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📒The Love That Made Saint Teresa ✍ David Scott
📝The Love that Made Saint Teresa Book Synopsis : Part biography, part spiritual reading, this beautifully written book brings to light little-known stories from the extraordinary life of Saint Teresa of Calcutta. Here you will meet the woman who challenged the ancient Goddess of Death to become the first saint of our global village. You will learn of the remarkable mystical visions that led her to start the Missionaries of Charity. You will read, in lines drawn from her secret letters, about her long dark night of the soul. And you will discover the infinite love that enabled her to shine through the clouds of despair and suffering that she encountered as she gave herself to God’s work. Let Saint Teresa be your guide, as through this book she shows how you too can receive and radiate the love of Christ in the ordinary events of your life.
📒Mother Teresa ✍ Candice Ransom
📝Mother Teresa Book Synopsis : Describes the early life of Mother Teresa, and how what she learned about helping others led her to become a nun, to found the Missionaries of Charity, and to become famous for her work.
📒Mother Teresa Of Calcutta ✍ Francine Bay
📝Mother Teresa of Calcutta Book Synopsis : Saint Teresa of Calcutta lived a heroic life of charity dedicated to spreading God's love to those poor and most in need. From her earliest days in her native Albania to the day she died in her adopted city of Calcutta, Mother Teresa saw Jesus in the eyes of those who were abandoned, unwanted, and dying. Regardless of a person's race or religion, Saint Teresa of Calcutta reached out with unconditional love to everyone God placed in her path. This lavishly illustrated book for children 9 years and up tells the inspiring story of her life and how this one small, simple woman, with deep faith and love, made a huge impact on the world for good. Mother Teresa will be canonized a saint by Pope Francis on September 4, 2016. With Mother Teresa as our model and intercessor, we can reshape the world in which we live by loving our families, friends, and neighbors in the way Jesus has asked. As Mother Teresa said, "Holiness grows so fast where there is kindness."
📒A Call To Mercy ✍ Mother Teresa
📝A Call to Mercy Book Synopsis : A collection of unpublished material from the woman of faith explores showing compassion in daily life and includes prayers and suggestions for putting these ideas into practice.
📒Love Letters From The Heart Of God ✍ Tamara Joy Lee, PhD
📝Love Letters from the Heart of God Book Synopsis : Love Letters from the Heart of God invites you to hear words of love spoken from the heart of God to your heart. For three decades Tamara Lee has cultivated listening to the voice of God and carefully recording exactly what she hears. These letters convey the message that God’s thoughts toward you are loving, merciful, and kind. God is a good God who cares deeply about you. God wants you to know you are loved and adored beyond anything you could ever imagine. God lavishes love upon you and will love you to wholeness. In this fast-paced world addicted to multitasking, you are encouraged to make room for God in the inn of your heart. Here the author describes her process of receiving and recording words from God and gives instructions to guide you in hearing the voice of God. Through Love Letters from the Heart of God, you can know God is wildly in love with you; experience God’s love in a refreshing, new way; be transformed by the power of God’s love for you; be encouraged to share the love of God; and receive fresh revelation about the true nature of God.
📒Apostle Of Love ✍ Rukmini Chawla
📝Apostle Of Love Book Synopsis : ‘I see God in every human being. When I wash the leper's wounds, I feel I am nursing the Lord himself. Is it not a beautiful experience?’ —Mother Teresa Born in a country far from the city which she would make her home, Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu dreamt of coming to Calcutta to serve the poorest of the poor. Two decades later, she single-handedly started the Missionaries of Charity, an organization which has today come to embody the values of compassion and care in a world of suffering. Mother Teresa won the Nobel Peace Prize and has been beatified by Pope John Paul II. But it is not for this that she is remembered. It is for her love and dedicated work which transformed millions of lives—abandoned children, those afflicted with leprosy, the destitute and the dying—that Mother Teresa is already a saint in the hearts of people in India and abroad. In this touching biography, Rukmini Chawla, who has been associated with Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity from an early age, provides an intimate insight into a truly extraordinary life, and looks at how the amazing institution she founded continues her work.
📒Conversations With Mother Teresa ✍ Renzo Allegri
📝Conversations with Mother Teresa Book Synopsis : Conversations with Mother Teresa is a lively and personal portrait of this modern-day saint that captures Mother Teresa’s vision, energy, determination, and great love for Jesus in the poorest of the poor. Italian Journalist Renzo Allegri relates his impressions upon meeting this “diminutive woman in love with God” in a way that makes us feel as if we were there with him. He also includes lesser known stories about her life: her Albanian family and the hope she never realized of seeing her mother and sister again; her successful plan to place a miraculous medal in the Kremlin; and the suffering she felt when leaving her convent to launch her new mission. All who read this book will share Allegri’s admiration and amazement of Blessed Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity she founded, which he calls “an army that defies the impossible.” “Renzo Allegri shared a special openness and intimacy with Blessed Mother Teresa that took their conversations far beyond the usual inquisitiveness of ordinary reporters. Although she often dismissed questions from the merely curious, she opened her heart to Allegri. This book will not only lift up your soul, but it will also challenge you to love the way Blessed Teresa did.” —Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, author, speaker, and EWTN host
📒An Unquenchable Thirst ✍ Mary Johnson
📝An Unquenchable Thirst Book Synopsis : At seventeen, Mary Johnson saw a photo of Mother Teresa on the cover of TIME magazine, and experienced her calling. Eighteen months later she entered a convent in the South Bronx, to begin her religious training. Not without difficulty, this boisterous, independent-minded teenager eventually adapted to the sisters' austere life of poverty and devotion, but beneath the white-and-blue sari an ordinary woman faced the struggles we all share, with the desires of love and connection, meaning and identity. During her years as a Missionary of Charity, Mary Johnson rose quickly through the ranks and came to work alongside Mother Teresa. Mary grapped with her faith, her desires for intimacy, the politics of the order and her complicated relationship with Mother Teresa. Finally, she made the hard, life-changing decision to leave the order to find her own path, and eventually to leave the Church altogether. The story of this compellingly honest woman will speak to anyone who has ever grappled with the mysteries and wonders of life and faith.
📒Treatise On The Love Of God ✍ Saint Francis of Sales
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📒Mother Teresa ✍ Gëzim Alpion
📝Mother Teresa Book Synopsis : Mother Teresa was one of the most written about and publicised women in modern times. Apart from Pope John Paul II, she was arguably the most advertised religious celebrity in the last quarter of the twentieth century. During her lifetime as well as posthumously, Mother Teresa continues to generate a huge level of interest and heated debate. Gëzim Alpion explores the significance of Mother Teresa to the mass media, to celebrity culture, to the Church and to various political groups. A section explores the ways different vested interests have sought to appropriate her after her death, and also examines Mother Teresa's own attitude to her childhood and to the Balkan conflicts in the 1980s and 1990s. This book sheds a new and fascinating light upon this remarkable and influential woman, which will intrigue followers of Mother Teresa and those who study the vagaries of stardom and celebrity culture.