Mother Teresa Speaks her Mind
The class of 1982 hears from "the angel of Calcutta."
Some senior classes opt for levity, or substance cloaked in levity, from their Class Day guest speaker. The class of 1982 chose to hear a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who may one day be named a saint. Mother Teresa, who founded the Society of the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta in 1950, urged her audience to work for Jesus and to live virtuous lives themselves, and received a long, standing ovation from the unusually large crowd in Tercentenary Theatre.
For more on Mother Teresa’s speech, see this PDF from the July-August 1982 issue.
A transcription of the speech has been posted by Saint Catherine Labouré Church in San Diego.