The Roman Catholic church is set to make Mother Teresa of Calcutta a saint. Pope Francis has recognized a second miracle attributed to Mother Teresa and cleared the way for her to becoming a saint, a process known as canonization. Before a new saint can be canonized they first require beatification, recognition that the deceased has entered heaven. Before this can happen a prospective saint has to be shown to have performed a miracle. As reported in the Guardian Mother Teresa is said to have performed several miracles including “curing” a Brazilian man of multiple brain tumors 11-years after she died.