Mother Teresa was a woman who helped other people throughout her life. Upon her death she was declared a saint and her life and deeds live up to that title. But did you know that she moved to Ireland in order to learn English? Or that she performed miracles beyond the grave? Mother Teresa is often synonymous with virtue, kindness and giving - and this episode of Dirt Nap City explores those virtues as well as the controversy behind her organization and some of her views. For mother's day, Kelly and Alex dig deep into the life of the original mother who was an example of true altruism in a world that could definitely use it!
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