Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint of the Roman Catholic Church on Sunday. St. Teresa, who died in 1997, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her lifetime of work caring for the poor in the Indian city of Calcutta. Wall Street Journal reporter Francis Rocca joins Hari Sreenivasan.
Mother Teresa declared a saint in Vatican ceremony
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