For Gautam Lewis, a polio victim abandoned by his parents as a child and rescued by Mother Teresa, the nun is already a saint. At 7, he was adopted from an orphanage run by the Missionaries of Charity, the order set up by Mother Teresa, and moved first to New Zealand and later England. Lewis, 39, now runs a flying school for people with disabilities in the United Kingdom.
For Gautam Lewis, a polio victim abandoned by his parents as a child and rescued by Mother Teresa, the nun is already a saint. At 7, he was adopted from an orphanage run by the Missionaries of Charity, the order set up by Mother Teresa, and moved first to New Zealand and later England. Lewis, 39, now runs a flying school for people with disabilities in the United Kingdom. Bikas Das AP
For Gautam Lewis, a polio victim abandoned by his parents as a child and rescued by Mother Teresa, the nun is already a saint. At 7, he was adopted from an orphanage run by the Missionaries of Charity, the order set up by Mother Teresa, and moved first to New Zealand and later England. Lewis, 39, now runs a flying school for people with disabilities in the United Kingdom. Bikas Das AP