Recently Pope Francis announced from the Vatican he will canonize Mother Teresa.
The canonization of Mother Teresa will take place in September 2016.
Saints are considered role models, and are believed to be capable of interceding with god on someone’s behalf.
Mother Teresa was born on August 26th 1910 in the city of Skopje in what is now known as the republic of Macedonia. Mother Teresa perhaps the most beloved missionary of the 20th century was renowned for devoting her life to being the ultimate advocate and servant for the poorest among us.
Mother Teresa left us to be with our Lord on Friday, September 5th, 1997 and on September 13, 1997 her body was carried to the graveyard on the same gun carriage that was used to transport the body of
In 1997 shortly before Mother Teresa’s passing Mephistopheles, Satan, the Devil attacked Mother Teresa
and Mother Teresa underwent an exorcism.
Archbishop Henry D’Souza ordered a priest in Calcutta to do the exorcism over Mother Teresa.
After the procedure Archbishop D’Souza said:
“Mother Teresa, slept like a baby.”
The usual procedure for evaluating a holy person for sainthood in the Catholic Church does not begin for five years after the death of the person. In Mother Teresa’s case, Pope John Paul II waived that time period putting Mother Teresa on what many have called the fast track to sainthood.
“You say a prayer in your religion, and I will say a prayer as I know it. Together we will say this prayer and it will be something beautiful for God.” –Mother Teresa