September 4th, the day when Pope Francis will canonize late Mother Teresa, and she will be officially recognised as the ‘Saint’ of the Roman Catholic Church. Pope will canonize her in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.
Often referred as the ‘Saint of the Gutters,’ Mother Teresa will be an official saint after 19 years of her death.
Born as Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu on 26th August 1910 in a catholic family, Mother Teresa was fascinated by missionaries and at the age of 12 she decided to commit herself to the religious life. Therefore, she became a nun.
NewsX with Sourav Sanyal brings you the journey of late Mother Teresa, along with the series of events that are taking place as a symbol of celebration of her canonization. We discuss with people been associated to her, the life of the noble peace prize winner, her achievements along with her journey to India and her noble work for which she is still alive in hearts & minds of masses.
First Published | 3 September 2016 9:28 PM