With-in the gallery, multiple artifacts can be found to include her sari, bible, and multiple awards. Other interesting pieces include pictures of her throughout her life, a replication of her bed chamber, and a rosary. The gallery itself is not large, but the information contained with-in gives a great look into who Mother Theresa was as a person, very enlightening.
I then also visited the chapel above the gallery. Modern architecture, windows designs, and a giant glass cross definitely drew you in, but also took away from the general feeling the gallery put you into. Now it is just my opinion, but I don't believe one of the most humble and giving women in modern history would have enjoyed such a display. Again, just my opinion! I will be posting pictures soon, at that time I would love feed back as to what everyone else thinks.
Finally a note: It has taken a bit but settling has finally come to fruition, with that I hope to make much more regular in depth blog entries. So please keep checking in and leave comments. One of the best ways for me to realize even my own experiences and the significance of them is to answer questions.