Like an angel receiving her wings, Mother Teresa has been named a SAINT! Pope Francis made the official declaration during a canonization mass held at the Vatican, where thousands of fans gathered to praise the late nun for her immense charity work. Read all the details, right here.
Pope Francis has just revealed the exact date when Mother Teresa will be declared a saint by the Vatican.
Nearly two decades after Mother Teresa died at 87 years old, she will be formally recognized as a saint. Pope Francis, 79, will introduce the nun into sainthood following confirmation that two miracles occurred after people prayed to her for help. Mother Teresa was best known for traveling the world and helping the sick throughout her long life.
It’s a historic day for the Catholic Church! Mother Teresa, the nun who dedicated her life to helping India’s poor, has officially been granted her second miracle by Pope Francis, thus paving the way for her to become a saint nearly two decades after her death. Get the details on her long-awaited canonization here!
Though Mother Teresa has long been thought of as a saint across the world, the title has never been made official — that is, until now. On Dec. 17, Pope Francis officially approved of the Nobel Prize-winning nun’s second miracle, thus assuring her induction into sainthood under the Catholic Church. Get the details on her historic appointment below!