The Catholic Church will have a new Saint – the late Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who helped the poorest of the poor.

FOX’s Courtney Walsh reports from the Vatican:

The late Mother Teresa won a Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the poorest.

And now Pope Francis has cleared the way for the highest honor in the Catholic Church: Sainthood.

This, after recognizing a second miracle, thanks to her intercession with God, the inexplicable healing of a man suffering from brain tumors.

Vatican observers note that Mother Teresa known as “The Saint of the Gutters” also famously expressed her doubts about God in letters published against her will after she died in 1997 at age 87.

The ceremony expected to take place on September 4th.

At the Vatican, Courtney Walsh, FOX News.