauty isn’t skin deep, but certainly, with all the force of its fight and vigor, beauty consumes the deepest part of the soul until it cannot but burst through the walls of humanity through acts of kindness and unfathomable generosity.

Super soft athletic grey tri-blend (50% Polyester/25% Cotton/25% Rayon) t-shirt.

Designed and printed in Columbus, OH.

 

$20.00

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Mother Teresa – Youth

$20.00

St. Teresa of Calcutta – Mother – As the old adage goes, beauty isn’t skin deep.  And yet, looking into her worn and fire-tried face, holding her tired and unrelenting hands, walking in her tattered and confident shoes – sure, perhaps beauty isn’t skin deep, but certainly, with all the force of its fight and vigor, beauty consumes the deepest part of the soul until it cannot but burst through the walls of humanity through acts of kindness and unfathomable generosity.

Super soft athletic grey tri-blend (50% Polyester/25% Cotton/25% Rayon) t-shirt.

Designed and printed in Columbus, OH.

 

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Vintage Style Mother Teresa T-shirt designed to inspire the Saints of tomorrow!

At her Canonization Mass, 4 September  2016, Pope Francis said, “Mother Teresa, in all aspects of her life, was a generous dispenser of divine mercy, making herself available for everyone through her welcome and defense of human life, those unborn and those abandoned and discarded.  She was committed to defending life, ceaselessly proclaiming that, ‘the unborn are the weakest, the smallest, the most vulnerable.’  She bowed down before those who were spent, left to die on the side of the road, seeing in them their God-given dignity; she made her voice heard before the powers of this world, so that they might recognize their guilt for the crime – the crimes of poverty they created.  For Mother Teresa, mercy was the ‘salt’ which gave flavor to her work, it was the ‘light’ which shone in the darkness of the many who no longer had tears to shed for their poverty and suffering.

Her mission to the urban and existential peripheries remains for us today an eloquent witness to God’s closeness to the poorest of the poor.  Today, I pass on this emblematic figure of womanhood and of consecrated life to the whole world of volunteers: may she be your model of holiness!  I think, perhaps, we may have some difficult in calling her ‘Saint Teresa’: her holiness is so near to us, so tender and so fruitful that we continual to spontaneously call her ‘Mother Teresa.’  May this tireless worker of mercy help us increasingly to understand that our only criterion for action is gratuitous love, free from every ideology and all obligations, offered freely to everyone without distinction of language, culture, race or religion.  Mother Teresa loved to say, ‘Perhaps I don’t speak their language, but I can smile.’  Let us carry her smile in our hearts and give it to those whom we meet along our journey, especially those who suffer.  In this way, we will open up opportunities of joy and hope for our many brothers and sisters who are discouraged and who stand in need of understanding and tenderness.”