Topics: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Norwegian Nobel Committee Pages: 2 (628 words) Published: December 13, 2012
Introductory information1. Mother tererea
skope, august 26, 1910
she dedicated a major part of her life to serve the poor Because its good to know about the person that made a difference by helping the poor
Childhood and Upbringing
1. skope , macedonia
3.She was always into religion
She was home schooled as a child (she was born in the Ottoman Empire, and girls were not permitted to attend school) this education was little more than basic literacy and mathematics. When she became a novitiate of the sisters of Loreto she went to the Loreto Abbey in Ireland to learn English.
She had an older sister, Aga, and an older brother, Lazar. Her father died when she was about eight years old. 6. yes, because they knew she could reach any of her goals, which in fact she did.

1. When Mother Teresa was 12, she believed that she would lead a religious life. At the age of 18, she joined the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 2. She was a history and geography teacher, the she helped out the poor by giving them food, medicines. Shelter, and other needs. 3. She became a teacher.

4. In her Nobel Lecture, Mother Teresa said: "I think that we in our family don't need bombs and guns, to destroy to bring peace - just get together, love one another, bring that peace, that joy, that strength of presence of each other in the home. And we will be able to overcome all the evil that is in the world." 5. to help out the poorest people in the world.

6. Young women came to volunteer their services and later became the core of her Missionaries of Charity. 7. nothing, she was a nun, she was married to GOD.
8.she helped out the poor.
9. The organization that she has served people in 123 countries, meeting needs through food kitchens, counseling programs or children and their families, schools, orphanages, and hospice centers for people with terminal illnesses. 

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