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When called to serve by God, she responded like no other in modern times. Her phenomenal labors on behalf of the poor, unwanted and needy earned her the name "the Saint of the Gutters." For over 50 years, Mother Teresa dedicated herself to the "poorest of the poor." The order she founded the Missionaries of Charity grew to encompass over 3,000 members working in 25 countries. She earned countless accolades and awards, yet as her fame and influence grew, she remained unchanged, giving all she had to help the least fortunate. Join BIOGRAPHY for a loving look at the inspiring life of Mother Teresa. This moving portrait is highlighted by interviews with those who knew her from unwanted orphans to world leaders and extensive footage from her long life of service. From her childhood in Yugoslavia to the Nobel Peace Prize, this is the definitive profile of a life of devotion Mother Teresa.
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Mother Teresa became such a saintly icon during her lifetime that many people forgot she was a flesh-and-blood human. But this particularly well done A&E Biography segment examines the temporal reality as well as the good works of the nun who devoted her life to the poorest of the world's poor. The video traces her life from her birth in Macedonia in 1910 to her death--forever entwined with that of Princess Diana--in September 1997, as well as all the milestones in between: her unwavering devotion, even as a child; her founding of the Missionaries of Charity; her work among the castoffs in India's worst slums; and her Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Interviews with many who worked with her help round out the familiar images--Mother Teresa caressing a dying child; Mother Teresa lecturing a spellbound UN Assembly; Mother Teresa visiting with virtually every contemporary head of state. In the end, the segment underscores how much prayer and utter devotion to God were Mother Teresa's guiding forces, and how the rest of her life's work were merely earthly manifestations of them. It's not surprising that thousands of young women have flocked to Mother Teresa's Spartan order while other orders are dwindling--sources of true inspiration are hard to come by in this day and age, but Mother Teresa is the genuine article. --Anne HurleyFrom the Back Cover:
She responded to her calling like no other in modern times. Her phenomenal labors on behalf of the poor, unwanted and needy earned her the name "the saint of the gutters."
For over 50 years, Mother Teresa dedicated herself to the "poorest of the poor." The order she founded, the Missionaries of Charity, grew to encompass over 4,000 members working in 25 countries. She earned countless accolades and awards--yet as her fame grew, she remained unchanged, giving all she had to help the least fortunate. Join Biography® for a portrait highlighted by interviews with those who knew her--from unwanted orphans to Archbishops--and featuring extensive footage from Mother Teresa's long life of service.
From her childhood in Macedonia to the Nobel Peace Prize, this is the definitive profile of one of the spiritual giants of the 20th Century--Mother Teresa.
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