Mother Teresa

'Mother' Theresa






‘Mother’ Teresa

“If in coming face to face with God we accept Him in our lives, then we are converting. We become a better Hindu, a better Muslim, a better Catholic, a better whatever we are. … What God is in your mind you must accept” (from Mother Teresa: Her People and Her Work, by Desmond Doig, p. 156).

1 Timothy 2:5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus; 6 Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time.

A so-called woman of God, dedicated to spreading the good news of His Son and the promise of Salvation should recognize that there is no salvation outside of the Son. She should also be aware of the spiritual fragility of those heathens dying in her arms that have but one last chance at eternal life.

That is, if she was a woman of God. And by all evidence, she was anything but.

Mother Teresa was born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu in Skopje, Macedonia on August 26, 1910. She moved to India in 1929. She died in 1997, after having received the best medical career available the world over for many years. In Calcutta, those being the Birla Heart Institute and the Woodlands Clinic, medical care she would deny to those who languished in her asylums, most of which had mortality rates of 40%.

After founding her order, the Missionaries of Charity, she established Homes for the Dying, orphanages, hospices, et cetera.

“Those brought to the home received medical attention and were afforded the opportunity to die with dignity, according to the rituals of their faith; Muslims were read the Qu ‘ran, Hindus received water from the Ganges, and Catholics received the Last Rites”. (Spink, Kathryn (1997) Mother Teresa: A Complete Authorized Biography, New York, Harper Collins P. 55

Since when did ‘dying with dignity’ include no attempt to give the dying person an opportunity to know Christ and effect a deathbed conversion and expression of faith?

“These people are waiting to die. What are you telling them to prepare them for death and eternity? She replied candidly, ‘We tell them to pray to their Bhagwan, to their gods.” Christian News

In 12/96, a former nun in “Mother” Teresa’s order wrote the following letter (Source: FBIS, 2/1/97): “I myself was in Mother Teresa’s order, the Missionaries of Charity. I am now a Christian. I was saved on 3/3/96 … You are quite right about the pagan influences on the order. When I was a postulant in Rome, we had Hindu-style meditation techniques from a book called “Sadhana” by Father Antony De Mello. Mother Teresa behaves like a Hindu guru. She visits each convent at six monthly to yearly intervals. The sisters seem to live for these visits and sit worshipfully at her feet when she gives one of her talks. On the special occasion when she presented us with our personal rosaries (in the postulancy in Rome) she said, “My words are scripture for you,” and of course she was right. All the letters which she writes on “spiritual” matters are kept, printed and copied and bound into volumes. Each convent has a copy of these volumes of her words which are studied daily as Christians study the Bible. Cuttings of Mother Teresa’s hair and pieces of her saris are kept in a cupboard in Rome, ready to be made into relics when she is canonized.

“But my main worry was the corporal penances used by the sisters and kept in small hand-made drawstring bags, along with toothbrush, needle and thread, etc. These include a whip made of rope and bracelets and waist-chains made of something similar to gardening wire which pierce the flesh. These penance implements are made by the novices in Rome. This is dangerous to the health, but is kept secret.” (Signed, Pamela Hursch, England).

Interesting that she would deny those suffering pain of death any modern medical treatment or pain relief (for example, needles were used and reused to frequently that they would cause deadly infections and becoming dull, torturous pain), yet her organization took in uncounted tens of millions of dollars. What was it all spent on? Who can know? It certainly wasn’t on hospitals, schools, treatment facilities or the like. The filthy conditions of the hospices and homes for the dying are legend, most of the equipment being allowed to fall into disrepair and children in her death houses routinely tied to their stretchers/beds. The lack of medical care and trained professionals is beyond doubt. That she did take in millions from thieves and murderers is well documented.

The late Charles Keating, of the Savings and Loan scandal, gave her at least $1.2 million dollars that bought for him a letter from Mother Teresa to Judge Ito begging for clemency, as well as the loan of his private jet for her personal use. Millions more from the murderous thugs the Duvaliers in Haiti, who presented her with the Haitian Legion of Honor Award, buying her undying gratitude and public pronouncements on the unmatched humanity of the Duvaliers and their heavenly rule.

The finances of the order are a closely guarded secret, but reports compiled from various sources reveal a flow of money at about the rate of $100 million per year, with about 7% used on charity.

Mother Teresa was an avowed supporter of the Communist anti-Franco terrorists in Spain, the murderous Contras in South America, and was supported by Ralph Reed of the reactionary and ecumenist Christian Coalition.

In November of 1986, this advocate of torture was a participant in the satanic orgy of luciferianism known as the Summit for Peace, organized by Pope John Paul II. Included in this display of heathen paganism were Native American Shamans, Buddhist monks, Hindu Baghwans, Wiccans, snake handlers, et cetera.

1 Timothy 4:16 ‘Watch your life and doctrine closely. Persevere in them, because if you do, you will save both yourself and your hearers’.

Thanks to: Christopher Hitchens, in his book ‘The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice’, Verso: 1995; ‘An Interview with Christopher Hitchens on Mother Teresa’, Fall 1996, Free Inquiry, pp. 53-58, and The Berean Call, 10/96; ‘Ecumenism, ‘Global Spirituality’ and Mother Teresa’, Christian Inquirer, April 1985, p. 26; 11/10/86, Time magazine, pp. 78-79; ‘Mother Teresa Touched Other Faiths’, Associated Press, 9/7/97; Mother Teresa: Her People and Her Work, by Desmond Doig, p. 156; ‘Is Mother Teresa a True Christian?’, by David W. Cloud, pp. 5-6; ‘Mommie Dearest’ by Christopher Hitchens, Oct. 20 2003, Slate; ‘Mother Teresa: Where Are Her Millions?’, 1991, Stern magazine.


1 Comment

  1. Thank you! I knew of some of this, from reading an article by Richard Bennett of Berean Beacon. It’s frightening and sad and very instructive.

    Matthew 7:17-18
    17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.
    18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.


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