Mother Teresa

Activist Type
Human Rights

Mother Teresa, born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in 1910, is celebrated globally as an epitome of compassion and selflessness. After joining the Sisters of Loreto at a young age, she embarked on a journey of service and sacrifice, ultimately making Kolkata her home. Amidst the poverty and suffering of the streets, she founded the Missionaries of Charity in 1950, a congregation dedicated to serving "the poorest of the poor." Her humble acts of kindness, from tending to the sick and destitute to embracing the forgotten and abandoned, resonated far beyond the confines of Kolkata, earning her the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. Mother Teresa's legacy endures through the countless lives she touched and the hearts she inspired, reminding us all of the profound impact of love and compassion in a world often marred by strife and adversity.

Artwork by
Ana Hoxha

As an illustrator, I am driven by my passion for storytelling and the ability to communicate complex messages through visually stunning imagery. With every new project, I strive to push boundaries, explore new techniques, and create illustrations that captivate and inspire.


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November 28, 1912
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