THE PRESIDENT'S WORDS AND ACTIONS
- Newsweek Trashes Mother Teresa. O'Reilly, Bill // Human Events;10/8/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 34, p21
The author comments on a "Newsweek" magazine story by atheist Christopher Hitchens about Mother Teresa's crisis of faith, which she articulated in a number of letters to confidants. The author states that Hitchens, who had previously blasted the nun over abortion and birth control, wrote a nasty...
- Letters. Hamdy, Freddie C.; Fernando, Mahendra; Lane-Smith, R.; Fitzgerald, M.; Lawson, Jerry; Greaney, William; Mathy, Frank; Shelmerdine, Dominic; Sudan, R. K.; Thong Vi Lam; Radzka, Katarzyna; Ehrlich, Paul R.; Economides, Michael; Economides, Christine; Novick, Grace; Schwartz, Richard H.; Jones, Tom; Blake, John; Rethman, Mike // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);10/29/2007 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 150 Issue 18, p14
Letters to the editor are presented regarding the article "The Dogmatic Doubter" (September 10, 2007) about Mother Teresa, "A New Job for Ban Ki-moon" (September 10., 2007) about the United Nations secretary general, and "Radicals on the Run" (July 2, 2007) about terrorism.
- A British TV team provides relief at last for Mother Teresa's ominous popularity. Byfield, Ted; Byfield, Virginia // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;11/28/94, Vol. 21 Issue 50, p38
Addresses a headline in the Alberta newspaper `Edmonton Sun' which reads `Mother Teresa called Hell's Angel.' What a film denounces her as; How this must come as a relief for her; What the New Testament says about persecution.
- Management lesson. Bennet, Michael C. // Machine Design;12/11/97, Vol. 69 Issue 23, p207
Suggests few lessons in management from the late Mother Teresa. How Mother Teresa built world-class organization in less than 50 years; Meeting with the world leaders without the help of personal relation firms of lobbyists.
- Who will succeed Mother Teresa? Malcolm, Teresa // National Catholic Reporter;10/04/96, Vol. 32 Issue 42, p7
Reports on the speculations concerning Mother Teresa's possible successor as head of the Missionaries of Charity.
- Mother Teresa to step down. // National Catholic Reporter;1/24/97, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p7
Reports on the decision of Mother Teresa to step down as superior general of the Missionaries of Charity due to ailing health.
- Sr. Nirmala chosen to lead. // National Catholic Reporter;3/21/97, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p8
Reports that Sister Nirmala, a Hindu convert to Roman Catholicism, has succeeded Mother Teresa as head of the Missionaries of Charity on March 13, 1997.
- Mother Teresa to travel. Malcolm, Teresa // National Catholic Reporter;05/09/97, Vol. 33 Issue 27, p9
Reports on Mother Teresa's plan for an international tour on May and June 1997. Mother Teresa's recovery from eight-month confinement to bed and wheelchair; Itinerary.
- Brotherhood of man dept. Eugenides, Jeffrey // New Yorker;09/22/97, Vol. 73 Issue 28, p53
Features Mother Teresa of Calcutta, India. Death in the shadow of Diana, Princess of Wales; Mother Teresa's home for the dying destitute known as `Kalighat'; Description of Mother Teresa; Promise of helping people die; Mother Teresa's lasting, secular legacy concerning the world's misfortunes.