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Mother Teresa Fun Facts

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Mother Teresa joined a religious order called the Sisters of Loreto, which required its members to learn English before being sent to India.
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Mother Teresa served as a teacher at a Loreto Sisters' convent school and became the headmistress in 1944.
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Mother Teresa founded the order in 1950 in order to help the poor of India. She chose blue as the color to go with the order's white habits.
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Like many Roman Catholic women, Mother Teresa chose a new name to mark her new life as a nun. She named herself after a missionary named Therese de Lisieux.
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Mother Teresa's first leper house, founded in the 1950s, was called "Shanti Nagar," which means "City of Peace."
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Mother Teresa asked that the Nobel Committee donate the nearly $200,000 normally spent on a prize banquet to the poor in India.
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Mother Teresa could speak Albanian, Bengali, Serbian, English, and Hindi, which allowed her to serve people in India and Eastern Europe.
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Prior to her full canonization by Pope Francis, Mother Teresa was beatified by Pope John Paul II, who beatified and canonized more people than every pope before him combined.
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Mother Teresa's body lay in repose for a week before the Indian government gave her a state funeral in recognition of her willingness to charitably serve Indians of any religion.
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Mother Teresa's hometown, Uskup, is now known as Skopje and is the capital of present-day North Macedonia.

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