Mother Teresa: A spiritual hero for any age


Many times I think of Mother Tereasa working in the slums of Calcutta. I love it when she met President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan! Mother Teresa is the definition for SERVANTHOOD! AMEN!

From The Christian Post:

On Sept. 5, 1997, one of the most remarkable women produced by the 20th century passed away after living a truly remarkable life during her 87-year sojourn among us. Her name was Mary Teresa Bojaxhiu, known to the world as Mother Teresa. Born in obscurity in what is now Albania in 1910, she felt an early calling to full-time service to the church and joined a Roman Catholic religious order while still in her teens.

Mother Teresa was best known for her extensive charitable work in the slums of Calcutta.

Mother Teresa has received extraordinary worldly recognition for her charity work, including the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize. She requested the cash prize accompanying the Nobel to be given to her charitable work and expenses of the annual Nobel award dinner ($192,000) be donated to the poor of India. More Here


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