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NEW DELHI, INDIA:  (FILES) In this file picture taken, 15 May 1997, Mother Teresa stands with nuns of the Missionaries of Charity For Destitute Children in New Delhi.  Mother Teresa will be beatified, 19 October 2003, in a ceremony in St Peter's Square, Vatican. The beatification ceremony is the penultimate step to being canonised a saint and has been the shortest in modern history. Following the beatification, a second miracle has to be verified by the Vatican before Mother Teresa can be proclaimed a saint.   AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN  (Photo credit should read RAVEENDRAN/AFP/Getty Images)
NEW DELHI, INDIA:  (FILES) In this file picture taken, 15 May 1997, Mother Teresa stands with nuns of the Missionaries of Charity For Destitute Children in New Delhi.  Mother Teresa will be beatified, 19 October 2003, in a ceremony in St Peter's Square, Vatican. The beatification ceremony is the penultimate step to being canonised a saint and has been the shortest in modern history. Following the beatification, a second miracle has to be verified by the Vatican before Mother Teresa can be proclaimed a saint.   AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN  (Photo credit should read RAVEENDRAN/AFP/Getty Images)

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