Heavenly high five:
Mother Teresa is finally becoming what many folks have considered her for years -- a saint. Pope Francis will do the honors
in September. Not everyone gets to be a saint, of course. You have to rack up a couple of miracles. A life of service is a good start too. She joined an Irish convent at 18 and never looked back. Later, it was on to India to serve the poorest of the poor. Teresa won the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize
for her work. It's not quite sainthood, but it's one of the better honors this side of heaven.