What makes you happy?
For St. Teresa of Calcutta, real happiness meant living among the poorest people of the world. It meant caring for people who were sick or covered with sores. It meant holding the hand of a dying person or taking care of orphans as her own children.
Put the Scripture passages in this book together with the story of St. Teresa of Calcutta, also known as Mother Teresa. You’ll start to understand how this beautiful saint found happiness as she changed the world—one person at a time.
An ideal tool for families, catechism classes and parishes to know Mother Teresa better.