Another child abuser she is connected to. Look at this article back in 2011.
Colombo: sister of Mother Teresa arrested for “selling” children
The first Missionary of Charity to be jailed, she was accused following an anonymous tipoff. Sister Eliza runs a hostel for unwed mothers. Confusion
surrounds her arrest. According to fellow nuns, the incident is due to an outdated registry.
Colombo (AsiaNews) – Sister Mary Eliza, from the Missionaries of Charity, has been in prison since Fraiday night accused of selling children. Since
the congregation was founded, she is the first nun of Mother Teresa to be arrested. An anonymous tip off informed police, which then burst into the
Prem Nivesa of Moratuwa, a hostel for young unwed mothers run by the Sisters of Mother Teresa and arrested the nun. The hostel is now impounded.
Sister Eliza, superior of Prem Nivesa, is now in jail at the Women’s Prison of Welikada, and has not been able to see a lawyer yet. Today, a judge
is set to charge her formally with illegal trafficking in children.
I pray day and night for these poor children. I just don't understand how people can commit such vile acts.
Was this Saintly (and I use that word ever so loosely) MT a greedy person? Taking all the money donated to her Missionary Charity and keeping it
therefore not using it for the intended purpose of helping these poor children that she supposedly cared so much for.
Was Mother Teresa not so saintly after all? Researchers spark controversy by claiming her care of the sick was 'dubious' and handling of cash
These included 'her 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.'
At the time of her death, Mother Teresa had opened 517 missions welcoming the poor and sick in more than 100 countries.
But these missions have been described as 'homes for the dying' by doctors visiting several of these establishments in Calcutta.
Doctors observed a significant lack of hygiene, even unfit conditions, as well as a shortage of actual care, inadequate food, and no painkillers.
[url]But these missions have been described as 'homes for the dying' by doctors visiting several of these establishments in Calcutta. Doctors
observed a significant lack of hygiene, even unfit conditions, as well as a shortage of actual care, inadequate food, and no painkillers.
Here is a blog I found that was copied from a newspaper article. The article has been scrubbed from the net.
Mother Teresa: Where Are Her Millions?
For example, Samity, a man of around 30 with no teeth, who lives in the slums. He is one of the "poorest of the poor" to whom Mother Teresa was
supposed to have dedicated her life. With a plastic bag in hand, he stands in a kilometre long queue in Calcutta's Park Street. The poor wait
patiently, until the helpers shovel some rice and lentils into their bags. But Samity does not get his grub from Mother Teresa's institution, but
instead from the Assembly of God, an American charity, that serves 18000 meals here daily.
"Mother Teresa?"says Samity, "We have not received anything from her here. Ask in the slums -- who has received anything from the sisters here -- you
will find hardly anybody."
The fortune of this famous charitable organization is controlled from Rome, -- from an account at the Vatican bank. And what happens with monies at
the Vatican Bank is so secret that even God is not allowed to know about it. One thing is sure however -- Mother's outlets in poor countries do not
benefit from largesse of the rich countries. The official biographer of Mother Teresa, Kathryn Spink, writes, "As soon as the sisters became
established in a certain country, Mother normally withdrew all financial support." Branches in very needy countries therefore only receive start-up
assistance. Most of the money remains in the Vatican Bank.
"You should visit the House in New York, then you'll understand what happens to donations," sayssays Eva Kolodziej. The Polish lady was a Missionary
of Charity for 5 years. "In the cellar of the homeless shelter there are valuable books, jewellery and gold. What happens to them? -- The sisters
receive them with smiles, and keep them. Most of these lie around uselessly forever."
Reading articles like these rips my heart out and makes my soul scream out in agony. These are our fellow human beings.
Another scathing article written about MT.
Mother Teresa, John Paul II, and the Fast-Track Saints
What usually went unreported were the vast sums she received from wealthy and sometimes tainted sources, including a million dollars from convicted
savings & loan swindler Charles Keating, on whose behalf she sent a personal plea for clemency to the presiding judge. She was asked by the prosecutor
in that case to return Keating’s gift because it was money he had stolen. She never did.1 She also accepted substantial sums given by the brutal
Duvalier dictatorship that regularly stole from the Haitian public treasury.
edit on 7/8/18 by onehuman because: (no reason given)