What does this word mean? Talk about your thoughts with an Accomplice and be prepared to impart to the class!.


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Mother Teresa, victor of the Nobel Peace Prize, passed on September 5, 1997, in her community in India. ... She took the name
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Conviction What does this word mean? Talk about your thoughts with a Partner and be prepared to impart to the class!

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LO: To recognize what a saint is and to investigate convictions.

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Think about your most vital conviction... How might you feel in the event that this conviction was banned? What might you do?

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How are individuals\' convictions at some point banned?

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Have you known about the word Talk Partner\'s about what you think this word implies. Saint

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Who is this lady?

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Mother Teresa, victor of the Nobel Peace Prize, kicked the bucket on September 5, 1997, in her religious community in India. She was 87. Conceived Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in 1910 in Skopje, Yugoslavia. She took the name "Teresa" after St. Teresa of Lisieux, patroness of the Missionaries.

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In 1948, she went over a half-dead lady lying before a Calcutta doctor\'s facility. She stayed with the lady until she passed on. Starting there on, she committed the larger part of her life to aiding the poorest of the poor in India, therefore picking up her the name "Saint of the Gutters."

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She established a request of nuns called the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India devoted to serving poor people. Very nearly 50 years after the fact, the Missionaries of Charity have developed from 12 sisters in India to more than 3,000 in 517 missions all through 100 nations around the world.

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In 1952, she established an extraordinary home for the withering in a previous sanctuary in Calcutta. It was there that they would administer to the withering Indians that were found in the city. Mother Teresa saw goodness in everybody. She didn\'t pass judgment on individuals. She needed them to have the capacity to kick the bucket in peace and with pride. For more than 50 years, she worked magnanimously helping poor people. This dedication won her admiration all through the world and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.

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Mother Teresa had experienced heart issues. She endured a genuine heart assault in 1989. It was then that a pacemaker was introduced. She kicked the bucket in 1997, experiencing intestinal sickness and being dealt with for a mid-section contamination. Numerous individuals think about her as a living holy person and she is still generally discussed today.

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Do you think Mother Teresa was a Martyr?

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What are your most critical convictions?

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YOUR TASK In your gatherings, play \'Stand firm!\' You will be given pieces of paper. Consider your most critical conviction, and record this covertly! One individual at once to uncover their conviction, talk about your purposes behind picking this conviction. Pass it around each one in turn so others in your gathering can discuss how they feel about this conviction as well.

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Finally… As a gathering, request the convictions all together of significance. When you have arranged and chosen the request, record the rundown in your books. In conclusion, expound on your picked conviction and what it intends to you.

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