"Saint Teresa of Calcutta, known as Mother Teresa was a nun and missionary who devoted her life to caring for the sick and poor. She travelled all over the world helping others, but spent most of the time in Calcutta, India. It was in her heart and her calling to aid the unwanted, the unloved, and the uncared for. In her lifetime, she established an orphanage, nursing home, hospice, centres for the blind, aged and disabled and a leper colony to name a few. Despite the enormous scale of her charitable activities and the millions of lives she touched, for which she received the Nobel Peace prize, she held only the most humble conception of her own achievments. She is quoted as saying 'As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus.'"