Mother Teresa Leadership Profile Project

Facts on Mother Teresa

"Joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls." - Mother Teresa
How Mother Teresa Lead the People of Calcutta, India
Mother Teresa lead the poor people of Calcutta, India with the teachings of the Christen Lord. She worked in the Catholic Schools teaching christen values. Between 1946 and 1952, Mother Teresa established an organization which provided food for the hungry and poor, the naked, homeless, blind, crippled and abandoned. She made no disparity in taking care of people, and anyone who had no where to go would come to the organization.
She also started a home for the dying at Kalighat in Calcutta, and also in the same period she opened another home called Nirmala Shishu Bhavan for orphans and homeless children. She was the first woman in India to open a home for the lepers in Shanti Nagar in 1955. The missionary that she established did not stop in Calcutta, she worked towards expanding it and thousands of nuns enrolled in her organization to service the poor and needy. Today, there are over 600 missionaries across India working to uplift the various levels of poverty.