Roman Catholic nun Mother Teresa (1910 - 1997), who has spent 40 years working with the sick, the destitute and the dying. She is working in a Catholic-sponsored children's home in Calcutta.
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In this 19 June 1995 file photo released by the White House, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with Mother Teresa at the opening of the Mother Teresa Home for Infant Children 19 June 1995 in Washington. The White House announced...More
Nobel Peace Prize Mother Teresa speaks to the audience during the first day of the International colloquy called 'Liberties and Human rights' at the Hotel de Lassay in Paris 30 May 1985.
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Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun who won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with Calcutta's poor, speaks at a press conference in Washington, DC 13 June 1986 about her work with children, lepers and AIDS victims. She was the guest...More
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Catholic Nun Mother Teresa during visit of Pope John Paul II.
President Ronald Reagan meeting w. Mother Teresa in the Oval Office.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta (L), the humble nun known as the 'saint of the gutters', walks together with the brother Roger Schutz-Marsauche, founder and preacher of the community of Taize, during her pilgrimage to Taize 23 October 1983....More
Mother Teresa during the Pope's visit to the Phillippines on his first Asian tour.
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Prince Charles And Mother Teresa In Calcutta
Mother Teresa In Calcutta
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