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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 52

Size: 27 x 21 x 0.5 cm

Publisher: Veritas

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Mother Teresa of Kolkata

by Didier Chardez

€9.99

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'Jesus is still suffering. He is hidden here in the most terrible poverty and among the poorest of the poor.’



What would you do if you saw terrible suffering just outside your classroom window? Mother Teresa listened to God’s call and left teaching behind to go help the poor in the slums of India. Caring for those whom society had forgotten, she brought the love of Jesus to them – one person at a time. Go with Mother Teresa as she travels from the crowded streets of Kolkata to a meeting with the pope at the Vatican, through the war zones of Lebanon to the halls of the United Nations.



Mother Teresa of Kolkata: Saint among the Poor is an exquisitely illustrated graphic novel featuring text written in conjunction with Monsignor Leo Maasburg, a close friend of Mother Teresa, who acted as her spiritual advisor and translator for many years. He travelled with her in India, Rome, and on many journeys ranging from Moscow to Cuba to New York.

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