The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Foreword and Acknowledgments, and Introduction

• Christopher Hitchens explains that he wrote this book to give an unbiased and irreverent perspective of Mother Teresa.

• Mother Teresa appeared in a photo praising "parasite of the poor," Michele Duvalier.

• Mother Teresa accepted a $10,000 donation from John-Roger, a man who claims to be greater than Jesus Christ.

• Hillary Clinton and Mother Teresa exchanged visits that resulted in extravagances for Hillary's benefit instead of for the needy, and in a Washington D.C. slum sinking into greater poverty.

• Christopher Hitchens describes Mother Teresa as a political operative, primitive sermonizer, and accomplice to worldly, secular powers.

A Miracle

• Mother Teresa gained international fame from Malcolm Muggeridge's documentary and later book both named "Something Special for God."

• When the author was given a tour of Mother Teresa's Calcutta orphanage by Mother Teresa, he was disappointed when she made a statement that implied that her life's...

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