Mother Teresa was born on 26 August 1910 in Albania, peacemaker for the world and Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Mother Teresa Birth Anniversary.
Today, on the occasion of her birth anniversary, the whole world is paying tribute by remembering her. Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun. She had dedicated her whole life to the poor and sick patients. She was the messenger of peace to the world. Teresa’s thoughts have worked to maintain peace and love in society. She received the Nobel Peace Prize in the year 1979.
Mother Teresa was born on 26 August 1910 in Albania. She lived in Albania for 18 years, after which she moved to Ireland. In 1929, she came to India and started serving the destitute people. He served people suffering from diseases like leprosy. His works gave him recognition all over the world. He took citizenship of India in the year 1948.
Mother Teresa Biography.
Mother Teresa came to India at the age of 19 and dedicated her entire life to India for human service.
Today the world is viewing the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan as a victory for radicalization and terrorism. On such an occasion, it becomes more important to remember Mother Teresa on her birthday. Mother Teresa, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, devoted her entire life to the service of the poor. Mother Teresa, who came to India in the year 1929, served the people by staying in India for 68 years of her life. If Mother Teresa got respect all over the world, there was no shortage of her critics too. But he always kept himself engaged in service to humanity.
On 17 October 1979, Mother Teresa was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and in 1980 she was awarded the country’s highest civilian honor ‘Bharat Ratna’. Mother Teresa was the founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic congregation of women dedicated to helping the poor. Her real name was Agnes Gonza Boyajiju. He moved to Kolkata in 1950, where he founded the Missionaries of Charity Mission.
Mother Teresa’s Jayanti.
The mission of the Missionaries of Charity continued to expand during Mother Teresa’s lifetime, and by the time of her death it controlled 610 missions in 123 countries. This included hospices/homes for patients with HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis as well as soups, kitchens, counseling programs for children and families, orphanages and schools.
After the death of Mother Teresa, she was declared blessed by Pope John Paul II and gave her the title of Blessed of Kolkata. Mother Teresa died on 5 September 1997 due to a heart attack. On 09 September 2016, Pope Francis consecrated Mother Teresa with the title of saint in Vatican City.
Mother Teresa was born on 26 August 1910 in a family of good economic condition in Albania. She was baptized a day after giving birth, that is why she used to consider her birthday on 27th August instead of 25th August. She was the youngest child in her family and lost her father at the age of eight.
The Idea of Coming to India
How the Idea of Coming to India Made According to a biography written by John Graf Clukes, Mother Teresa was deeply influenced by the stories of missionary life and her service in Bengal, India, since childhood. He had decided at the age of 12 that he would dedicate his life to religion. At the age of 18, when she was praying at the tomb of the Black Madonna in Vitina Letanice, her determination was strengthened.
Having learned English as a missionary
, reinforcing her intention to come to India, Mother Teresa decided in 1928 to go to the Institute of Blessed Virgin Mary in Ireland, where the members are called Sisters of Loreto. His intention behind this was to become a missionary and learn English as it was the instruction language of the Sisters of Lorates in India.
After coming to India, the name changed after coming to Ireland, she never saw her mother and any other family member in his life. She came to India in 1929 and spent her early training in Darjeeling where she learned Bengali and took her first religious vows in 1931. Her childhood name was Acnes but she chose Teresa after coming to India because she wanted to honor Saints Theresa Australia and Teresa of Avila with her name.
The Voice of the Spirit.
Mother Teresa taught at the Lorette Convent School in Entale in Calcutta for nearly 20 years and was appointed headmistress of the school in 1944. She loved to teach, but she used to be very distressed by the poverty around her in Calcutta. She was deeply saddened by the situation arising out of the Bengal famine in 1943 and the subsequent Quami violence in August 1946. During this, when she was going to Darjeeling, she was shaken by the voice of the soul, which she considered the message of God and only then she decided to serve the poor.
Serving The Poor Was Not An Easy Decision.
The struggle for them by going among the poor and serving the poor was not an easy decision. She had no money and had reached the poor in only two saris. To be able to live comfortably among the people, she first changed her dress to sari and had to live in a hut. She did not even hesitate to beg to feed the people, during which she struggled with herself, but she did not find the way to return to the convent and continued in service.
Awarded The Nobel Peace Prize In 1979 For Her Selfless Service.
Then people started meeting and became a caravan, soon people started joining them and started the campaign of service of the poorest of the poor. After this, the attention of government officials to the church went to him and she continued to get help in her work. She also got permission from the church to open the Missionaries of Charity. After which a service center was opened for leprosy which was named Shantinagar.
She also reached abroad in the 1960s and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her selfless service. By the time he died in Kolkata in 1997, her work had spread to more than 120 countries, where 450 brothers and five thousand sisters of the Missionaries of Charity were running more than six hundred human service campaigns.