Mother Teresa


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Indian nun and missionary in the Roman Catholic Church (born of Albanian parents in what is now Macedonia)

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Not only India, but the whole world regarded Mother Teresa a Saint in her life-time itself except, perhaps some crooked-minded people, who, probably in their heart of hearts themselves do not believe in what they are saying.
Mother Teresa pictured on a visit to England back in 1996
In 2002, the Vatican ruled that an Indian woman's stomach tumor had been miraculously cured after prayers to Mother Teresa.
The Pope said Mother Teresa put into action his ideal of the Church as a merciful "field hospital" for the poorest of the poor, those suffering both material and spiritual poverty.
Francis held up Mother Teresa as the model for a Catholic Church that goes to the peripheries to find poor, wounded souls during a canonization Mass that drew an estimated 120,000 people-rich and poor, powerful and homeless-to a sun-filled St.
Pope Francis passes in front of a portrait of Mother Teresa
In his message on the eve of the canonisation ceremony to be done by Pope Fracis at Vatican City, Mukherjee said Mother Teresa was an embodiment of compassion.
Mumbai: India Post Sunday issued a commemorative postage stamp of Mother Teresa on the occasion of her canonisation as Saint Teresa by Pope Francis at the Vatican City.
Kolkata: On the eve of her canonisation as a Roman Catholic saint, and 19 years after her death, the order founded by Mother Teresa of Calcutta is going strong - even without her charismatic leadership.
Blessed MOTHER TERESA of Kolkata will be canonized by Pope Francis on September 4th, coinciding with the conclusion of his Year of Mercy jubilee, honoring those engaged in works of mercy.
26, 1910, in Macedonia, Mother Teresa recognized her calling to missionary work at an early age and decided to commit herself to a religious vocation.
Mother Teresa once said, "If I ever become a saint--I will surely be one of 'darkness.
The coin also holds the Latin name "Sancta Teresia de Calcutta" (Saint Teresa of Calcutta), and the name of Mother Teresa written in Macedonian and in Albanian language.