‘Mother Teresa’ No Saint, Glorified Suffering,Media Creation

I am of the view that Mother Teresa is a creature appointed by The Vatican to proselytize , promoted by the Media in a slick manner and swallowed hook line and sinker by the gullible

Mother Teresa’s Mission was to convert.  people of other faith to Christianity, making use of the economic backwardness and poor health of the People.

Note Teresa’s concentration on the North Eastern parts of India and her popular Office is in Kolkata with easy access to the North east of India.

I have been told by  people whom I met ( of Her Order) that she used to ill-treat the patients , had tantrums thrown in private but in Public she was the personification of Sobriety and ,Piety and concern for the sufferings of the Poor while she glorified ‘Suffering’ in private.

This has been confirmed by a Study by a Canadian Group.

Also it is worth remembering how she was ‘beatified’ by The Vatican even when thee were murmurs against it.

I have always looked down on ‘beatifying’ people by The Church!’

How an Institution which earmarks billions of Dollars for religious Conversion, goes about the task of converting people and setting targets for Conversion can ‘beatify’ if not as an incentive for future people to convert more.

Please read my post on the spending of Money by the Vatican.

Now Read on.

Mother Teresa
Mother Teresa

A study conducted by Canadian researchers has called Mother Teresa “anything but a saint”, a creation of an orchestrated and effective media campaign who was generous with her prayers but miserly with her foundation’s millions when it came to humanity’s suffering.

The controversial study, to be published this month in the journal of studies in religion/sciences called Religieuses, says that Teresa — known across the world as the apostle of the dying and the downtrodden — actually felt it was beautiful to see the poor suffer.

According to the study, the Vatican overlooked the crucial human side of Teresa — her dubious way of caring for the sick by glorifying their suffering instead of relieving it.

Instead, the Vatican went ahead with her beatification followed by canonization “to revitalize the Church and inspire the faithful especially at a time when churches are empty and the Roman authority is in decline”.

Researchers Serge Larivee and Genevieve Chenard from the University of Montreal‘s department of psychoeducation, and Carole Senechal of the University of Ottawa’s faculty of education, analysed published writings about Mother Teresa and concluded that her hallowed image, “which does not stand up to analysis of the facts, was constructed, and that her beatification was orchestrated by an effective media campaign”.

According to Larivee, facts debunk Teresa’s myth. He says that the Vatican, before deciding on Teresa’s beatification, did not take into account “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 … abortion, contraception, and divorce.”

At the time of her death, Teresa had 517 missions or “homes for the dying” as described by doctors visiting several of these establishments in Kolkata. They welcomed the poor and sick in more than 100 countries. 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 apt care.



If a Religion is strong in its fundamentals , it does not need money to propagate it.

One of my reader friends in a comment stated that God’s  words  needs to be propagated

I disagree.God , if He needs propagation, He is no God.

Religion’s strength lies  not in numbers but in the solace offered to Man.

Fixing targets for conversion and calling ‘Age of Asia’ is anathema to Religion.

While some religions resort to sword some resort to bribing.


This report is released by the Ministry of Home AffairsGOI, & gives details
of Contribution received by the NGO’s under the Foreign Contribution
Regulation Act 1976:-
1 crore (100,00,000) = 10 million (10,000,000)
1. Highest receivers of Foreign Contribution state-wise:
TAMIL NADU — Rs 2244 crores
DELHI — Rs 2186 crores
ANDHRA PRADESH — Rs 1,211 crores
2. Highest receivers of Foreign Contribution city-wise:
CHENNAI — Rs 928 crores
MUMBAI — Rs 891 crores
RANCHI — Rs 653 crores
3. Largest Donors:
USA — Rs 2971 crores
GERMANY — Rs 1650 crores
UK — Rs 1425 crores
4. List of foreign Donors topped by:
5. The Highest Contribution received by:
To know more about the amounts received by the NGOs for Evangelisation
in India, read the FCRA Report 2006-07, Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI:




7 thoughts on “‘Mother Teresa’ No Saint, Glorified Suffering,Media Creation

  1. what rubbish is this???? Revered Mother is a saint as any we have seen. What has the author here done for the have-nots leave alone terminally ill persons. He is doing a piggy back act to gain some publicity. May the divine save us from such critiques and send many more like the Mother to inspire us and take care of us.


  2. Dear Mr Ramani, I am intrigued your statement “This has been confirmed by a Study by a Canadian Group”. If you have any background in science, you’ll know that many studies are flawed in their design. Before I change my views about the recipient of a Nobel award, I’d like to read the study myself, analyze it for methods, and then decide. My question to you is: Have you read the study yourself? If yes, can you send me a copy at suneetsood@gmail.com? If, on the other hand, you are simply quoting the opinions of a journalist, then I for one will know how much credibility to give to this statement. Sincerely, Suneet Sood


  3. oh my god! each one has own axe to grind!! let us strive to be self-reliant; non-gullible and save our self honour;


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