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Mother Teresa: Life & Words
This book is an anthology of 200 quotes from Mother Teresa and 57 facts about Mother Teresa.
“Everything that is not given is lost.”
“Peace begins with a smile.”
“I... More > fear just one thing: Money! Greed was what motivated Judas to sell Jesus”
“We are all pencils in the hand of God.”
“Work without love is slavery.”
“A clean heart is a free heart. A free heart can love Christ with an undivided love in chastity, convinced that nothing and nobody will separate it from his love. Purity, chastity, and virginity created a special beauty in Mary that attracted God’s attention.”
Mother Teresa was born on 27 August 1910, in Skopje, Macedonia.
Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Mother Teresa was revered by many Catholics as a living saint.
Her brother has a military career and she used his career to explain that he was serving a king of a couple million subjects; she was serving the king of “the whole world”.
Pope John Paul II was a friend of Mother Teresa.< Less
"Seeing" with Mother Teresa
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A book of photographs and words of wisdom from Mother Teresa. This book is a journal to review alone or with community. It is a journal for your inspirational moments. We must value our dignity as we... More > must value the dignity of others. Mother Teresa taught as these lessons so well.< Less
Mother Teresa: A Life Divine
Mother Teresa began her missionary work with the poor in 1948, replacing her traditional Loreto habit with a simple white cotton sari decorated with a blue border. Mother Teresa adopted Indian... More > citizenship, spent a few months in Patna to receive a basic medical training in the Holy Family Hospital and then ventured out into the slums. Initially she started a school in Motijhil (Calcutta); soon she started tending to the needs of the destitute and starving. In the beginning of 1949 she was joined in her effort by a group of young women and laid the foundations to create a new religious community helping the "poorest among the poor".< Less
The Mystery of Mother Teresa and Sainthood
19th of October 2003..the D-Day at Vatican..the stage was set announce Mother Teresa as a Saint for her “miraculous cure” done to Monica Besra, a village girl from India.
But that was... More > never to be!
Prabir Ghosh, the General Secretary of the Science & Rationalist’s Association of India stood in between and perhaps executed The Most Shocking “Upset” of the Decade!..
All meticulous planning by the catholic order was foiled by him who led the unparalleled investigation with stunning courage to ensure the victory of science over superstitions.
The entire story which began in 2002 is revealed here…a guidebook even for the best of investigation services.
It’s News behind the news!
Stunning reaction from the news media… TIME, BBC, New York Times, Reuter, AFP, AP, PTI… reported the Rationalists’ view with utmost magnitude.< Less
Journey of Hope - Authorized by Mother Teresa
Newly updated and tablet friendly formatting. Over 300 pages with 100 pictures from Ana's journey to Calcutta. A tremendously inspiring message, which is both captivating and uplifting. The author... More > Ana Ganza has captured the essence and the indomitable spirit of saintly Mother Teresa, an attribute which could only be garnered by one who actually shared life's experiences with the living saint (at the time). Ana's voice is the voice of truth echoing in the vast reaches of Calcutta among the poorest of the poor with Mother Teresa. Her sensitivity for the poor, her spirituality and genuine love and candid respect for Mother Teresa shone as a powerful beacon of light in her Journey of Hope. Hers is a joyful work of love, her personal spiritual journey which speaks directly to the heart, and draws the reader with a magnetic force into the thought, action, and profound faith of the Saintly Mother. One cannot resist being moved by this touching and unique treasure.< Less
Mother Teresa Is not in Heaven and Hitler Is not in Hell
The title of the book is not a judgment on either person. It is a fact based on the scriptures in the Bible. Many of the Christian beliefs and practices have their origins in ancient and... More > mid-evil pagan religious practices instituted when the Roman Empire made Christianity their official religion. This book looks at beliefs on the soul, the spirit, heaven and hell, the Devil, and life after death. It compares contemporary Christian belief with what is actually written in the Bible. You will be surprised what Christians say is true and what the Bible actually says!< Less
Mother Teresa Is Not In Heaven And Hitler Is Not In Hell
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The title of the book is not a judgment on either person. It is a fact based on the scriptures in the Bible.
Many of the Christian beliefs and practices have their origins in ancient and... More > mid-evil pagan religious practices instituted when the Roman Empire made Christianity their official religion.
This book looks at beliefs on the soul, the spirit, heaven and hell, the Devil, and life after death. It compares contemporary Christian belief with what is actually written in the Bible. You will be surprised what Christians say is true and what the Bible actually says!< Less
Mother Teresa, in My Own Words Study Guide
The Mother Teresa, in My Own Words Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Mother Teresa, in My Own Words by Mother Teresa. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter... More > Summaries & Analysis, Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Mother Teresa, in My Own Words.< Less
The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus
The Life of St. Teresa of Jesus, by St. Teresa of Avila (herself) 1515-1582. This ebook covers her childhood, including the death of her mother; being placed in a monestery and later becoming a Nun;... More > rescuing a priest from a life of sin; the means whereby Jesus gave her light in her darkness and made her strong in her goodness;the Graces she received in her prayer etc.< Less
A Chain of Love: Sharing in the Work of Mother Teresa Through Prayer and Suffering
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This book is a direct response to Mother Teresa's request that some of the letters of those who share in her work and the work of her Sisters and Brothers through prayer and suffering should be... More > published. It is the story of the spiritual friendship between Mother Teresa and Jacqueline de Decker, a Belgian woman who, unable to work in India because of a spinal disease, became the first of thousands of spiritual links throughout the world who offer joyfully a life of suffering in support of the active work of the Missionaries of Charity. Mother Teresa's letters, Jacqueline de Decker's and the life stories of those afflicted with every conceivable disease, bear powerful witness to the belief that "Suffering in itself is nothing, but suffering accepted and borne together is joy".< Less