Mother Teresa: The Authorized Biography

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Diane Publishing Company, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 231 pages
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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Navin Chawla, author of Mother Teresa did an excellent job in capturing the love and sensitivity of one of Christianity’s icons. St. Teresa was born on August 26, 1910, in Skopje, Yugoslavia, and in ... Read full review

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