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Sisters from the Missionaries of Charity admire the official canonisation portrait of Mother Teresa (CNS)

Catholic organisations in Washington DC celebrated the canonisation of St Teresa via public exhibitions

Worshipers at the "Together 2016" event in Washington July 16. (CNS)

More than 350,000 Christians from all denominations celebrated the life-changing power of Jesus on the National Mall in Washington

Pope Francis delivers his Angelus address yesterday (AP)

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Pope Francis reaches from the popemobile as a child is brought to him along a parade  route Sept. 23 in Washington. (CNS photo/Alex Brandon, pool)

Sophia Cruz delivered a letter and picture to Pope Francis begging him to help her parents and others facing deportation.

The 'Homeless Jesus'  bronze sculpture that sits in front of a Washington building occupied by Catholic Charities (CNS)

Pope Francis blessed a smaller version of the statue at the Vatican in 2013

Cardinal Wuerl: 'Solidarity is expressed in works of generosity, forgiveness and reconciliation' (AP)

American churchman says ‘profound forces’ are neglecting the common good

March for Life participants make their to the US Supreme Court in 2012 (CNS)

March for Life set for Washington return

‘The biggest human rights rally in the world’ marks the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1973 ruling in the case of Roe vs Wade

Pope Francis blesses the sculpture of Jesus during a general audience last year (CNS)

A statue of a homeless Jesus is to be permanently installed outside Methodist Central Hall

People attend a Courtyard of the Gentiles gathering in the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona (CNS)

Promoting dialogue between believers and non-believers will enrich our national conversation

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (PA)

Mother Teresa persuaded Clinton to open a home for orphaned children, and we should follow the feisty nun’s example