Full name: Mother Teresa
Birth date: August 26, 1910
Birth place: Skopje, Macedonia
Death date: September 5, 1997
Education: Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Religion: Roman Catholic
Zodiac sign: Leo
Mother Teresa was an Albanian descent Roman Catholic nun, in India she established the Missionaries of Charity to help the people. She spends the whole life in the serving those in great need around the world. In her lifelong she worked for humankind, for long 45 years she served to the sick, orphaned and dying people. Teresa was awarded Novel Peace prize for her outstanding contribution in the nursing arena.
Mother Teresa Early Life:
Mother Teresa was born on August 26, 1910, in Skopje, Macedonia to Nikola and Dranafile Bojaxhiu. Her parents were Albanian descent, the father was an entrepreneur, worked as construction contractors and mother was a pious woman. She was very much passionate about nursing when she joined only 18 years old a group of nuns in Ireland and received training. After a few months training, she traveled to India, where she started teaching. Mother Teresa was being shocked about the poorest condition of Calcutta that made a deep impression on her.
Mother Teresa Career:
At first, Mother Teresa started her missionary’s activities in India then she extended her work around the world. She is best known as ‘Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta’ in the world. By the mid- 1970s Teresa’s fame spread throughout the world as a social worker and friend of orphaned. Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her notable contribution in the nursing field. Teresa was admired around the world from different country’s government and organization. Mother Teresa also criticized for the unclear spending of donating money.
Mother Teresa Personal Life:
Mother Teresa suffered various health problems over the last two decades of her life, but nothing could halt her attempts towards helping poor and needy people. Until her death, Teresa was very much active in traveling around the world to observe the Missionary of Charity.