Catholics make up only a small sliver -- less than one percent -- of the country of 2.1 million, which is a patchwork of faiths and ethnicities.
Being a human person and becoming a human person is a vocation of everyone in the world
Teresa's canonisation mass was attended by more than 100,000 pilgrims, including heads of state.
"For the honour of the Blessed Trinity... we declare and define Blessed Teresa of Calcutta to be a Saint."
The sainthood ceremony comes one day short of the 19th anniversary of Teresa's death
Last year she was credited by Vatican experts with inspiring the 2008 recovery of a Brazilian man suffering from multiple brain tumours
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