Many young men and women entertain idealistic
thoughts of traveling to a poverty-stricken corner of the world to work
with the poor. Susan Conroy, a Dartmouth junior, didn't just think about
it -- she did it, journeying on her own to Calcutta to spend a summer
volunteering with Mother Teresa and her Missionaries of Charity. In her
moving, first-hand account of Mother Teresa and her work, Susan learned
to find incredible peace and happiness in a city where she also found
hell on earth. Her experience in Calcutta changed her life forever. Now
you can share her account of life in Calcutta, her never-before seen
photographs, and her remarkable profile of a modern saint -- the woman
we soon will call St. Teresa of Calcutta.
paperback, 239 pgs.