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VATICAN CITY (CBSMiami) — Pope Francis is set to declare Mother Teresa a saint, just two decades after her death.

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Hundreds of thousands of faithful are expected to gather at the Vatican on Sunday to witness her canonization.

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The Roman Catholic nun from Albania dedicated her life to helping the poor in India. After she died, Pope John Paul II fast-tracked her to sainthood for the miracle of healing two sick people.

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Her devotion to the people most in need earned her the Nobel Peace prize in 1979.