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http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1655415-1,00.html

And in fact, that appears to be the case. A new, innocuously titled book, Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light (Doubleday), consisting primarily of correspondence between Teresa and her confessors and superiors over a period of 66 years, provides the spiritual counterpoint to a life known mostly through its works. The letters, many of them preserved against her wishes (she had requested that they be destroyed but was overruled by her church), reveal that for the last nearly half-century of her life she felt no presence of God whatsoever — or, as the book's compiler and editor, the Rev. Brian Kolodiejchuk, writes, "neither in her heart or in the eucharist."

Do "neither...nor" and "neither...or" have the same meaning?
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(X) Neither...or is not acceptable here. It is, I surmise, a hastily-written book, coming as it does while Mother Teresa approaches sainthood.

PS: Or perhaps Time's editors are to blame-- magazines also work to tight deadlines.
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Mister MicawberIt is, I surmise, a hastily-written book, coming as it does while Mother Teresa approaches sainthood.
Could you explain or phrases what the above sentence means?
coming as it does = since the book comes (has been published)
while Mother Teresa approaches sainthood.
= at the same time that MT is being considered for sainthood by the Vatican