Nobel Peace Prize winner, Mother Teresa was declared a saint in 2016 by Pope Francis. She worked tirelessly with the poor in Kolkata and opened her heart to people who had no one to love and care for them and her message of love, care, and service was carried across not just India but the entire world. Born in Skopje, Macedonia, she spent most of her life in India. She founded the Missionaries of Charity, an organization that runs hospices and homes for people with HIV I AIDS, leprosy, and Tuberculosis. At the time of her death, she was operating 517 missions in more than 100 countries dedicated to the poorest of the poor which also helped people with mobile clinics, soup kitchens, schools, and much more. Recipient of multiple honors including the Nobel Peace Prize (1979) and Ramon Magsaysay Peace Prize (1962), she was an inspiration to millions across the world.