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Teresa, Mother, Saint, 1910-1997

LC control no.n 79144708
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingTeresa, Mother, Saint, 1910-1997
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Variant(s)Bojaxhiu, Agnes Gonxha, 1910-1997
Bojaxhiu, Agnese, 1910-1997
Bojadžiu, Gondža Agnes, 1910-1997
Gonscha Bojaxhiu, Agnes, 1910-1997
Gonxha Bojaxhiu, Agnès, 1910-1997
Kalkuttai Teréz, anya, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, de Calcutta, mère, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, di Calcutta, madre, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, madre, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, mère, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, Mutter, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, of Calcutta, Mother, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, Sunyŏ, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, z Kalkuty, Matka, Saint, 1910-1997
Tereza, Majka, Saint, 1910-1997
Tereza, Matka, Saint, 1910-1997
Tereza, z Kalkaty, Matka, Saint, 1910-1997
Tereze, nëna, Saint, 1910-1997
Terezija, majka, Saint, 1910-1997
Ṭerijā, Mādāra, Saint, 1910-1997
德蕾莎, Saint, 1910-1997
Бојаџиу, Гонџа Агнес, 1910-1997
Тереза, Мајка, Saint, 1910-1997
Teresa, of Calcutta, Saint, 1910-1997
Bojaxhiu, Anjezë Gonxhe, 1910-1997
Bojaxhiu, Inés Gonxa, 1910-1997
Associated countryIndia
Birth date1910-08-26
Death date1997-09-05
Place of birthSkopje (Macedonia)
Place of deathCalcutta (India)
AffiliationMissionaries of Charity
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Catholic Church
Profession or occupationChristian saints
Nobel Prize winners
Superiors, Religious
Nuns Missionaries
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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Found inMuggeridge, M. Something beautiful for God, 1971.
Una speranza per la Chiesa, 1980: t.p. (Madre Teresa di Calcutta) front cover (Madre Teresa) p. 11 (Agnes Gonscha Bojaxhiu) p. 63 (Agnese Bojaxhiu)
Sŭllŏm-ka ŭi ŏmŏni, 1979: p. 2 (Teresa Sunyŏ)
Hajdók, J. Kalkuttai Teréz anya, 1981: t.p. (Kalkuttai Teréz anya)
Gjergji, L. Mother Teresa, 1991: CIP data sheet (Majka Terezija) publ. info. (Nëna Tereze)
U.S. Cong. House. Comm. on the Judiciary. To confer honorary citizenship of the United States on Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, also known as Mother Teresa, 1996: t.p.
Mother Teresa, 1998: p. 271 (d. 09/05/1997)
Mother Teresa, 1998: CIP data sheet (Mutter Teresa)
Myśli, 1998: t.p. (Matka Teresa z Kalkuty)
Mādāra Ṭerijā, bhābamūrti nirmāṇera rājanīti, 2004.
Wikipedia, viewed Feb. 22, 2006 (Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, OM; b. Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, Aug. 27, 1910, Skopje; d. Sept. 5, 1997; ethnic Albanian Indian Catholic nun who founded the Missionaries of Charity); viewed Sept. 6, 2016 (Mother Teresa MC, known in the Catholic Church as Saint Teresa of Calcutta; b. Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, Aug. 26, 1910, Skopje, Ottoman Empire (now capital of the Republic of Macedonia); she later considered Aug. 27, the day she was baptized, to be her "true birthday"; d. Sept. 5, 1997, Calcutta; canonized Sept. 4, 2016)
Po skopskite patišta od mladosta na Gondža Bojadžiu-Majka Tereza od Kalkuta, 2008: t.p. (Гонџа Бојаџиу = Gondža Bojadžiu), p. 25 (Гонџа Агнес Бојаџиу -- Мајка Тереза = Gondža Agnes Bojadžiu -- Majka Tereza)
New York times WWW site, viewed Sept. 6, 2016 (She was known throughout the world as Mother Teresa, considered a saint by many for her charitable work among the poorest of the world's poor. On Sunday morning [Sept. 4, 2016], Pope Francis officially bestowed that title at her canonization ceremony in St. Peter's Square. "I think, perhaps, we may have some difficulty in calling her St. Teresa; her holiness is so near to us, so tender and so fruitful, that we continue to spontaneously call her Mother Teresa," the pope said in off-the-cuff remarks during his homily)
La madre Teresa, 2012: title page (Madre Teresa) back cover (Her name was Inés Gonxa Bojaxhi that is how her parents called her and with that name she grew up)
S trpiacim Kristom dnes, 1989: title page (Matka Tereza z Kalkaty) cover (Matka Tereza)
Associated languageeng