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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did the fifteen year old boy dying of a kidney complaint in the Home for the Dying need to save him?
(a) An operation.
(b) Purified water.
(c) Dialysis.
(d) An IV drip.

2. According to the Introduction, Haiti is the property of a callous and greedy _________.
(a) Predatory class.
(b) Cartel.
(c) Despot.
(d) Millitary.

3. What did Mother Teresa say to the author about her orphanage?
(a) This is how we fight abortion and contraception.
(b) This is where everyone is wanted.
(c) This is He and not I.
(d) There can never be enough.

4. Which category of patients is Ms. Elgy Gillespie, author, journalist and sometime editor of The San Francisco Review of books, experienced in caring for?
(a) AIDS.
(b) Cancer.
(c) Leprosy.
(d) Tuberculosis.

5. What 1971 book claims that Mother Teresa performed a miracle?
(a) Something Beautiful for God.
(b) Helping the Poor.
(c) Caring for All God's Children.
(d) Protector of the Sick.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who is the leader of MSIA?

2. ________ is the name of the author's Channel Four documentary that aired in Britain in the autumn of 1994.

3. During an interview with Malcolm Muggeridge, what did Mother Teresa say our works were an expression of?

4. In the Foreword and Acknowledgments, what does the author suggest Mother Teresa was?

5. What impression, according to the author, was essential to Muggeridge's project?

Short Essay Questions

1. What was surprising about what Mother Teresa used Malcolm Muggeridge's donation for?

2. Explain what the author believes the poorest of the poor are to Mother Teresa.

3. What is the premise for the Catholic Church's missionary work?

4. Why does the author dislike Mother Teresa's campaign for the Church's procreation policies?

5. What was Mother Teresa's relationship with Charles Keating?

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

7. What are foreign doctors' feelings about the Home for the Dying?

8. Why does the author write that the name of Mother Teresa's facility, "The Gift of Love," is tactfully named?

9. What obscures the amount of money Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity possess?

10. What are causes of Calcutta's overpopulation?

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