Does Mother Teresa deserve to be a Catholic saint? | The Tylt
Mother Teresa was officially declared a Roman Catholic saint, and millions worldwide applauded the news. The Albanian nun worked with the poor and dying of Calcutta for nearly half a century, and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. But others claim her legacy was tainted. Critics say her home for the dying offered appallingly substandard care, and her charity had questionable fiscal transparency. Should we #HonorSaintTeresa? Or do you think #TeresaWasNoSaint? Scroll down and VOTE!
Does Mother Teresa deserve to be a Catholic saint?
If u spent u week writing an article about why Mother Teresa shouldn't be a saint and criticizing her...— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) September 5, 2016
re-examine that black heart u have