A Shortage of Actual Care

Pulpit and Pen quoting the Université de Montréal on Mother Teresa‘s work:

Madre Teresa de Calcutá (7565445144)“At the time of her death, Mother Teresa had opened 517 missions welcoming the poor and sick in more than 100 countries. The missions have been described as “homes for the dying” by doctors visiting several of these establishments in Calcutta. Two-thirds of the people coming to these missions hoped to a find a doctor to treat them, while the other third lay dying without receiving appropriate care. The doctors observed a significant lack of hygiene, even unfit conditions, as well as a shortage of actual care, inadequate food, and no painkillers. The problem is not a lack of money–the Foundation created by Mother Teresa has raised hundreds of millions of dollars.”  (Source)

For more information on Mother Teresa’s heretical beliefs and corrupt practices, read the entire article here:

http://pulpitandpen.org/2016/09/02/roman-catholics-canonizing-the-damned/