Mother Teresa 

Saint Teresa of Calcutta, known as Mother Teresa, was a nun and missionary who founded the Missionaries of Charity. The feast day of Mother Teresa is recognized on September 4, 2016.

Mother Teresa's Sainthood

Biographies of Mother Teresa:

       Mother Teresa Biography

          Mother Teresa of Calcutta (Vatican Biography)

Reflections on Mother Teresa:

         How Pope Francis and Mother Teresa are Linked

         Pope Francis Canonizes Mother Teresa of Calcutta 5 Years Ago

         How Pope Francis and Mother Teresa Teach Us the First Step to Loving People 


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