Mother Teresa's canonization

@nomus24g (21506)
India
September 4, 2016 3:38am CST
Albanian Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu best known as Mother Teresa, chose her workplace as Kolkata and founded Missionaries of Charity. This Roman Catholic religious congregation consists over 4,500 sisters and is active across 133 countries.She has been memorialized through museums, been named as patroness of various churches, and worldwide had various structures and roads named after her, including Albania's international airport. And today Mother Teresa will be declared a SAINT by Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church in a canonization ceremony in Vatican City.A proud moment for humanitarians of this world and a double delight for Indians and Albanians.
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@franxav (4742)
4 Sep 16
Having lived a part of my life with her and having worked with her brothers and sisters in and around Kolkata, I feel a personal joy!
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@nomus24g (21506)
• India
4 Sep 16
Thats great
@responsiveme (14478)
• India
8 Sep 16
I am blessed to have met her once
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@nomus24g (21506)
• India
8 Sep 16
wow...thats good
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• India
8 Sep 16
@nomus24g She had just won the Nobel Prize and she came to set up a home in Tezpur , my hometown
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@nomus24g (21506)
• India
8 Sep 16
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• Kolkata, India
4 Sep 16
Yeah she is Saint Mother Teresa now.
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@JustBhem (31735)
• Davao, Philippines
4 Sep 16
I really like her doings and being kind to people. How I wish I see her when she visited my country before. But I think Inwas too young then.
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