Why They Call Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Angel of Hell

Why They Call Mother Teresa of Calcutta Angel of Hell

Various investigations and testimonies have shown a cruel face of all the work that the most famous Nun in the world did.

The controversy surrounding the work and behavior of Mother Teresa of Calcutta has taken on great force in recent years. There are several somewhat macabre reasons why she is called the Angel of Hell.

Through various journalistic investigations, many not very pleasant details about the life and work of Mother Teresa of Calcutta have earned her the nickname of the Angel of Hell as she has been called to this figure so relevant in the world.

Following her death in 1997, Mother Teresa de Calcula became one of the symbols of kindness, altruism and love of neighbor, or at least that is what was believed for a long time since since the 90s ´s the nickname of the Angel of Hell was well earned.

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Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, better known worldwide as Mother Teresa of Calcutta, was born in Skopje, Macedonia in 1910. At the age of 18 she arrived in Calcutta, India while she was part of the Order of Loreto, where she was a nun and since then she dedicated herself to altruism that in recent years has been highly criticized, as has the management of the resources that he received throughout his life.

Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and canonized by Pope Francis in 2016, Mother Teresa of Calcutta founded the most recognized order in the world, The Missionaries of Charity, but not everything is honey on flakes for the mythical Santa

A book published by the most constant critic of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the Indian doctor Aroup Chartejee and the renowned American journalist Christopher Hitchen exposed the other side of the coin around the work and personality of the famous nun.

According to what was revealed in the book "Mother Teresa The Final Verdict", Mother Teresa of Calcutta proclaimed throughout her life a cult of suffering on the part of the sick she cared for, arguing that it was the only way to be close to God. Proof of this are the unsanitary conditions in which all the patients he cared for were “cared for”.

Some were left to their own devices suffering, without administering the thousands of medicines that they received as donations or taking care of them since, in short, they were only in charge of taking care of them while they died.

Another revelation that supports the poor care they were given is the incalculable number of donations that Mother Teresa received for her Order. A large number of them were of suspicious origin and although it has not been known exactly how much money has been received because the government of India and the Vatican have acted opaquely on the issue, it is known that much of that money was not destined for to treat the sick or to improve their facilities, it simply remained saved.

Various investigations, apart from those already known, have given testimony that the conditions in which people were cared for have always been deplorable and they were only allowed to die. In addition, only Catholics were accepted in their centers, in a country where the majority of the population does not profess this religion.

Various accusations have appeared over the years, which you can see here and which bring together the most cruel practices for which Mother Teresa of Calcutta has been called the Angel of Hell.

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