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Mother Teresa understood what it meant to thirst for God, and she poured out her life on behalf of God, whom she saw in the poorest of the poor. In each of these 365 daily readings, you will encounter the woman who yearned to know God above all else and whose words point the way for those who long to quench that same thirst.
This collection of short stories, prayers, and meditations come from the heart of Mother Teresa—a heart filled with a humble surrender to Jesus, a love for souls, and a simple joy in service to others. As you feast on these daily reflections, you will discover the secrets of a life fully surrendered to God.
Born in 1910, Mother Teresa of Calcutta was a nun and Catholic missionary. She taught in India for 17 years before founding the Missionaries of Charity, an organization that ministers to the world’s impoverished and destitute. In 1979, she received the Nobel Peace Price for her humanitarian work. Mother Teresa died in September 5, 1997, and was beatified in October 2003.
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