A Saint is the opposing role to a Sinner.
In the eyes of the church, a Sinner is someone adjudged to do wrong.
A Saint is someone who does good deeds for others.
The Christian religion defines good deeds as virtues & bad deeds as sins.
Saints are virtuous & good, Sinners are sinful & bad.
Spirituality sees sins as male energy & virtues as female energy.
There is no judgment in spiritual reality only in religiosity.
The female virtues of humbleness, humility, kindness, caring, pleasing, poverty & duty are all the virtues of a True Mother.
Sins are the male energy of an assertive leader or Father.
Virtues are the female energy of a nurturing Mother or follower.
As female virtues are seen to be good, they are also the qualities attributed to a Saint.
The Christian distinction between a Mother & a canonised Saint is that a Saint is required to have performed two proven miracles to be awarded that qualification.
A Mother just has to give birth to children.
The exception to the rule is Mother Theresa who is a Saint & a Mother without ever giving birth to her own children.