The Truth of Mother Teresa

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Ashadh Shuddha Shashthi/Saptami, Kaliyug Varsha 5112

Know the Truth of so-called saint Mother Teresa. The information given here is based on the e-mail sent to us:

Mother Teresa has been known for cruel exploitation of poor children.

All hindus should look at these videos and realize that she was BRUTAL, wanted people to suffer so that she can get feeling of Christ in them.

Mother Teresa: Definitely not a saint!

Mother Teresa and her organization provided substandard care for patients, and were primarily interested in converting the dying to Catholicism. At the same time, Teresa received large sums in donations, the amount or destination of which has not been revealed. These donations have been transferred to Catholic missionary programs elsewhere, rather than being spent on improving the standard of healthcare. Furthermore, Teresa’s relationships with some donors and political figures have been a source of controversy. Yet still many Christians claim her to be a saint.

Hell’s Angel – Mother Teresa



We Indians pride ourselves in bowing to foreign nuns but fail to notice hundreds of true selfless service women in our religion

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