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Mother Teresa Of Calcuta
Transcript of Mother Teresa Of Calcuta
(26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997
Mother Teresa of Calcuta was very tiny and very thin she was light skined and very beautiful
Mother Teresa was always her own person, startlingly independent, obedient, yet challenging some preconceived notions and expectations.
She was born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu She was the youngest of the children of Nikollë and Dranafile Bojaxhiu Her father, who was involved in Albanian politics, died in 1919 when she was eight years old. After her father's death, her mother raised her as a Roman Catholic. Her father, Nikollë Bojaxhiu, may have been from Prizren, Kosovo while her mother may have been from a village near Yakova.
Mother Teresa attended a convent-run primary school and then a state-run secondary school. As a girl, Mother Teresa sang in the local Sacred Heart choir and was often asked to sing solos. The congregation made an annual pilgrimage to the chapel of the Madonna of Letnice atop Black Mountain in Skopje, and it was on one such trip at the age of 12 that Mother Teresa first felt a calling to a religious life. Six years later, in 1928, an 18-year-old Agnes Bojaxhiu decided to become a nun and set off for Ireland to join the Loreto Sisters of Dublin
was a Roman Catholic Religious Sister and missionary of Albanian origin who lived most of her life in India of which, since 1948, she was a citizen.
Mother Teresa was widely admired by many for her charitable works, but also widely criticised, particularly for her campaigns against contraception and for substandard conditions in the hospices for which she was responsible.
A New Calling
on September 10, 1946, Mother Teresa experienced a second calling that would forever transform her life. She was riding a train from Calcutta to the Himalayan foothills for a retreat when Christ spoke to her and told her to abandon teaching to work in the slums of Calcutta aiding the city's poorest and sickest people. "I want Indian Nuns, Missionaries of Charity, who would be my fire of love amongst the poor, the sick, the dying and the little children," she heard Christ say to her on the train that day. "You are I know the most incapable person—weak and sinful but just because you are that—I want to use You for My glory. Wilt thou refuse?"
Since Mother Teresa had taken a vow of obedience, she could not leave her convent without official permission. After nearly a year and a half of lobbying, in January 1948 she finally received approval from the local Archbishop Ferdinand Périer to pursue this new calling
The Missionaries ofCharity
Mother Teresa quickly translated this somewhat vague calling into concrete actions to help the city's poor. She began an open-air school and established a home for the dying destitute in a dilapidated building she convinced the city government to donate to her cause. In October 1950, she won canonical recognition for a new congregation, the Missionaries of Charity, which she founded with only 12 members
International Charity and Recognition
In February 1965, Pope Paul VI bestowed the Decree of Praise upon the Missionaries of Charity, which prompted Mother Teresa to begin expanding internationally. By the time of her death in 1997, the Missionaries of Charity numbered over 4,000—in addition to thousands more lay volunteers—with 610 foundations in 123 countries on all seven continents. In 1971, Mother Teresa traveled to New York City where she opened a soup kitchen as well as a home to care for those infected with HIV/AIDS.
The next year she went to Beirut, Lebanon, where she crossed frequently between Christian East Beirut and Muslim West Beirut to aid children of both faiths. Mother Teresa has received various honors for her tireless and effective charity. She was awarded "Jewel of India," the highest honor bestowed on Indian civilians
Mother Teresa inspired a variety of commemorations. She has been memorialised through museums, been named patroness of various churches, and had various structures and roads named after her, including Albania's international airport.
Recognition in the World
In 1962, Mother Teresa received the Philippines-based Ramon Magsaysay Award for International Understanding, given for work in South or East Asia. The citation said that "the Board of Trustees recognizes her merciful cognizance of the abject poor of a foreign land, in whose service she has led a new congregation". By the early 1970s, Mother Teresa had become an international celebrity. Her fame can be in large part attributed to the 1969 documentary Something Beautiful for God, which was filmed by Malcolm Muggeridge and his 1971 book of the same title. Muggeridge was undergoing a spiritual journey of his own at the time
How did mother teresa overcome difficulties?
she worked with the lepers and help them the leper can past each other so who every touch the people with leper they get it as well it can die with that disease
What problems did Mother Teresa have to overcome?
She did not have enough money to carry out her intentions and her health condition was not good
Mother Teresa was the recipient of numerous honours including the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize. In late 2003, she was beatified, the third step toward possible sainthood, giving her the title "Blessed Teresa of Calcutta". A second miracle credited to her intercession is required before she can be recognised as a saint by the Catholic Church
Sister Teresa becomes a teacher
Teresa was called Sister Teresa when she first began working at St. Mary's High School in Calcutta, India.
Mother Teresa moves on
After seeing the poor people on the streets outside of St. Mary's, Mother Teresa asked the church leaders if she could help them. She left the school so she could minister to the poor of Calcutta.
Mother Teresa the home builder
Mother Teresa established homes for people who had no place to live. She used the donations of people from around the world to pay for the homes.
Mother Teresa dies
Mother Teresa returned to Calcutta, India, for the last few weeks of her life. The world mourned for her when she passed.
Mother Teresa was born in Macedonia. She was named Agnes, and she later changed her name to Teresa.
Agnes becomes a nun
At the age of 18, Agnes decided to dedicate herself to God's work. She became a nun and changed her name to Teresa.
Mother teresa was born
Mother Teresa is named a saint
Pope John Paul II began the process of Mother Teresa's beatification, which named her a saint. Her legend still lives, and she will forever be remembered for her acts of extreme love and kindness.
Who has followed her ideas
The roman catholic church because she founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation, which in 2012 consisted of over 4,500 sisters and is active in 133 countries. They run hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; dispensaries and mobile clinics; children's and family counseling programmes; orphanages; and schools.
Mother Teresa of Calcuta
In Republic of Macedonia she was born, but she did all her work in all the world
She founded the missionaries of
charity, a Roman Catholic religuios
Because she was very good person she give her life to GOD
She did a lot of charity and a lot of miracles
Security of her self
Her health vas very bad because she was always helping people and she was very thin and she was very sick and the end of her life
The other religions because she was very catholic and the other religions attack mother teresa of calcuta
A lot of people was really happy with mother teresa because she was very good with the poor people and she really help them
On 5 September 1997, Mother Teresa died of a heart attack in Calcutta at the age of 87.
Her death in 1997 was major world news; by the time she died, her organisation the Missionaries of Charity was a huge concern, while her funeral in Calcutta was attended by world leaders by the dozen.
(26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997
Regina Mendoza Santoyo