Video of the Week: Sister Cyril of Calcutta

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Video of the Week

Aug 12, 2011
Sister Cyril of Calcutta

Sister Cyril of Calcutta

As principal of Loreto School in Calcutta, Irish Catholic nun Sister Cyril has worked some real-world miracles. Her school serves 1,500 female students, of which 721 are so poor that they need food, medicine, and even money to meet the rent. By bringing children together like this, she is showing a way for middle class schools to integrate the poor living around them into their educational mainstream, to their mutual benefit. When Sister Cyril was awarded the Padmashri, India’s highest civilian award, for having served over 450,000 street children, she was asked about her message to people. She immediately responded: “Give what you have received freely and the reward is hundred-fold.”
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