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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Potenciano Medical Center, the Mother Teresa of Calcutta Medical Center, the Grace General Hospital, the Tagaytay Medical Center, the Westlake Medical Center, the Mary Mediatrix Medical Center, the HealthServ Medical Center (in Los Banos) and the Manila Medical Center.
When asked by the BBC whether perceptions of her as an amalgam of Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Teresa of Calcutta were incorrect as she was more similar to former British leader Margaret Thatcher, she said:
I was privileged to report the historical event of the canonization of Mother Teresa of Calcutta from Rome, for a leading news channel in Kerala.
Shane Healy, director of media and communications for the Melbourne archdiocese, said that while interfering with election posters could not be condoned, "no one should be at all surprised that sisters of the Missionaries of Charity, established by Mother Teresa of Calcutta to feed and support the poorest of the poor, would be taking offense at the policies of the Sex Party," according to the article.
MOTHER Teresa of Calcutta is to be declared a saint on September 4, Pope Francis has announced.
Meats, cold cuts, dairy products, frozen and various groceries for the unique cooking center of RSA Mother Teresa of Calcutta for the period 01.
MOTHER Teresa of Calcutta will become a saint just two decades after her death, the Vatican have confirmed.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta was given one of the Catholic Church's highest honours just two decades after her death, at the age of 87.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta, right, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, died on September 5 1997, aged 87.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, died on September 5 1997, aged 87.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta likewise saw Jesus in others.