'Mother Teresa'
Mother Teresa was born Agnes Goxnha Bojaxhiu on August 26, 1910, in Albania. Later she became Mother Teresa when joining an order of Loreto nuns. She founded the Missionaries of Charity, a group of sisters dedicated to the needs of those who are suffering. For her impact on the world, Mother Teresa received the 'Nobel Peace Prize", the first ever awarded to a nun, on December 10th, 1979.

She brought love and compassion to neglected people throughout the world. She continued to dedicate her life to proclaiming God's love for all people especially the poor dying, and abandoned.

Original: Collection of the sculptor
Artist Edition
Wt: 16 lbs. Ht: 10"
Cast: Corinthian Marble


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