Teresa, Mother
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  • Teresa, Mother — ▪ 1998       Albanian born Indian nun (baptized Aug. 27, 1910, Shkup, Albania, Ottoman Empire [now Skopje, Macedonia] d. Sept. 5, 1997, Calcutta, India), was the venerated founder and superior general (1950 97) of the Roman Catholic Order of the… …   Universalium

  • Teresa, Mother — (1910–1997)    Missionary and Order Founder.    Mother Teresa was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in Yugoslavia. In 1928 she travelled to India as a Roman Catholic missionary teacher. Twenty years later she founded the Order of the Missionaries of… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Teresa,Mother — Te·re·sa (tə rēʹsə, zə, rāʹ ), Mother. 1910 1997. Albanian born Indian nun. Dedicated to relieving the suffering of India s desperately poor and dying people, she founded a Roman Catholic congregation of sisters, the Missionaries of Charity, in… …   Universalium

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  • Mother Teresa: In the Name of God's Poor — Directed by Kevin Connor Produced by Chandran Rutnam Peter Shephe …   Wikipedia

  • Mother Frances Mary Teresa Ball — (born in Dublin 9 January1794; died 19 May1861) was the foundress of the Irish Branch of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary . Early life Frances Ball was born into a wealthy Dublin family. Catholicism was still suppressed in Ireland at this …   Wikipedia

  • Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School — [File:File:MTSspartans06.jpg </gallery> ] Address 1065 Sunningdale Rd E. London, Ontario, N5X 4B1, Canada Information …   Wikipedia

  • Teresa — Teresa, Mother →↑Mother Teresa …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Mother Teresa — Religion Catholic …   Wikipedia

  • Teresa de Calcuta — Beata Madre Teresa de Calcuta …   Wikipedia Español

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