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Indian nun and missionary in the Roman Catholic Church (born of Albanian parents in what is now Macedonia)

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En efecto, los nombres religiosos adoptados por Jorge Bergoglio y Agnes Bojaxhiu propician entre ambos una extrana y a la vez simbolica coincidencia espiritual: el papa argentino ha venerado siempre a la monja carmelita del siglo XIX Therese de Lisieux, hoy Santa Teresa, de la misma forma que Bojaxhiu hizo de San Francisco, "el pobre de Asis", la luz de su vida.
From Skopje in Macedonia, Mother Teresa - real name Agnes Bojaxhiu - founded her order in 1948 and went to work in the slums of Calcutta.
Esta mujer, cuyo nombre era Gonxha Agnes Bojaxhiu, crecio en el seno de una devota familia catolica en Skopje, Albania.
Born Agnes Bojaxhiu (1910) in Skopje, then part of the Ottoman Empire, she took the name Sister Teresa in Ireland, where she began her training as a nun with the Loreto Sisters.
Bader, Like a Drop in the Ocean: 99 Sayings by Mother Teresa is an anthology of spiritual insights and quotations by Gonxha Agnes Bojaxhiu, commonly known as Mother Teresa of Calcutta.