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“Mother Teresa, No Greater Love” movie night with barbecue and art sale
June 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
“Saint and Paint” – Barbecue, Art Auction and Movie Night
Knights of Columbus Council 8215 presents a fund-raising event Thursday, June 8 at the Cathedral of the Holy Family parish hall in Saskatoon, featuring a barbecue, art sale, and the showing of the movie “Mother Teresa: No Greater Love.” Proceeds will go to assist children of Ukrainian refugees.
There will also be a short talk by a nurse with direct experience of the war in Ukraine.
The schedule June 8 is:
- 5 p.m. welcome and art viewing
- 5:30 p.m. barbecued burgers and hotdogs (free-will donation)
- 7 p.m. movie showing of the unique film “Mother Teresa: No Greater Love”
- 9 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. – art auction (silent auction and table sails.) Everyone is welcome.
ART SALE – The event features some 70 pieces of art created by the Ursuline Sisters of Prelate, to be sold at silent auction, with all proceeds going towards sending the children of Ukrainian refugee families in Saskatoon to Blackstrap Youth Camp this summer, and to help them with cost of school supplies in the fall.
MOVIE – “Mother Teresa, No Greater Love” movie night – Knights of Columbus Council 8215 is proud to present a showing of the unique film “Mother Teresa: No Greater Love,” at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 8 in the parish hall at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road, Saskatoon.
This is a unique film that reveals both who Mother Teresa was, and how her singular vision to serve Christ through the poor is realized to this day, through the religious order she founded, the Missionaries of Charity. 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.
Everyone is welcome to this event – no ticket necessary (free-will offering.)