The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. In the introduction, what does the author think happens to one's view of Mother Teresa when her life is looked at without awe or reverence?

The author thinks that, if looked at without awe or reverence, Mother Teresa's life looks ordinary and political. Her many accomplishments appear to have a design that is ambitious and ultimately self serving. The author compares her determination to be the founder of a new order to the accomplishments of St. Francis and St. Benedict.

2. What, according to the Introduction, were the author's difficulties in researching Mother Teresa's life?

The author's difficulties in researching Mother Teresa's life were in peoples' willingness to answer questions about her. The author also experienced the wrath of a morals campaigner who accused him and the others involved in his documentary of conspiring against the One True Faith.

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