Animal Figurines, Angel Figurines, Art Glass, Collectible Figurines, Kullberg Plaques, Pottery, Paperweights, Unique Gift Ideas and Fine Collectibles. Many are artist signed

Online Since 1998


SATISFACTION GUARANTEED:

If you are not entirely satisfied with our service or products, please contact us. Follow the guidelines in our return policy and we will do whatever we can to resolve the issue

Facebook Badge
 

Pot Belly Miniature Box - Mother Teresa
[PBHMT2]

$15.00

Description: Mother Teresa, Nun.  Mini boxes for tiny treasures.
Measurement:  2in h
Interior Design: Dove
Manufacturer: Harmony Ball
Material: Crushed Marble, with look and feel of antique ivory

Mother Teresa was born Agnes Bojaxhiu in 1910 in Üsküb, Kosovo, where her father was a successful merchant. While little is known of her early life, she recounted that she felt a vocation to help the poor from the age of 12. At 18, the Vatican granted Teresa permission to join the Sisters of Loreto in Calcutta. From 1930 to 1948 she taught geography and catechism at St. Mary's High School in Calcutta, becoming its principal in 1944. In 1946, by her own account, she received a calling from God "to serve Him among the poorest of the poor." In 1948, she left the school and began her missionary work. By 1950, Mother Teresa founded her own order, the Missionaries of Charity. The order soon began to attract recruits and charitable donations, and by the 1960s had opened hospices, orphanages and leper houses all over India. In 1965, Pope Paul VI granted Mother Teresa's request to expand her order to other countries. It started to rapidly grow, with new homes opening all over the globe. By the early 1970s, Mother Teresa had become an international celebrity. She was awarded the Templeton Prize in 1973, the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979, and India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna in 1980. Made an Honorary Citizen of the United States in 1996 (one of only six), she was later beatified by Pope John Paul II in 2003. Mother Teresa was the first and only person to be featured on an Indian postage stamp while still alive. At the time of her death in 1997, Missionaries of Charity had over 4,000 sisters and more than 100,000 volunteers, operating 610 missions in 123 countries. 

Other images for this product:

No other images currently available

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 15 March, 2010.
Customers who bought this product also purchased
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Ben Franklin, Scientist
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Ben Franklin, Scientist
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Theodore Roosevelt, President
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Theodore Roosevelt, President
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Kitten, Sweetie
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Kitten, Sweetie
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Frida Kahlo, Artist
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Frida Kahlo, Artist
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Mary Todd Lincoln, First Lady
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Mary Todd Lincoln, First Lady
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Fyodor Dostoevsky, Russian Writer
Pot Belly Miniature Box - Fyodor Dostoevsky, Russian Writer
  Shopping Cart  
0 items
  Sign in  
E-mail address:

Password:


  Tell A Friend  
Friend's e-mail:


  Specials more 
Benaya Ceramic Art Tile - Bar Scene Series, Scotch
Benaya Ceramic Art Tile - Bar Scene Series, Scotch
$48.00
$32.00
  Bestsellers  
01.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Ben Franklin, Scientist
02.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Edgar Allen Poe, Author
03.Pot Belly Miniature Box - William Shakespeare, Playwright
04.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State
05.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Theodore Roosevelt, President
06.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Chief Joseph
07.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Franklin D. Roosevelt, President
08.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Napoleon Bonaparte, General
09.Pot Belly Miniature Box - Charles Dickins, Author
10.Pot Belly Miniature Box - King Henry VIII, Royalty