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# mother teresa

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Indian government renews access to foreign funding for Mother Teresa charity
The government cut off foreign funding to the Missionaries of Charity on Christmas Day and refused to renew its licence.
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India restricts foreign funding for Mother Teresa charity
Critics have described the decision as further evidence of harassment of Christians under the Hindu nationalist government.
Mother Teresa's childcare homes to be inspected after allegations of staff illegally selling babies
The inspections were announced after staff at a shelter in India were arrested over allegations of selling at least five infants illegally.
Mother Teresa charity 'sold babies' born to unwed mothers
A nun and a staff member at Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity were arrested today.
Two thirds of people in Ireland support Mother Teresa being made a saint
She was canonised on Sunday.
Joyous scenes as Mother Teresa is now Saint Teresa of Kolkata
The nun was canonised today in front of about 100,000 pilgrims.
Poll: Do you believe in miracles?
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Revered, reviled, misunderstood: Mother Teresa becomes a saint today
Teresa worked with the poorest of the poor in the sprawling metropolis formerly known as Calcutta for nearly four decades.
Mother Teresa to become saint after Pope recognises second miracle
Pope Francis has signed off on the second miracle required to grant the late nun a sainthood.
Mother Teresa is being made a saint next year
A date has reportedly been set for September 2016.
Plan to convert Loreto Abbey back into school "incredibly ambitious" say property managers
The disused building — where Mother Teresa studied English — was purchased by the Department of Education this week from NAMA.