05 September 2012 07:05 AM | By Natasha Sporn
15 Years After Mother Teresa's Death

Mother Teresa and Diana, Princess of Wales



Mother Teresa and Diana, Princess of Wales bow to each other (© Mike Segar / Reuters)
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  • Mother Teresa and Diana, Princess of Wales bow to each other (© Mike Segar / Reuters)
  • Mother Teresa (© Evan Schneider / AP)
  • Mother Teresa being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo in 1979 (© Henrik Laurvik / AP)
  • An Indian Christian holds a crucifix following the miracle that led to Mother Teresa's beatification (© © Sucheta Das / Reuters;)
  • Saint Peter's Square on October 19th when Mother Teresa was beatified (© © Reuters Photographer / Reuters;)
  • Remembering Mother Teresa by candlelight (© © Rupak De Chowdhuri / Reuters;)
  • Poster of a great speaker; Mother Teresa (© © Rupak De Chowdhuri / Reuters;)
  • Sisters from the Missionaries of Charity order founded by Mother Teresa singing hymns (© © Jayanta Shaw / Reuters;)
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To celebrate the 15th anniversary since Mother Teresa's death, we take a look at her life.

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