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The story of one woman’s encounter with Mother Theresa who told her “to tell everyone who will listen what you have seen, what you have heard and what you have done in Kolkata.” Over twenty-eight years later, the now Rev. Susan is still telling the story; her service to others is still inspired by what she witnessed in Kolkata.
Both of us were slaves at work for our Master, begging, shelling out coins, and bringing the blessing of holy worship to our people.
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