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Signis India rediscovers Mother Teresa as communicator

Updated: February 14, 2011 04:51 AM GMT
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Catholic journalists in India are conducting a program in West Bengal to rediscover Mother Teresa as a great communicator as part of birth centenary celebrations for the nun. Signis India, a Roman Catholic lay ecclesial movement for professionals in the communication media, said the five day program began in Kolkata on February 11. “As we are celebrating the birth centenary of Mother Teresa, we thought it fitting to rediscover her as a person who communicated at different levels,” said Sunil Lucas, President of Signis. He said the nun was a spiritual and compassionate communicator who influenced many filmmakers and NGOs. “Special sessions we are holding are an invitation to listen to her untold stories as a communicator,” he said. IE13259.1641

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