Mother theresas life
When she was 18 Mother Teresa left home to join a community of Irish nuns, the Sisters of Loretto, who had a mission in Calcutta, India.
She was given the honor of a state funeral by the Government of India and her body was buried in the Mother House of the Missionaries of Charity. One of Mother Teresa's first assignments was to teach, and eventually to serve as principal, in a girls' high school in Calcutta.
Mother teresa childhood
Noted for her charity, unselfishness and courage, her capacity for hard work and a natural talent for organization, she lived out her consecration to Jesus, in the midst of her companions, with fidelity and joy. When Teresa received the prize she was asked, "What can we do to promote world peace? A subsequent investigation took place in Brazil from 19—26 June which was later transferred to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints who issued a decree recognizing the investigation to be completed. The Missionaries of Charity, who had brothers as well as sisters by the mids, are guided by the constitution she wrote for them. Over the course of the s and s, she established a leper colony, an orphanage, a nursing home, a family clinic and a string of mobile health clinics. Then, the comfort of Loreto [her former congregation] came to tempt me. Mary's School. She began dozens of projects, undeterred by criticism of her stands against abortion and divorce: "No matter who says what, you should accept it with a smile and do your own work. Teresa's School near her convent. She continued to combine energetic administrative activities with a demanding life of prayer, and if she accepted opportunities to publicize her work they had little of the cult of personality about them. The Missionaries of Charity throughout the world are aided and assisted by Co-Workers who became an official International Association on March 29, At the time of her birth Skopje was located within the Ottoman Empire, a vast empire controlled by the Turks in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Later in , plans materialized to open homes in China.
She formed the Co-Workers of Mother Teresa and the Sick and Suffering Co-Workers, people of many faiths and nationalities with whom she shared her spirit of prayer, simplicity, sacrifice and her apostolate of humble works of love.
One of Mother Teresa's first assignments was to teach, and eventually to serve as principal, in a girls' high school in Calcutta.
There she received the name Sister Mary Teresa after St. After meeting Pope John Paul II for the last time, she returned to Calcutta and spent her final weeks receiving visitors and instructing her Sisters.
In Mother Teresa sent her Missionaries of Charity into Russia and opened a home for acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS; an incurable disease that weakens the immune system patients in San Francisco, California.
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