“The Mennonite and the Saint”

Taught by Glen E. Miller

Class begins 2/19/2020, ends 2/19/2020

February 19
1:30-2:30 pm at Greencroft Community Center, Jennings Auditorium

Over the seven years (1990-1997) Marilyn and I were in Calcutta, I met Mother Teresa more than twenty-five times.  The common work of the Missionaries of Charity and Mennonite Central Committee in helping the poor of Calcutta brought us together. In addition, I frequently escorted visitors to meet Mother. Each year, we attended a birthday Mass in her honor at one of the Catholic churches. I will show pictures and tell stories of Mother Teresa as I came to know her. Mother Teresa became Saint Teresa of Calcutta in September 2016.

About Glen E. Miller
Glen Miller grew up in the Archbold, OH area. He is a graduate of Goshen College and Western Reserve School of Medicine. Practiced Infernal Medicine and served as a hospital administrator in Bellefontaine, Ohio for 25 years. He then served overseas with Mennonite Central Committee in Haiti, Egypt, India, and Cambodia. Glen met Mother Teresa many times from 1881-97 while living in Calcutta. With his wife, Marilyn, he has lived in Goshen since 2004.