Canonization of Mother Teresa

Emily McConville | September 6, 2016

Mother Teresa

On Sunday, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the nun who gained international fame for her ministry to the poor and sick, was officially recognized as a Catholic saint.

Thousands packed St. Peter’s Square in Rome for the canonization Mass with Pope Francis — including about 35 Notre Dame students, just beginning their study-abroad programs.

Junior Morgan Paladino, the student minister for the fall semester in Rome, said the group arrived at 4:45 a.m. for the 10:30 a.m. Mass.

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