Mother Teresa Home is the house that love built

by PAULA DE ANGELIS-STEIN
Thu, Oct 12th 2017 08:00 am
Daybreak TV Productions
On this month's `Our Daily Bread,` Father Paul D. Seil cooks at the Mother Teresa Home on Buffalo's East Side. (Courtesy of Daybreak TV Productions)
On this month's "Our Daily Bread," Father Paul D. Seil cooks at the Mother Teresa Home on Buffalo's East Side. (Courtesy of Daybreak TV Productions)

This month on "Our Daily Bread," host Father Paul D. Seil is out of his kitchen and traveling to 208 Stanislaus St., on Buffalo's East Side, to cook in and learn more about the Mother Teresa Home, which has been open for a little over a year now.  

Cheryl Calire, executive director of the Mother Teresa Home, lives at and runs this safe haven for women who have chosen life. While at the house, women have the opportunity to prepare themselves to become mothers through a variety of resources the home has to offer.

"The overall desire is to be able to have women who have chosen life, or are on the fence about choosing life because of finances or other personal issues, to have a place where they can stay, a sanctuary of sorts," Calire said. This house is not merely a ministry for Cheryl and her husband, David; it is a way of life. Living alongside these women, they become teachers, role models and confidants.  

Watch the full episode below

To learn more about the Mother Teresa Home, tune in to "Our Daily Bread" Saturday, Oct. 14, at 6:30 a.m. on WKBW-TV Channel 7. The menu will be inspired by the produce harvested from the garden at the house.

All the day's recipes can be found at www.odbtv.org and entire "Our Daily Bread" shows can be viewed on the Daybreak TV Productions YouTube Channel. Remember to "like" the Daybreak Facebook page and follow us on Instagram at daybreak716.

 

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