Pope Francis Declares Mother Teresa A Saint Before Crowds At VaticanPope Francis has declared Mother Teresa a saint, honoring the tiny nun who cared for the world's most destitute as an icon for a Catholic Church that goes to the peripheries to find poor, wounded souls.
New York Albanian Community Prepares For Mother Teresa's Elevation To SainthoodThe elevation of Mother Teresa of Calcutta to sainthood this weekend is promising to be a historic moment not to be missed in Rome and in New York.
Mother Teresa To Be Made A Saint On Sept. 4Pope Francis set the canonization date Tuesday, paving the way for the nun who cared for the poorest of the poor to become the centerpiece of his yearlong focus on the Catholic Church's merciful side.
Cardinal Dolan: Mother Teresa's Sainthood Comes As No SurpriseThe Vatican on Friday set no date for the canonization, but it is widely believed that it will take place in the first week of September to coincide with the 19th anniversary of Mother Teresa's death and during Francis' Holy Year of Mercy.
Connecticut School Removing Joe Paterno Mural, QuoteA mural featuring late former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno has graced the walls of the Great Oak Middle School in Oxford for 20 years. But that's coming to an end.
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Catholic League Upset Empire State Building To 'Stiff' Cardinal DolanThe Catholic League's Bill Donohue is still steamed over the Empire State Building refusing to honor Mother Teresa and he says it's not surprising that they're going to "stiff" the newly elevated Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
Protesters: 'Turn On The Lights' For Mother Teresa Protesters lined up along 34th Street to voice their displeasure over a decision by the Empire State Building to refuse a request to honor Mother Teresa.

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