Mother Teresa, one of the 7 honorable citizens in America's history

Mother Teresa, one of the 7 honorable citizens in America's history

 The Honorary Citizen Prize of the United States, is the biggest prize for non-Americans.

Only 7 non-American personalities have been awarded with the Honor Citizen Award throughout the history of the United States of America, among these personalities is also the Albanian Gonxhe Bojaxhiu-Mother Teresa.

Only seven people have been honored with this award in United States history, five after death, and two while still alive, Mother Teresa and Sir Winston Churchill.

Mother Theresa (1996) One year before her death, Agnese Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, known in the world as Mother Teresa, became the only person along with Churchill who was honored with the US Citizen Prize while still alive.

Although the Albanian nun who was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize and the President's Medal of Liberty award, she had spent some time in the United States in Charity Missionaries she had founded in 1950, opening a kitchen and serving soup, emergency shelters, nursing homes and other shelter across the country./Oculus News

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