Mother Teresa is in line to become a saint after Pope Francis recognised a second miracle attributed to her.
702 and Cape Talk's Phemelo Ngcobo (standing in for Azania Mosaka and Pippa Hudson) spoke to Father Smilo Mngadi about the celebrated humanitarian becoming a saint.
Listen to conversation below:
When we make someone a saint, we are not saying that the person has not sinned. A saint is someone who has sinned.— Father Smilo Mngadi, Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference
Mother Teresa was not a politician and not an economist. We need to judge her within her means, and that is one important principle we as the Catholic church have.— Father Smilo Mngadi, Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference