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Mother Teresa, 1910 - 1997

Background | Local Visits and Work | On the Web


  • Mother Teresa Dies at 87
    (Washington Post, Sept. 6, 1997)

  • Hailed for Mercy, 'Saint of Gutters' Aided the Poorest
    (Washington Post, Sept. 6, 1997)

  • Appreciation: Amid the World's Poor, a Great Treasure
    (Washington Post, Sept. 6, 1997)

  • Teresa Mourned by Those She Touched in D.C. Area
    (Washington Post, Sept. 6, 1997)

  • Mother Teresa— in Her Own Words
    (Associated Press, Sept. 5, 1997)

  • Highlights of Mother Teresa's Life
    (Associated Press, Sept. 5, 1997)

  • Mother Teresa Celebrates 87th Birthday
    (Associated Press, Aug. 26, 1997)

  • Successor to Mother Teresa is Named
    (Washington Post, March 14, 1997)

  • Mother Teresa, Successor Look to Future
    (Washington Post, March 15, 1997)

    Local Visits and Work

  • Mother Teresa in Baltimore
    (Washington Post, May 30, 1996)

  • Abortion, Contraception Condemned
    (Washington Post, Feb. 4, 1994)

  • Mother Teresa Brings Call for Service, Peace, to D.C.
    (Washington Post, June 6, 1988)

  • Neighbors Are Fearful of Nuns' Caring For the Dying in Convent
    (Washington Post, Jan. 12, 1987)

    On the Web

  • The Nobel site has a press release about her prize and a biography.

  • These fans received a hand-written note from Mother Teresa.

  • A review of Mother Teresa's 1995 book, "A Simple Path" on Catholic Information Center on the Net.

  • Read the text of Teresa's speech at the 1994 National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C.

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