Mother Teresa

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Noun1.Mother Teresa - Indian nun and missionary in the Roman Catholic Church (born of Albanian parents in what is now Macedonia)Mother Teresa - Indian nun and missionary in the Roman Catholic Church (born of Albanian parents in what is now Macedonia); dedicated to helping the poor in India (1910-1997)
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A pope can bypass the five-year rule, as Francis's predecessor Benedict did for John Paul II, who had in turn started the process of sanctifying Mother Teresa of Calcutta within five years after her death in 1997.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta is a perfect example of how to prove that Alan's assertion is absurd.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta likewise saw Jesus in others.
It has now been used by Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Desmond Tutu when each received the Nobel Peace Prize.
Puffing on a fag, swearing like a trooper and having a swig of beer is not how anyone would think of Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
In which European country was Mother Teresa of Calcutta born?
Nobel Peace Prize honoree Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta is now among the hallowed company of actress Katharine Hepburn, the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan, the Lunar Year, distinguished sailors, Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Bill Mauldin, Cowboys of the Silver Screen, the celebrated singer Kate Smith, pioneering African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux, and the Negro Baseball League.
Bill Clinton ("I never had sex with that woman") and Hillary (of the "vast right wing conspiracy") regularly tell whoppers and nose-stretchers, but Hillary's latest--let us be charitable here, "economy of truth"--is particularly odious because of the setting and because it involves a saint-in-the-making, Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta gave up not only her money, but her whole existence in order to help the destitute and dying on the streets of Calcutta.
Each chapter discusses a different virtuous ideal with reference to model individuals whose dedication spiritually embodied that ideal: Dorothy Day for the ideal of Christian Vision, Jacques Maritain for Christian Values, Mother Teresa of Calcutta for Christian Virtue, and more.
Bader, Like a Drop in the Ocean: 99 Sayings by Mother Teresa is an anthology of spiritual insights and quotations by Gonxha Agnes Bojaxhiu, commonly known as Mother Teresa of Calcutta.