Via Live Canonization of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta: Among the Blesseds of the Catholic Church


By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach,

This Sunday, a new Saint of the Catholic Church will be Canonized as Blessed Mother Teresa, and will be officiated by Pope Francis at the Saint Peter’s Square in the Vatican.

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A link to the live Canonization proceedings was provided below … please note that it will be in the early hours of Sunday morning in the United States. At other locations, please check your local time to make sure you will be in the right time with the Vatican time which begins at 10:25 a.m. (see image below)

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Please click on this link to watch the “LIVE Canonization Proceedings” at the Vatican’s St. Peter’s Square.

Marcilio Haddad Andrino, from Brazil who was declared miraculously healed through Mother Teresa’s intercession spoke at the pre-canonization press conference that was held in Vatican, Friday, September 2, 2016. (source: vatican.com)

“Mr. Andrino described how he was suffering from a viral brain infection and the doctors had lost all hope of saving his life when his wife Fernanda prayed to Mother Teresa and immediately afterwards he found himself miraculously healed from the illness.

He expressed gratitude for his recovery but said he is just one example of God’s ample mercy and love and stressed he “did not feel special.” Within a year, his wife became pregnant and they were able to have two children even though Andrino had been told that the powerful drugs he had taken had made him infertile. He called his two children “the extension of that miracle.”

“Mother Teresa has always been the icon for the confluence of faiths, and that’s why I have such devotion for her saintly powers,” said Aarti Kumari, a Hindu and a regular visitor who comes for counseling from the nuns on family issues. (source: catholicherald.co.uk)

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