Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun who won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with Calcutta's poor, speaks at a press conference in Washington, DC 13 June 1986 about her work with children, lepers and AIDS victims. She was the guest speaker at an international health awards luncheon. Mother Teresa died 05 September 1997 in India at the age of 87.AFP PHOTO/ Don PREISLER / AFP PHOTO / DON PREISLER
Mutter Teresa, lachend, Dezember 1985
Mother Teresa talking with a poor woman and her child from a Red Cross minibus in Calcutta, India
United States President George H.W. Bush, right, and first lady Barbara Bush, center left, meet with Mother Teresa, founder, Roman Catholic Missionaries of Charity, center right, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C. on December 9, 1991
U.S. President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan present Mother Teresa with the Medal of Freedom at a White House Ceremony on June 20, 1985. Credit: White House via CNP - NO WIRE SERVICE -
Photo datée du 08 novembre 1988 à Johannesburg en Afrique du Sud, de mère Teresa tenant un enfant dans ses bras. Mère Teresa, religieuse devenue figure de légende pour son oeuvre au service des pauvres, est morte, le 05 septembre à Calcutta, d'une crise cardiaque.
A photo taken 08 November 1988 in Johannesburg shows Mother Teresa holding a child. Mother Teresa died 05 September in Calcutta of cardiac arrest at the age of 87. / AFP PHOTO / COR
Mother Teresa hugs a patient on July 5, 1988 during her visit at the divine providence hospital in El Salvador during her three-days visit in San Salvador. / AFP PHOTO / Ivan C. MONTECINOS
(FILES) A file photo taken 19 February 1992 shows Mother Teresa (L) chatting with Diana, Princess of Wales, during a visit to a convent in Rome. Mother Teresa died 05 September at the age of 87, according to reports on CNN television. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / -
Peace Nobel Prize Mother Teresa hugs a child in West Beirut on August 14, 1982. Mother Teresa visited the children who were in the Islamic Home which was shelled during the Israeli attacks on West Beirut. The children are now being evacuated to the mountains after living for several days without food and water. / AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET
(FILES) This 20 April 1995 file photo shows Mother Teresa releasing a dove from a French-donated ship that was later be converted in to Bangladesh's first floating hospita. Mother Teresa died 05 September at the age of 87 in India. AFP PHOTO/FILES / AFP PHOTO / MUFTY MUNIR
Nobel Peace Prize Mother Teresa speaks to the audience during the first day of the International colloquy called "Liberties and Human rights" at the Hotel de Lassay in Paris 30 May 1985. AFP PHOTO MICHEL CLEMENT / AFP PHOTO / MICHEL CLEMENT
A Photo taken on February 03, 1986 shows Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II waving to well-wishers, at the Nirmal Hriday Home, in Calcutta. The pontiff visited the Home where he was welcomed by Mother Teresa during his 10-day state visit to India. / AFP PHOTO / JEAN-CLAUDE DELMAS
French Minister of National Education (L) Jean-Pierre Chevenement shakes hands with the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize Mother Teresa during an International colloquy called "Liberties and Human rights" at the Hotel de Lassay in Paris, 30 May 1985. Standing at right are French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang (2ndR), and Mgr Desmond Tutu, the South-African Anglican bishop (R). AFP PHOTO CLEMENT / AFP PHOTO / MICHEL CLEMENT
Mother Teresa (left), a Roman Catholic nun and founder of the Missionaries of Charity, next to Metropolitan Filaret of Minsk and Belarus, chairman of Clergy for Peace with the Soviet Peace Defence Committee.
A photo taken during the 85th German Catholics Days in Freiburg between 13 and 17 September 1978 shows the Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (C) praying next to Mother Teresa. Ratzinger was elected the 265th pope of the Roman Catholic Church 19 April 2005 at the Vatican City, becoming Pope Benedict XVI. AFP PHOTO/KNA-BILD/AUSTRIA OUT SWITZERLAND OUT GERMANY OUT / AFP PHOTO / KNA-Bild
Mère Teresa en conversation avec un jeune bénévole européen dans la grande salle d'un mouroir, Calcutta, Inde, Asie.
Mother Teresa (C) who left hospital last week celebrates the 50th anniversary of the day of "inspiration" which led her to form the Missionaries of Charity 10 September. The 86 year old Roman Catholic nun urged her followers to carry on her task of helping the poor. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER
Salvia, a nurse from Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity, visiting a girl victim of an earthquake in Spitak admitted to the National Center for Spinal Injuries at the Burdenko Academy of Medical Sciences.
Mother Teresa, head of the Missionaries of Charity and Nobel Peace Prize winner, who arrived in Armenia to help earthquake victims, visiting Children's City Clinical Hospital No. 3.
Mother Teresa and Karapet Tarasyan from Leninakan at the All-Union Spine and Brain Injury Center, Moscow. The center provides treatment to servicemen who took part in combat action overseas and victims of the earthquake in Armenia of December 1988. Reproduction.
Mother Theresa, Superior of the order Missionaries of Charity and Nobel Prize winner, talks to a child injured in the 1988 Armenian earthquake.
Mother Teresa, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Superior General of the Missionaries of Charity, is helping children injured in the Armenian earthquake.
Decembre 1985: Mère TERESA donnant la communion à une novice de sa congrégation, Calcutta, Inde, Asie.
1985, decamber: Mother TERESA, Calcutta, India.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta (L), the humble nun known as the "saint of the gutters", walks together with the brother Roger Schutz-Marsauche, founder and preacher of the community of Taize, during her pilgrimage to Taize 23 October 1983. Mother Teresa was beatified 19 October 2003 by Pope John-Paul II. AFP PHOTO LUC NOVOVITCH / AFP PHOTO / LUC NOVOVITCH