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MOTHER THERESA OF CALCUTTA Mother Theresa of Calcutta was recently beatified by Antipope John Paul II, and he plans on Canonizing her soon. It is no exaggeration to state that Mother Theresa of Calcutta was one of the greatest apostates in history. After John Paul II held his idolatrous interreligious prayer meeting in Assisi in 1986 where, among other abominations, the Dalai Lama placed a Buddhist statue on top of the Tabernacle, Mother Theresa referred to the day as the most beautiful gift of God (Time Magazine, Nov. 10, 1986). A recently released book, Everything Starts From Prayer, Mother Teresas Meditations on Spiritual Life for People of all Fait hs, also shows Mother Theresas thorough rejection of the Catholic Faith and the necessity of Christ for salvation. In the foreword, Anthony Stern quotes one of her most famous statements, which reveals the demonic spirit of Mother Teresas work: Ive always said we should help a Hindu become a better Hindu, a Muslim become a better Muslim, a Catholic become a better Catholic. This is apostasy from Jesus Christ and the Catholic Faith. Mother Theresa also stated: Some call Him Ishwar, some call Him Allah, some simply God, but we have to acknowledge that it is He who made us for greater things: to love and be loved. What matters is that we love. We cannot love without prayer, and so whatever religion we are, we must pray together. (quoted by Marian Horvat, What About the Orthodoxy of Mother Theresa?) The false gods of the non-Christian religions are demons (1 Cor. 10:20; Psalm 95:5), as 2000 years of Catholic Tradition have taught. So, in short, Mother Theresa believed that God (the Most Holy Trinity) and demons (the false gods of the heathens) are one and the same. Shes quite a candidate for Canonization, isnt she? Mother Theresa manifested her approval of demon worship and religions of the devil (non-Christian religions) consistently, as the following quotation points out. This is not an isolated statement taken out of context. It is one of many such testimonials indicating Mother Teresas general attitude of indifference to what creed a man professed. Stern recounts the following incident as another example of her ecumenical spirit in action: Once, when Mother Teresa was ministering to a dying Buddhist man, a visitor overheard her whisper, You say a prayer in your religion, and I will say a prayer as I know it. Together we will say this prayer and it will be something beautiful for God (Foreword, Everything Starts From Prayer). (Marian T. Horvat, What About the Orthodoxy of Mother Theresa?) In Mother Theresa, A Pictorial Biography by Joanna Hurley, we read the following on page 68 about Mother Theresas Order, The Missionaries of Charity:

A Catholic Order, The Missionaries of Charity is nonetheless ecumenical in its work. The nuns bury the dying they have nursed according to the rites of each individuals religion, and they observe local holidays [of the other religions] along with those of the Church. Here a group of young nuns help children light sparklers for Diwali, Indias Festival of Lights. (Courage Books, 1997) Ladies and Gentlemen, this means that the nuns of Mother Theresas Order not only approved of but actually participated in the pagan rites of non-Christian religions. This is Satanic! On page 68 of this book, there is a picture of the nuns of Mother Theresas order lighting the sparklers for the Hindu festival of Diwali and they have gigantic smiles on their faces! This is sin against the Faith of the worst kind; nay, it is religion of Antichrist where man (and his personal preference for false religions) supersedes and replaces Jesus Christ. A friend of ours from Canada recently called the Superior of one of Mother Theresas convents there. Our friend said, How come Mother Theresa never tried to convert anyone? The Mother Superior responded: It is the ultimate respect for the human person to respect his religion. Mother Superior told our friend that these non-Catholics are going to heaven even if they reject Christ, as long as they are good people, for thats what matters, according to her. This means that man and his choice of religion are greater and more important than Christ. It actually means that man is God; it is therefore the Gospel of Antichrist, and Mother Theresa was its main false prophet and exemplar (outside of Antipope John Paul II), who cloaked her apostasy in purely natural works which gave her the appearance of true charity when in fact she had none. Pope Pius XI, Mortalium Animos (#9), Jan. 6, 1928: the foundation of charity is faith pure and inviolate Hebrews 11:6- Without Faith it is impossible to please God. Pope St. Pius X, Editae Saepe (#28), May 26, 1910: As a matter of fact, however, merely naturally good works are only a counterfeit of virtue since they are neither permanent nor sufficient for salvation. Mother Theresa fed and clothed the bodies of many people, but she left their souls starving for what they needed most, Our Lord Jesus Christ. She deprived these souls of the only thing that really mattered, and therefore was not their true friend, but their enemy. Luke 12:4-5: [Jesus saith] And I say to you, my friends: Be not afraid of them who kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do. But I will shew you whom you shall fear: fear ye him, who after he hath killed, hath power to cast into hell. Yea, I say to you, fear him. John 17:3- Now this is life everlasting, that they may know thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.

John 8:23-24: for if you believe not that I am He, you shall die in your sin. 1John 5:11-12: And this is the testimony, that God hath given to us eternal life. And this life is in his Son. He that hath the Son, hath life. He that hath not the Son, hath not life. I bring up this issue because it is likely that Antipope John Paul II will soon Canonize the apostate Mother Theresa, who exemplified some of the worst religious indifferentism of any of the members of the Vatican II sect. So, what will the traditionalists under Antipope John Paul II do then? Will they actually accept her as a Saint? If they are willing to believe that Mother Theresa is a Saint, who promoted and participated in Satanic false religions, then they might as well admit that they think that the Church of Christ = the Church of Antichrist, since they would be honoring as a glorified Saint one who exemplified and believed the doctrine of Antichrist to the fullest. Truly, they might as well accept the Dalai Lama as a Saint or the founder of the Church of Satan. Or perhaps when Mother Theresa is Canonized by Antipope John Paul II the false traditionalists will adopt the same heresy as the SSPX, rightly condemned by the Saints and Doctors as sin and heresy, which simply rejects the infallibility of Canonizations? Or perhaps they will wake up and realize that Rome has lost the faith and become the Seat of the Antichrist (Our Lady of La Salette) and break communion with Antipope John Paul II and his counterfeit Vatican II sect and realize that he has no authority to Canonize because he is not the Pope? Pope Pius IX, Vatican Council I, Session 4, Chap. 4, ex cathedra: So, this gift of truth and a never failing faith was divinely conferred upon Peter and his successors in this chair. Pope Pius IX, Vatican Council I, Session 4, Chap. 4, ex cathedra: to this Holy See . where faith cannot experience a failure. Pope Pius IX, Vatican Council I, Session 4, Chap. 4, ex cathedra: knowing full well that the See of St. Peter always remains unimpaired by any error, according to the divine promise of our Lord the Savior made to the chief of His disciples: I have prayed for thee [Peter], that thy faith fail not: and thou, being once converted, confirm thy brethren (Lk. 22:32). Pope Pius IX, Vatican Council I, Session 4, Chap. 4, ex cathedra: . in the Apostolic See the Catholic religion has always been preserved untainted, and holy doctrine celebrated.

St. Alphonsus Liguori, The Great Means of Salvation and Perfection, 1759, p. 23:To suppose that the Church can err in canonizing, is a sin, or is heresy, according to St. Bonaventure, Bellarmine, and others; or at least next door to heresy, according to Suarez, Azorius, Gotti, etc.; because the Sovereign Pontiff, according to St. Thomas, is guided by the infallible influence of the Holy Ghost in an especial way when canonizing saints.