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A trademark sari

NEW DELHI (AsiaNews): The while cotton sari edged with the blue stripe which has become the trademark of the Missionaries of Charity is now a legally registered trademark with the intellectual properties held by the congregation.
 
A common sight around Kolkata since the congregation was founded by Mother Teresa in 1950, it is now known around the world as the sisters have spread their presence to all corners of the globe.
 
The Trade Marks Registry of India granted the registration.
 

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Saint of the Poor continues to inspire

HONG KONG (SE): A large crowd gathered at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on September 4 to hear Pope Francis proclaim Mother Teresa of Kolkata a tireless worker of mercy, describing her as an icon of God’s love, as he declared the woman who has become known as the Saint of the Poor a saint of the Catholic Church.

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Mother Teresa and Hong Kong

HONG KONG (SE): Mother Teresa visited Hong Kong in 1983 at the invitation of the Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council.

She was invited to be the guest speaker at the Inaugural Session of the Third International Congress of the International Federation for Family Life Promotion on 20 November 1983 at the City Hall.

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I thirst

Mother Teresa of Kolkata is scheduled to be canonised in Rome on September 4, which will give the liturgical calendar three saints with similar names, the others being two Carmelites, St. Teresa of Ávila, later declared a doctor of the Church, and St. Thérèse of Lisieux.








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Mother Teresa to be canonised

VATICAN (SE): On March 15, at a ceremony in the Consistory Hall of the Vatican Apostolic Palace presided over by Pope Francis, it was formally declared that Mother Teresa of Kolkata, along with four others is to be canonised a saint.

 

The Vatican Information Service announced that José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero, from Argentina, is among them.

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