Pope Francis Approves Mother Teresa for Sainthood

Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the poor.

CHR Comment: Mother Teresa (1910-1997) was declared a saint by Pope Francis. The leader of the Missionaries of Charity was widely respected for her work among the poor in Calcutta, India, and as an advocate for human dignity. The article includes a fine infographic that explains the process by which someone is approved for sainthood in the Roman Catholic Church as well as biographical information.

Source: Pope Francis approves Mother Teresa for sainthood

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