Something Beautiful for God interprets her life through her conversations with Malcolm Muggeridge. Beautiful book that made me love Mother Teresa even more. I only wish there was more about this beautiful saint.
Something Beautiful for God interprets her life through her conversations with Malcolm Muggeridge. But Malcolm Muggeridge's writings framing the information about Mother Teresa were quite well written. 2 people found this helpful.
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Malcolm Muggeridge's classic documentary on the famous Albanian nun of Calcutta. Though Muggeridge was an agnostic the witness of the love of the Sisters of Charity and Mother Teresa, turned Muggeridge's agnotiscm into a very unexpected faith. Though this book's focus is Mother Teresa, it is also a statement of the very unexpected transformation of the author. An excellent book that is bound to put one on the path to faith. Something Beautiful for God: Mother Teresa of Calcutta (9780060660437) by Malcolm Muggeridge.
Muggeridge's mother was Annie Booler This was largely under the influence of Mother Teresa, about whom he had written a book, Something Beautiful for God, setting out and interpreting her life.
Muggeridge's mother was Annie Booler. The middle of five brothers, Muggeridge was born in Sanderstead, Surrey. He grew up in Croydon and attended Selhurst High School there, and then Selwyn College, Cambridge for four years. This was largely under the influence of Mother Teresa, about whom he had written a book, Something Beautiful for God, setting out and interpreting her life. His last book Conversion (1988) describes his life as a 20th-century pilgrimage, a spiritual journey.
The Holy Collaboration of Mother Teresa and Malcom Muggeridge. How Muggeridge’s ‘Something Beautiful for God’ brought Mother Teresa to the attention of the world. Many are unaware that the first major exposure of Mother Teresa (St. Teresa of Calcutta) to the world was due to the prominent English journalist Malcolm Muggeridge (1903-1990), who was not yet Catholic, and had just committed himself to a Protestant version of Christianity at roughly the same time (Spring 1969). This was by means of his book, Something Beautiful for God (New York: Harper & Row, 1971).
Something Beautiful for God is a 1971 book by Malcolm Muggeridge on Mother Teresa. The book was based on a 1969 documentary on Mother Teresa (also entitled Something Beautiful for God) that Muggeridge had undertaken. The book was first published by Harper Collins (. ISBN 978-0002157698).
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No woman alive today has inspired so many with her simplicity of faith and compassion so all-encompassing. As she daily embraces the "least of the least" in her arms, Mother Theresa challenges the whole world to greater acts of service and understanding in the name of love.
First published in 1971, this classic work introduced Mother Theresa to the Western World. As timely now as it was then, Something Beautiful for God interprets her life through the eyes of a modern-day skeptic who became literally transformed within her presence, describing her as "a light which could never be extinguised."