Name Professor Course Date Mother Teresa Introduction Mother Teresa’s popularity would make someone think she was one of the richest most powerful and perhaps one of the hardest people to find. That would be a big mistake because despite her worldwide popularity Mother Teresa was a very humble simple and most caring person in the universe. Born as Agnes Bojaxhiu Mother Teresa became more concerned about the teachings of Jesus Christ than living a luxurious life. By voluntarily signing up to join the Roma Catholic Church in her hometown she had stamped her fate of attending to the less fortunate in the society. Mother Teresa could reach out to the people nobody thought of visiting because of their status. As such she became a very humble caring and loving mother to everyone who needed help. Eventually her actions towards the poor made her be adored by majority regardless of on how they can live a holy life and serve God. Works Cited Books Used Alpion Gëzim. Mother Teresa: Saint or celebrity?. Routledge 2006. Chatterjee Aroup. Mother Teresa the final verdict. Kolkata: Meteor Books 2003. Ganza Ana. Journey of Hope-Authorized by Mother Teresa. Ana Ganza 2014. Muggeridge Malcolm Cynthia Splatt and Dale Rodgers. Something beautiful for God. Collins 1971. Teresa Mother José Luis González-Balado and José Luis González-Balado. In my own words. GK Hall 1996. Teresa Mother. No greater love. New World Library 2016. Van Biema David. "Mother Teresa’s crisis of faith." Time Magazine: World (2007). Journals Used "Mother Teresa R.I.P." Commonweal vol. 124 no. 16 1997 pp. 6 eLibrary "Mother Teresa Winner of 1979 Nobel Peace Prize Dies at Age 87." International Journal on World Peace vol. 14 no. 3 1997 pp. 85-86 eLibrary Poplin Mary. "No Humanitarian." Commonweal vol. 124 no. 22 1997 pp. 11-14 eLibrary [...]
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