Mother Teresa: No Greater Love, a documentary film on the life and legacy of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, premieres in Quebec, January 27, 2023, with English and French showings at all Cinémas Guzzo locations throughout the greater Montreal area. Produced to coincide with the 25th anniversary of her passing, the film features never-before-seen footage of the beloved saint, rare access to the work of her religious community, the Missionary of Charity, today, and deeply moving witness accounts of persons whose lives were forever changed because of their encounters with mother. 

“When I first met her, I felt as though I was seeing true humility,” said Jim Walhberg, who is featured in the film. “There was a sense for me that I was looking at the face of God. It was that profound for me. Her words changed my life.” 

The film reveals not just who Mother Teresa was, but how her singular vision to serve Christ through the poor is realized to this day through the religious order she founded.

“Mother Teresa and her sisters teach us that there are no expendable people,” said Patrick Kelly, executive producer of the film and Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus. “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, better place.”

Filmed on five continents, the feature-length 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.

“It is a privilege to broadcast such a moving film on our screens, especially one produced by the Knights of Columbus”, declared Vincenzo Guzzo, President & CEO of Cinémas Guzzo. “It will be an opportunity for many to witness the legacy of this inspiring saint, from those who want to celebrate her incredible journey to those who may not know her story. It is a source of personal joy for me.”

Mother Teresa: No Greater Love was produced by David Naglieri of the Knights of Columbus and features commentary from Robert Barron, bishop of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester and one of the world’s most popular Catholic YouTube personalities, Jim Wahlberg, filmmaker and humanitarian, Jim Towey, a trusted advisor and personal friend of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, postulator of Mother Teresa’s cause of canonization and originally from Winnipeg, and Patrick E. Kelly, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus.

Premiered at The Vatican on August 31, the film enjoyed box office success in the United States, becoming one of the highest grossing Catholic films of 2022. 

Learn more about the film and the saint at

Tickets available at Cinémas Guzzo as of January 27, 2023.


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