Left side: Top to bottom: Father Brian Kolodiejchuk, the postulator for Mother Teresa's canonization cause; Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly of the Knights of Columbus; and director David Naglieri; also shown, at right: an image of Mother Teresa, the subject of the new documentary. (photo: Carmel Communications/Knights of Columbus)
The postulator of St. Teresa’s cause, the Knights of Columbus’ supreme knight and an award-winning director discuss inspiring forthcoming film.
By Joseph Pronechen, EWTN News, September 18, 2022
Joseph Pronechen is staff writer with the National Catholic Register since 2005 and before that a regular correspondent for the paper.
With the much-anticipated film Mother Teresa: No Greater Love set to play on 960 screens early next month, three of the principle people responsible for this new documentary, debuting in the 25th-anniversary year of the saint’s death, shared insights and hopes about the film with the Register: Father Brian Kolodiejchuk of the Missionaries of Charity and postulator of the cause of canonization for Mother Teresa; Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly of the Knights of Columbus; and award-winning filmmaker David Naglieri.
“The witness of Mother Teresa is a timeless witness,” said Kelly, who describes the film as a work for all ages: …