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‘Troubled individual:’ Mother Teresa no saint

‘Gonzalez says attempts to raise a red flag or offer to install a water heater were always met with the same response by the nuns. “We don’t do that here. This is the way Jesus wants it, they’d say,” Gonzalez tells us.’ Continue reading

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Mother Teresa, Sadistic Religious Fanatic, To Be Made A Saint

“Researchers report the sadistic nun saw beauty in suffering, and refused to medicate those in pain because suffering would bring the afflicted “closer to God.” ” Continue reading

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Volunteers continue to testify against Mother Teresa’s charity.

“such deplorable hygienic conditions are not what disturbed me most. Rather, it is the fervent refusal to distribute proper painkiller, such as local anesthetic, despite the abundance regularly donated to Missionaries of Charity”

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Increasing recognition of Mother Teresa

” Yet as he discusses his experience volunteering at facilities run by Missionaries of Charity, the organization Mother Teresa founded, it becomes increasingly apparent that few of his anecdotes correlate with the reputation she enjoys.”

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