Praying with Mother Teresa

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Word Among Us Press, Jul 30, 2000 - Religion - 130 pages
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A self-described "pencil" in God's hand and tireless servant of humanity, Mother Teresa never lost her focus on Jesus Christ, her light and her life. This saintly woman of God worked unceasingly for peace, not as a politician or grandiose leader, but as a humble, poor nun in the slums of Calcutta. Her unending joy in life and love for God and Jesus Christ radiated from her to touch millions around the world. From her words, her wisdom, her work, and especially the example of her life, we can draw strength and inspiration to help create the Reign of God on earth.

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Contents

Series Foreword
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Introduction 23
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Meditations
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Copyright

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Author of many articles and ten books, among them the best-selling Bold Prayers from the Heart, Jean Maalouf holds a doctorate in philosophy from the Paris-Sorbonne University and is a member of the American Teilhard Association.

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