Saint of The Gutters - Smart eNotes.
Mother Teresa is one of the most precious gem of India who was not born here but chose it to be her destined country to work towards the society. The Saint of the Gutters. Mother Teresa was known as “The Saint of the Gutters” during her entire life time because of the social work she had done for the poor people of very low community.
Mother Teresa's work with the poor: Mother Teresa, known as the 'saint of the gutter', spent her life caring for the poor and sick people in Kolkata before her death in 1997.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta, 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. 24. Mother Teresa gives her blessing to a child at the Gift of Love Home on October 20, 1993, in Singapore.
Mother Teresa, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work among the poor in Calcutta, died yesterday after a heart attack. She was 87. She died at her religious order's headquarters in.
Mother Teresa was canonized into Saint Teresa at the Vatican on Sunday morning, joining Saint Nicholas, Joan of Arc and thousands of others the Church found to be performing miracles on Earth.
Mother Teresa: 'Saint of the gutters' canonized at Vatican Mother House of the Missionaries of Charity group founded by Mother Teresa is illuminated with a huge portrait of her displayed in.
Mother Teresa, in full St. Teresa of Calcutta, also called St. Mother Teresa, original name Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, (baptized August 27, 1910, Skopje, Macedonia, Ottoman Empire (now in Republic of Macedonia)—died September 5, 1997, Calcutta (now Kolkata), India; canonized September 4, 2016; feast day September 5), founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic.