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Learning to Love w/ Mother Teresa by Neil Francis Young, Ph.D.

A collection of short stories from "The Calcutta Club' experiences while working with Mother Teresa

Biography:   Neil Francis Young Ph.D. (UCSC) has taught at the Seminary of the Missionaries of Charity, Fathers in Tijuana, Mexico. He has also taught at Seattle University, the University of Dallas, Maui and Molokai Community Colleges and in various European countries and Russia. He created "The Calcutta Club" in 1984, which continues currently. This provided an organization and leadership to serve students at Seattle University who were called to volunteer with "the poorest of the poor" through Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta. He has also traveled to Calcutta to work alongside the volunteers from all over the world. In Calcutta, he was able to experience Mother Teresa's love, compassion and grace first hand. He currently resides in Oceanside, California. For further information and photographs concerning the Calcutta Club and volunteer opportunities, website: More than twenty five personal stories of spiritual transformation. "The volunteers who come here (Calcutta) are doing something beautiful for God . . . The next time they come I will have Saris for them." -- Blessed Mother Teresa "Passionate and profound writing." -- Robert Coles, M.D. Professor Harvard Medical School " I was very moved by these deeply compassionate and life changing stories. These are artful writings about volunteers who are doing works of love in the Calcutta of Mother Teresa ." -- Robert W. McGuffin, M.D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego


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