Malcolm Muggeridge (1903-1990) was a noted journalist, reporting for the 'Daily Telegraph' and, later, as an editor for 'Punch Magazine'. He also served as television host for two interview shows. Muggeridge was known for his outrageous wit and flair for satire. Later in his life, Muggeridge came to embrace Christianity, ultimately being received into the Catholic Church in 1992. He wrote many popular and critically acclaimed books, including 'Jesus Rediscovered' (1969), 'Jesus: The Man Who Lives' (1975), and 'Confessions of a 20th Century Pilgrim' (1988). His biography of Mother Teresa, 'Something Beautiful For God' (1971), essentially introduced the nun and her work with the poor in India to the West.