The Blaze remembers Mother Teresa as she just recently became a Saint in the Catholic Church this month. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Mother Teresa of Calcutta will become a saint in the Catholic Church on Sunday. The Nobel Peace Prize winner known for her lifetime of service to the poor will be canonized by Pope Francis in Rome.
In 1994, Mother Teresa was invited by the Clinton administration to speak at the annual National Prayer Breakfast. As she spoke to those in attendance — including then-President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Clinton — she delivered a heartfelt address urging the United States to “stop the killing” and change its abortion policy.