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There is no God of war, says Pope Francis

There is no "God of war" and religion must not be used to justify violence, Pope Francis said on Tuesday, repeating recent calls for world peace.

Pope Francis declares Mother Teresa a saint

Mother Teresa declared a saint by Pope Francis at Vatican. She had devoted her life to serve the poor.

Mother Teresa declared Saint: Tears of joy, emotion, euphoria overtakes Mother House in Kolkata

Mother Teresa declared Saint: Tears of joy, emotion, euphoria overtakes Mother House in Kolkata

Nuns shed tears of joy and hugged each other, amid euphoric scenes at the Mother House, the global headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity, as the orders founder Mother Teresa was declared a Saint by the Vatican on Sunday.

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee gifts Bible bound in Baluchari silk to Pope Francis

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee gifts Bible bound in Baluchari silk to Pope Francis

Mother Teresa, the nun whose work with the dying and destitute of Kolkata made her a global icon of Christian charity, was made a saint on Sunday.

Mother Teresa's sainthood a proud moment: PM Modi

The sainthood of Mother Teresa "is a memorable and proud moment", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday.

Pope Francis hails Mother Teresa as 'personification of maternal love', declares her saint after canonisation ceremony

Pope Francis hails Mother Teresa as 'personification of maternal love', declares her saint after canonisation ceremony

The canonisation ceremony of Mother Teresa took place at Vatican City's St Peter's Square.

Mother Teresa: Some unknown facts about the world's most famous nun

Mother Teresa: Some unknown facts about the world's most famous nun

Mother Teresa also founded the Missionaries of Charity Brothers in 1963.

Mother Teresa: 20 most powerful quotes

Mother Teresa: 20 most powerful quotes

“Do ordinary things with extraordinary love.”

The 'miracles' that led to Mother Teresa's sainthood

The 'miracles' that led to Mother Teresa's sainthood

Mother Teresa was beatified in 2003 as the "Blessed Teresa of Calcutta".

Mother Teresa to be declared a saint by Pope Francis today

Mother Teresa to be declared a saint by Pope Francis today

In March, Pope Francis had announced that the Mother will be elevated to sainthood after the Church recognised two miracles attributed to her after her death.

Mother Teresa canonization: Here's how you can watch it LIVE

Mother Teresa canonization: Here's how you can watch it LIVE

The Holy Mass and canonization by Pope Francis is set for 10:30 am Vatican Time (2 pm Indian Standard Time).

Pope hails volunteers on eve of Mother Teresa sainthood

Pope hails volunteers on eve of Mother Teresa sainthood

Pope Francis today denounced what he called the modern-day sin of indifference to hunger, exploitation and other suffering, while commending the example of Mother Teresa on the eve of a sainthood ceremony for the nun who cared for India's destitute.

Mother Teresa's canonization – Know who all from India will attend event

Mother Teresa's canonization – Know who all from India will attend event

In March, Pope Francis had announced that Mother Teresa will be elevated to sainthood after the Church recognised two miracles attributed to her after her death.

Mother Teresa`s legacy under cloud as sainthood nears

Mother Teresa`s legacy under cloud as sainthood nears

Pope Francis approved the canonisation of the widely beloved Roman Catholic nun Mother Teresa last December, nearly two decades after she died in Kolkata.

Sonia Gandhi writes to Pope Francis before Mother Teresa's canonisation

Congress president Sonia Gandhi said that Mother Teresa was one of the most revered, loved and admired figures in India.

Colombia asks Pope, UN to help form post-conflict court

Colombia asks Pope, UN to help form post-conflict court

Negotiators say the final peace accord will set up a court to try those accused of the worst atrocities. But some of those accused of less serious deeds could receive an amnesty.

Pope: It's 'terrible' children taught they can choose gender

Pope Francis has lamented that children are being taught at school that gender can be a choice.

Pope Francis 'doubts' sex abuse case against Australian cardinal

Pope Francis said there were "doubts" over the case being made against Vatican finance chief George Pell, Australia's most senior Roman Catholic, for alleged child abuse.

Pope Francis refuses to equate Islam with violence

Pope Francis refused to equate Islam with violence on Sunday, saying Catholics could be just as deadly and warning Europe was pushing its young to terrorism.

Use the Gospel as your GPS, Pope tells huge mass in Poland

Pope Francis celebrated mass Sunday with over 1.5 million pilgrims in a vast sun-drenched field in Poland, wrapping up an emotionally charged trip with some choice technological metaphors.