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"The researchers, Serge Larivée and Geneviève Chénard of the University of Montreal and Carole Sénéchal of the University of Ottawa, as shown in an article on the official website of the University of Montreal “Mother Teresa: anything but a saint...”, object to Mother Teresa’s
"rather dubious way of caring for the sick, her questionable political contacts, her suspicious management of the enormous sums of money she received, and her overly dogmatic views regarding, in particular, abortion, contraception, and divorce."
The study points out that Mother Teresa organized 517 missions for poor and sick people in over 100 countries. The researchers indicate the missions have been described as "homes for the dying" by doctors who visited several of these institutions in Calcutta. According to the researchers"the doctors observed a significant lack of hygiene, even unfit conditions, as well as a shortage of actual care, inadequate food, and no painkillers."
Since the foundation created by Mother Teresa collected hundreds of millions of dollars, the authors allege that the problem was not caused by lack of funds. They assert that the situation was due to the nun’s rather unique conception of suffering and death:
“There is something beautiful in seeing the poor accept their lot, to suffer it like Christ's Passion. The world gains much from their suffering,"
was her reply to criticism, citing journalist Christopher Hitchens. Nonetheless, according to Hitchens, when Mother Teresa required palliative care, she received it in a modern American hospital."
Canadian researchers discuss ‘The dark side of Mother Teresa’
Police arrest an employee who allegedly sold a baby for $2,150, and hold two others for questioning.
A LAWSUIT filed in California yesterday (Tuesday) alleges that Mother Teresa vigorously defended her 'spiritual advisor' – a priest known to have abused