Many young men and women entertain idealistic thoughts of traveling to a poverty-striken corner of the world to work with the poor. In the summer of 1986, 21 yr. old Susan Conroy, didn't just think about it -- she did it! Susan left her family and friends and headed off to Calcutta, India to assist Mother Teresa and the Missionaries of Charity. She worked alongside Mother Teresa trying to learn her ways of selfless love, devotion and service. During this time she also came to know of St. Therese of Lisieux and learned that a remarkable book completed in 1881 by an aged French priest has spurred Therese into the convent. Then, for more than a century, it vanished into obscurity. Now just when they world needs it most, Susan Conroy has translated that book, The End of the Present World and The Mysteries of the Future Life into English for the very first time. She also shares a treasury of lessons of love learned from Mother Teresa and from the poorest of the poor. It is a story of how all things are possible with God.