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Madre Teresa de Calcutta
Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, the “Mother Teresa of Calcutta ", it was born on August 26, 1910 in Skopje, Macedonian city with an important Albanianpopulation; she was the third daughter of a builder who died seven years after his birth.
From girl it was taking part in the parochial labors. At the age of 18 it joinedthe Order of the Sisters of Our Lady of Loreto the India. After a stay of two months in Ireland learning English it divided towards Darjeeling's novitiate. On March 24,1931 it took the votes with the name of Teresa, being destined for St's school. Mary in Calcutta, where five years later it managed to be in charge of the elementaryeducation. In 1937 it took the final votes and came to Calcutta as Mother Superior. From girl it was taking part in the parochial labors. At the age of 18 it joined the Orderof the Sisters of Our Lady of Loreto the India. After a stay of two months in Ireland learning English it divided towards Darjeeling's novitiate. On March 24, 1931 ittook the votes with the name of Teresa, being destined for St's school. Mary in Calcutta, where five years later it managed to be in charge of the elementary education. In1937 it took the final votes and came to Calcutta as Mother Superior.
In 1952 it opened a house for terminal patients in Kalighat being a total of 30 nuns. In 1960 theywould open two more houses, in Ranchi and New Delhi. In 1965 already they were 300 nuns and the Order happened to depend on the Vatican directly, spreading over Europeand South America.
The mother Teresa helping the children mas needy.

The dad Juan Pablo visiting the patients.
The dad Juan Pablo visiting the young persons in prison.
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