She died at the age of 87.
She lived with her mother, sister and brother in Albania.
She currently lives in Heaven as she died in 1997.
Mother Teresa lived the beatitudes.
No one is obligated to live like Mother Teresa.
She died in 1997 so, we presume, she currently lives on in Heaven.
She lived in her home town Skopje in Albania.
Mother Teresa was 87 years old when she passed away.
Mother Teresa spent much of her life living in Calcutta, India.
Yes, Mother Teresa spent much of her life in Calcutta, India.
Mother Teresa lived the first 18 years of her life in Albania before becoming a sister and missionary to the country of India where she spent the rest of her life.
Mother Teresa was born and raised in the country of Albania, today known as Macedonia.
She lived in Calcutta.
Mother Teresa lived with Michael Gomes in India. It was the site of her first shelter.
Mother Teresa lived the majority of her life in India from 1948 to her death in 1997.
Mother Teresa never lived in the United States but she did visit the country occasionally.
Mother Teresa was not like God. Only God is like God. Mother Teresa tried to live a life that was in accord with the teachings of Jesus Christ.
DescriptionMary Teresa Bojaxhiu, commonly known as Mother Teresa and honoured in the Catholic Church as Saint Teresa of Calcutta, was an Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun and missionary
Yes, Mother Teresa lived with her parents until she turned 18 years of age when she left them to join the Sisters of Loreto.
Mother Teresa was born August 26, 1910. She was 87 yrs. old when she passed away September 5, 1997.
No, she either stayed in hotels or in convents. She did not live on the streets.
No, she was trying to live her life in accordance with the will of God.
She worked primarily in India. By the way, Mother Teresa was not a nun, she was a sister. Nuns live in monasteries and generally do not leave the confines of the monastery.
Mother Teresa was a Catholic Christian, and believed in the trinity God - the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. As called for by Christianity, Mother Teresa looked up to God, and tried to live a life fashioned after the life of Jesus Christ.