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Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun who founded the Missionaries of Charity to help the poor. She worked primarily in India to provide comfort and care for the poor, sick and dying. More »

Mother Teresa was born Agnes Bojaxhiu on August 27, 1910. She was the youngest child in her family and despite stories to the contrary, her family was very well off when she was a child. More »

On receiving the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize, Anjezë Bojaxhiu, known to the world as Mother Teresa, said only: "I am not worthy." This quote was typical of the Albanian nun, who achieved international fame in part for saying ... More »

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