"To live in the same age in which a fellow member of the human family, a Catholic religious woman, so closely imitated Jesus is an extraordinary privilege...We can be extremely grateful to Father Eugene Palumbo for giving us a beautiful portrait of Mother Teresa of Calcutta a welcome biography, but much more fine insight into why she has become the best known and most influential woman of the twentieth century."- From the foreword ny Bishop Frank J. Roimer
"Without preaching or proselytizing, long time Salesian priest Eugene Palumbo offers readers of all faiths soul-nourishing inspiration to emulate the humility and benevolence of a com passionate, courageous nun who moved millions with meaningful words of wisdom and acts of mercy, love and kindness. "...a masterful portrait of a saintly, humble woman who was obviously sent by God to do His humanitarian work on earth."-Rosalie Longo, The Herald News
"This engaging biography of the 20th century's greatest saint is as sweet and simple as Mother Teresa herself. Father Palumbo catches her wisdom and wit beautifully. A must read for all those who are searching."-Rev.John Catoir
Father Eugene Palumbo has served the Society of Don Bosco as an educator and administrator in several high schools and the parish of the immaculate Heart of Mary in Mahwah, New Jersey. He is associate Editor of The Catholic Yearbook and a press correspondent for the Great Jubilee Year 2000. His writings include booklets on the Holy Year, ST. John Bosco and Highlights from the Diary of Pope John Paul II.
Softcover. 79 PP.