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Mother Teresa: Seeker of Souls

Joseph Mathew (Author)
Synopsis In strife-ridden Albania, a twelve year old girl recognized her divine callings to be helping the poor and downtroden. By the age of seventeen she had taken the important decision of becoming a nun. In 1928 Sister Agnes, having devoted herself to her faith and given up her initial identity of Agnes Bojaxhiu, set sail for India. India would become her adopted homeland. By giving dignity to the downtrodden and comfort to the abandoned, this land would raise her the stature of the world-renowned Mother Teresa. The life of Mother Teresa is a fascinating odyssey. Her undeterred faith and conviction in her path is awe-inspiring and controversial. Twentieth century's perhaps best known 'living-saint' was a woman of mystery, whom few attempted to unveiled. This book brings to the reader a complete panoramic view of Mother Teresa--her life, her work, her followers and her critics.
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Title Mother Teresa: Seeker of Souls
Author Joseph Mathew
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Authors Press
Language: English
isbn 8172730217
length v+226p.
Subjects Biography