For the last few decades of the 20th century, the Catholic Church was blessed to have two of its most influential leaders guiding the Church and spreading its faith and message at the same time. Pope John Paul II made history by becoming the first non-Italian pope in several centuries, guiding the church for over 25 years. But while he led the Church, a remarkable woman born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu (1910-1997) became one of the Church's greatest missionaries and humanitarians. She would come to be known to the world as Mother Teresa.
"The Life and Legacy of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta"
In war-torn Judea merchant Samara has enriched her family, yet money can't mend her broken heart. The Romans exiled her fiancé, Caleb, for defying their iron rule, so she's been lashing out at Rome, supporting the underground rebels.