Mother Teresa: The Authorized Biography

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Diane Publishing Company, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 231 pages
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Mother Teresa offered love & compassion to the poorest of the poor in the slums of Calcutta, London, N.Y., & in the shadow of the Vatican itself. In recognition of her unique work, the world gave her its highest honors & awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize. These she accepted only in the name of the poor, whom she & her Missionaries of Charity so devotedly serve. Here, Navin Chawla tells Mother Teresa's story with great sensitivity & perception. He knew her for many years; he had access to rare documents & letters; he spoke to many of her friends & helpers--but, most importantly of all, he had Mother Teresa's full cooperation & active involvement throughout his work on this book. The result is an authoritative biography of one of the most extraordinary lives of our time. Memorial Edition 1910-1997.

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