Who Was Mother Teresa by Jim Gigliotti and Nancy Harrison, Paperback

  • Author: Jim Gigliotti
  • Illustrator: Nancy Harrison

SKU: 3566155

From her humble upbringings in Albania, Agnes Bojaxhiu lived a charitable life that has been an inspiration to many. Pledging herself to the religious order when she was 18, she chose the name Sister Teresa, after the patron saint of missionaries.
During her time teaching in India she witnessed violence and famine overtake the poor. She felt led by God to walk among the poor and help meet the needs throughout Calcutta. Her charity work erupted internationally, and her impact was felt throughout the land.
This simple and straightforward biography details the life and ministry of Mother Teresa in a way that is accessible to young readers.
Chapters include:
- Who Was Mother Teresa?
- Childhood
- Call to a Spiritual Life
- Leaving Home
- To India
- A Long Wait
- Into the Slums
- Poorest of the Poor
- Missionaries of Charity Goes Global
- Saint Among Us
- Timelines

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