New Film on the Life of Mother Teresa to Premiere in the Theaters

No Greater Love

Twenty-five years after Mother Teresa's death, Fathom Events will present an exclusive two-day only event, "Mother Teresa: No Greater Love," in theaters Monday, Oct. 3 and Tuesday, Oct. 4. The film is part of Fathom Events' "Saint Series," a curated collection of films chronicling the lives of Catholic saints.

"Mother Teresa taught us that there are no expendable people," Knights of Columbus Supreme Knight Patrick E. Kelly said. "Everyone we encounter is made in the image of God. So, when she was feeding the hungry or holding the hands of someone as they lay dying, she was treating them as she would the most important person in her life, Jesus Christ himself. And, in all of this, she was teaching us to have a heart that sees, and if we can learn to see as she did, the world would be a radically different and, I would say, better place." 

Produced by the Knights of Columbus, filmed on five continents and featuring unprecedented access to both institutional archives and the apostolates of the Missionaries of Charity, "Mother Teresa: No Greater Love" chronicles the life of Mother Teresa and the profound spiritual and physical impact she and the Missionaries of Charity have had - and continue to have - on Catholics and non-Catholics alike throughout the world. The documentary also addresses Mother Teresa's admitted periods of spiritual darkness while serving the poorest of the poor, and her friendship with another revered saint, Pope John Paul II.

"Mother Teresa's incredible acts of kindness changed the world," said Ray Nutt, CEO of Fathom Events. "We are proud to partner with the Knights of Columbus to bring this film to theaters nationwide and hope that it can not only shine a light on this saint of our times but to change lives in the process."

"Mother Teresa: No Greater Love" is produced by David Naglieri of the Knights of Columbus and features commentary from prominent Catholics, such as Patrick E. Kelly, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus; Bishop Robert Barron of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester and founder of the Catholic ministerial organization Word on Fire; Jim Wahlberg, filmmaker and humanitarian; Fr. Donald Haggerty, a priest of the Archdiocese of New York; Jim Towey, a trusted advisor and personal friend of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, and author of "To Love and Be Loved: A Personal Portrait of Mother Teresa"; and Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, postulator of Mother Teresa's cause of canonization and author of three books on Mother Teresa.

Tickets for "Mother Teresa: No Greater Love" can be purchased online by visiting Fathom Events or at participating theater box offices. For a complete list of theater locations, visit the Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change). Groups of 25 or more can reserve tickets, including entire showtimes in select cities, here.



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