Mother Teresa of Calcutta is a model for many people to imitate. This is a holy person of the Catholic Church and the winner of the Nobel Peace and Templeton Prizes.
For these special distinctions, she earned them for her work for the sick and the poor. For more than 45 years she ran hospices for the dying and homes for orphans and people infected with HIV / AIDS, leprosy, and tuberculosis. She also founded numerous restaurants and started programs to support children’s homes, schools and poor families.
She became the founder of the Missionaries of Love. The assembly thrived and in the year of its death served 610 missions in 123 countries. Mother Teresa honored the leaders and the church dignitaries with honors. When the church died, the church accelerated the procedure to proclaim her blessed, but did she really deserve it? Critics say absolutely not, because she was not as holy as it seems she was. These are not slanders, but among others the findings of Canadian scientists who published a report that was strongly disliked by her supporters.
Its results state that the missionary mismanaged huge sums of money. Apparently, she had $ 100 million in donations, but only 5% of the donations went to the sick. The rest of the funds were spent on the construction of homes for missionary sisters or the Vatican. Mother Teresa did not spare the needy prayers, but in financial support she was quite frugal. In its facilities, even disposable syringes and analgesics were missing.
What other sins is the saint accused of? More about this on the next page.