Culture of Life Studies
Serving the Poorest of the Poor: St. Teresa of Calcutta (Printed Version)
Teach your students pro-life principles by sharing the life and works of St. Teresa of Calcutta. Through her work among the poorest of the poor, Mother Teresa gives us a concrete example of what it means to live out pro-life principles and reach out to those suffering in our own communities by performing the Corporal Works of Mercy. After all, being pro-life is about respecting and protecting the dignity of all human persons from the moment of creation forward.
St. Teresa of Calcutta is best known for her love of the poor, but she was also a staunch defender of preborn children and took every opportunity to remind others of their value. This lesson assists parents and teachers in explaining how to live out the Corporal Works of Mercy, thereby laying a strong pro-life foundation for students.
Recommended for 5th grade and up.
Use this lesson to supplement a history or religion course.Purchase of printed lesson includes
- Overview of the life of Saint Teresa of Calcutta
- Lecture notes about the Corporal Works of Mercy and building a culture of life through serving others
- 4 bonus puzzles for reinforcement
- Bonus digital download of the lesson
Permission to use this lesson is granted to the immediate family or classroom of the original purchaser. Schools with more than one classroom using this lesson should purchase additional copies. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: After ordering, you will receive a download link for your digital lesson packet via e-mail. Your printed lesson will arrive in your mailbox within one week of ordering.