Mother Teresa was one of the most revered women of the 20th century. Adored by millions, her Missionaries of Charity organization aided thousands of poor, sick, orphaned, and dying individuals in Calcutta, India, and she was beatified by the Catholic Church in 2003 for her ministry. Originally published in 1971, this heartfelt biography first brought Mother Teresa’s works and spirit to the attention of the western world. It features transcripts of conversations with Mother Teresa as well as a bevy of photographs illustrating her life-long role as a humanitarian. Wonderfully intimate and touching, this is an inspirational look at one of history’s most beloved and giving individuals.