Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid. Be Terrified. Conditions of Mother Teresa

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    Sep 09, 2016 8:06 AM GMT
    Javier Leocadio Colón

    Back in 2009 I visited one of Mother Teresa's homes in Tanzania and will never forget what I saw. It was one of the most terrifying experiences of my life. A true house of horrors. A real life museum of poverty and physical abnormalities.

    The facility was packed with elderly people who were near death and in the back of the facility they had dark rooms where they kept the mentally ill and severely handicapped people. There I saw humans with chains on their bodies to prevent them from scratching their eyes out or attacking others. It was absolutely intense heat and these people were in soiled linens... the stench nearly drove me to vomit.

    Then I saw a man who was unable to sit up... due to an enormous head that was about 3 feet long attached to a tiny body with tiny limbs. The guy was about 30 yrs old and was being kept alive unnecessarily. This severe disfigurement couldn't possibly be a good life. I looked into the gigantic eyes of this man and cried as I could see the pain that he was suffering.

    That was undeniably the most terrifying home for the disabled/poor/elderly that I have ever seen. I wish that experience on no one and unfortunately it exists due in large part to Mother Teresa's warped image of religion that condemns abortion or humane methods to end life support for severely disfigured humans. I don't believe that she should be considered a saint.
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    Sep 09, 2016 8:22 AM GMT
    Source: The Moth Facebook Page
    August 31, 2016, 1:26pm

    On Sunday, the Catholic Church will canonize Mother Teresa, the Albanian religious sister who became known as the “angel of the slums.” This week on the #MothPodcast hear a story from the doctor who cared for her.
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    Sep 10, 2016 4:37 AM GMT
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    I guess the question is where would those people be otherwise? These people were considered "undesirables" and no one would care for them. I don't believe in abortion or Euthanasia, so ...
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    Sep 10, 2016 4:47 AM GMT
    Jesus was a healer.
    His healing his part of the salvation he personifies.
    Salvation from suffering is a service Christianity evangelizes.

    You pull the donkey out the ditch, you pull the sheep out of the pit, even on the Sabbath,
    to avoid suffering, loss of life, to be a good Shepherd.
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    Sep 11, 2016 5:57 AM GMT
    The Catholic Church has many hidden secrets. Besides the Vatican`s money laundering and support of the mafia. Many years back, nuns who got pregnant were sent to a remote convent for an abortion. If you as a priest ever denounced the church back in the day, you faced a death threat. Sourced from the books `Alberto` & `The broken cross`.