Item description for Loving Jesus: Mother Teresa by Mother Teresa of Calcutta & Jose Luis Gonzalez-Balado...
Overview Mother Teresa shares the heart of Jesus in a way that will inspire Christians to love those who are forgotten and neglected--the needy and poor, the lonely and unappreciated. She also speaks eloquently of the scourge of AIDS, the tragedy of abortion, and the need to provide for abandoned children.
Publishers Description Mother Teresa shares the heart of Jesus in a way that will inspire you to love those who are forgotten and neglected-no matter where they live. Besides Mother Teresa's reflections on the poor and sick, "Loving Jesus" includes a wide-ranging interview with Mother Teresa and a biographical sketch pinpointing important developments in her life. "Loving Jesus" is not simply the title of a book but a way of life for Mother Teresa. It will encourage you to follow her example. A Servant Book.
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Studio: Servant Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4" Height: 7" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1991
Publisher Servant Publications
ISBN 0892836768 ISBN13 9780892836765
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More About Mother Teresa of Calcutta & Jose Luis Gonzalez-Balado
Born in Skopje in 1910, MOTHER TERESA joined the Sisters of Loreto in Dublin in 1928 and was sent to India, where she began her novitiate. She taught at St. Mary's High School in Calcutta from 1931 to 1948, until leaving the Loreto order to begin the Missionaries of Charity. Through her sisters, brothers, and priests, her service of the poorest of the poor spread all around the world. She won many awards, including the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize. After her death in 1997, the process for her sainthood was quickly begun and she was beatified in 2003.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta was born in 1910 and died in 1997.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Loving Jesus?
Mother Teresa Jul 20, 2003
A simply written, yet very challenging, short book that captures Mother Teresa's thoughts and words of inspiration over her many years of service in India. It is great for devotional reading and reflection.... My favorite quote is: "The fruit of prayer is faith. Prayer leads us to say: 'I believe'. The fruit of faith is love. Faith leads us to say: 'I love'. The fruit of love is service. Love leads us to say: 'I want to serve'. And the fruit of service is peace.
Spiritual nourishment and a call to action Jul 17, 2003
Like all of Mother Teresa's words, this book is penetrated by deep love, devotion, and practicality. If you wonder how to love your neighbor as Christ loves you, or what it means to see Jesus in the Other, then this book is a great read.
My only complaint is that since it is a collection of her speeches and an interview, the anecdotes are almost all the same, lending itself to much repetition. Even so, her words bear repeated reading and contemplation as they are born out of a lifetime of prayer and sacrificial love.
I would suggest that you buy her "A Simple Path" before this one.
You may also enjoy "Father Arseny" as an incredible true tale of a man who burned with the love of Christ in Soviet prison camps.
excellent, thought provoking, and perspective changing Jun 10, 1999
Mother Theresa brings a new perspective on how each person we come into contact with is Jesus. This book will not only bring you to a more compassionate view for the poor, but also for those around you- wherever you are. Take your time and read it through slowly to get all that you can out of it. She has a powerful message for each person on their journey wherever that might be.