By John Miller

A brave group quietly opted for a lifetime of poverty and the self-discipline of prayer. With time and care to appreciate people’s hidden pains, their open meal-table often rocked with laughter. This approved account captures the humour, tragedy, notion and perception - and the life-changing impression that reached around the world

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