Mother Teresa of Calcutta has been one of the most beloved figures of the 1900s, foundress of a congregation whose purpose is to serve the neediest. The endless flourishing of books, essays, articles and biographies testify to the fascination that the figure of this saint continues to exert twenty-five years after her death. Her death in 1997 caused a great commotion throughout the world.
Pope Francis has chosen to canonize Mother Teresa in the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, and this has not been a simple coincidence. Who better than her could represent the tenderness full of mercy of the Father? Who better than her could remember it to us, blind vagabonds of the ephemeral who seek water to drink, we disillusioned who believe in nothing, but who keep a wounded need, faceless and nameless, in the depths of our hearts?
This book shows us her secret and in some way unpublished aspects. The author has carried out an extremely precise work on the sources, in particular she wanted to delve into the interior dimension of the saint, highlighting unpublished aspects of her personality and her secret spiritual life.
“A beautiful, moving, very intense book, the most beautiful on Mother Teresa of Calcutta, and I have read them all.
What is more about this book than the others? First, it has been written with poetry. In a warm, refined, elegant style, the subject is treated with great attention to particular details, it is seen that the author has made very deep inquiries.
The result is a splendid portrait of Mother Teresa, a reading that nourishes the soul”. (Peter, Amazon Verified Customer)
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