When I met Jacqueline de Decker, the Belgian woman whom Mother Teresa called her “sick and suffering self,” she had her torso encased in a corset and wore a surgical collar round her neck. Even then in 1980, almost thirty years before her death, she was so disabled that she could only drive about her native city of Antwerp in a specially adapted car.
Rotten Little Salmon. Jacqueline was born on May 5, 1913, one of nine children in an aristocratic Catholic household with...
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