Mother Teresa, the "Saint of the Gutters," was a global humanitarian and honorary US citizen.

She joined the Sisters of Loreto in Dublin at 18 and never reunited with her family.

Mother Teresa's faith had moments of doubt, as revealed in her collection "Come Be My Light."

Her birth name, Anjeze Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, signifies "a little flower" in Albanian.

She celebrated August 27th as her true birthday, adding personal significance.

Mother Teresa received over 120 awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.

Her connection with Princess Diana included shared prayers and walks in New York City.

Both Mother Teresa and Princess Diana passed away within days of each other.

Mother Teresa's life stands as a testament to unwavering commitment, service, and compassion.

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