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Mother Teresa of Calcutta has been declared a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, fast-tracked to canonisation just 19 years after her death. Video, Audio
Religious historian Peter Lineham talks about Mother Teresa's distance from the Divine. Audio
The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder on Kolkata's celebrations of Mother Teresa's canonisation. Audio
Pope Francis has announced that Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church at a ceremony on September fourth. Audio
Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be made a saint after Pope Francis approved a decree recognising a miracle attributed to her intercession with God.