Wednesday, November 02, 2016
Excellent, Inspiring Book!
I had not read anything written by her, and I must say I was overwhelmed with her writing. This book CANNOT be read in one sitting, a chapter cannot be read in its entirety, you can only read this book, section by section, maybe even page by page.
There is so much richness in this book. This is a collection of her words, teachings, prayers, as well as comments and testimonies from people who knew her well.
This book is organized from the collection of letters, speeches and interviews she gave. There are 14 chapters in which they are broken down according to the 7 corporal and 7 spiritual works of mercy. Each chapter has a brief intrdouction, then Her Words, then the Testimonies of others about her, and finally there is a reflection and prayer.
The greater impact for me were the words of Mother Teresa. The testimonies were nice and added to the book, but I greatly appreciated her words and point of view.
A Call to Mercy is an excellent book, which helps the reader to know Mother Teresa through her words, as well as those of others.
I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for an open and honest review.
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