Mother Teresa, an Albanian or an Indian at heart?

The question of Mother Teresa's "homeland" was never fully settled in life and seems to remain an open-ended question in death. The latest manifestation of this nagging controversy now involves her remains -- and the issue seems likely only to get hotter with her canonization looming.


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