Fr. Jude Winkler, OFM, Conv.
The story of Mother Teresa's life, from childhood to her founding of the Sisters of Charity, to her holy death and beatification in 2003, can help youngsters of today reject the false notion that Catholic women are somehow second class citizens because they cannot attain the priesthood.
Mother Teresa was a great woman, acknowledged even by the secular world, and given the Nobel Peace Prize, for helping the most indigent castoffs of the modern day pagan Indian society.
32 pp., full color illustrations