Friday, 6 July 2018

 Mother Teresa charity 'sold babies' born to unwed mothers
A nun and a staff member at Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity were arrested today.



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A NUN AND a staff member at Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity in eastern India were arrested today for allegedly selling babies born to unwed mothers, police said.
The pair were arrested from the grounds of one of the offices of the charity in Jharkhand on charges of child trafficking, police in the state capital Ranchi said.
The women could face up to five years in prison for selling a baby boy from the institution founded by the Nobel laureate, which cares for unwed pregnant women and mothers in distress.
Police said the infant was sold to a family in neighbouring Uttar Pradesh state for $1,700 by the two suspects.
They could face more charges as investigations widen into the illegal adoption scam, said Ranchi senior superintendent Aneesh Gupta.
“The women have admitted to four more such cases which we are in the process of verifying. The families which bought the babies are also under our radar and will face action,” he told AFP.
Authorities grew suspicious after the state’s Child Welfare Committee discovered a newborn boy was missing from the centre last week.
Nuns at the charity told police that the boy’s mother had taken the child away, said Ranchi inspector general Ashish Batra.
“However, on being contacted, the mother said that she did not have the baby with her,” Batra said.
The hospitals where the children were delivered will also be investigated, police said.
Mother Teresa was a missionary nun who became a global symbol of compassion but she was also a controversial and divisive figure.
She remained fervently opposed to birth control and abortion, describing the latter as “direct murder by the mother herself” in her Nobel acceptance speech.

Mother Teresa, who was 87 when she died in 1997, was buried in Kolkata in eastern India, where Missionaries of Charity is headquartered.

PAT SAYS:

Mother Teresa MAY (???) have believed in what she was saying and doing, but to my mind, she had a very twisted theology and spirituality.

She seems to have worshipped suffering.

Suffering is evil and it should be relieved everywhere it can be.

There are sufferings in life that cannot be relieved - and there is much scope for spiritualizing this type of suffering.

Mother Teresa preferred to send sick people and babies to heaven rather than to the hospital!

She liked to hang around in the homes and jets of rich dictators and she took every opportunity to lick the ass of John Pole and members of the Church hierarchy.

The corrupt RC Church institution used her for money and "good" propaganda.

If you want a glimpse into the real Teresa read the book below by one of her former nuns who was and is a doctor. 




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INTERVIEW BY MISS PIGGY


Give me Saint Piggy anytime.

71 comments:

  1. I hear Mother Teresa’s nuns has been nominated for this years Padraig Murphy Memorial Good Neighbours Award

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  2. When did this happen or was support to have happened. If it is fairly recent why use mother Theresa name. Doing so is gutter journalism.

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  3. Yes, the institutional Roman Catholic Church (or, at least, its demonic spirit) was manifest in that perverse religious order.

    The nun appointed by Mother Theresa to succeed her, Sr Mary Nirmala, like Theresa herself, was a sadist. On one occasion a reporter interviewed Nirmala about how a number of young, poor children (who were attending a school run by this order and who had been suspected of theft) had been dealt with. A senior sister of 'charity' had lined up the children before heating a metal knife on a stove. She then cooly, calmly, and methodically seared each child on the hand in turn. Mother Nirmala's response? That the children were being taught respect for God.

    These sick bitches learned this twisted 'spirituality' (the idolisation of suffering) from the sickest bitch of all, Unholy Mother Theresa. No surprise, then, that she was well favoured by the equally twisted, fatheaded Pole, the Unholy JP II.

    I truly don't understand why Catholics continue to support financially these monsters, and their handiwork, the institutional Roman Cathoic Church.

    Mother Theresa even took 'donations' (around 1 million dollars) from an American who was later convicted of stealing funds from the life savings of fellow elderly Americans; the order did NOT return the money, even though it knew that all, or most, of it had been stolen.

    I hope the Polish fathead, and his favouite nun, are together in the afterlife, right where they truly belong.😈

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    1. Oh ! Magna Dear! you have surpassed yourself today. You must have been on the Vitriol all night. It's time for REHAB again! Why this hatred of The Holy Church? All this week we've hdit about how bad The Hierarchy and priests are. Now you're onto the Religious. Is t because you were tried and found unacceptable that has made you so BITTER! or is it you are just EVIL or as I think a disciple of Satan. HELL will not be hot enough for you.

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    2. Bellarmine I might concur with your perspective if you quoted reliable independent evidence to refute the claims Magna made rather than a personal attack

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  4. Pat, you really have sealed your eternal fate in this post. You are truly an evil Pig who will rot in hell. Mother Teresa is beyond reproach, You who do no good to anybody and live rent free in a "stolen" house paid for by the catholic people of Larne who despise you and castigate all and sundry are truly a damned soul.

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    1. No sinner is 'beyond reproach', you blithering idiot.

      And Mother Theresa (as a mounting body of evidence irrefutably shows) was nothing if not a sinner.

      And how!😲

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    2. Am I right in thinking Anon @ 00:33:
      1] That you have read extensively available research and information concerning this nun?
      2] That at the very least you have read Colette Livermore's book +Pat refers to above, "Hope Endures"?
      3] That you are well informed from a wide variety of sources concerning +Pat, in order to come to a rational well founded assessment that, in your words, he "does no good to anybody"?

      I make no judgement, at this stage, on your opinions which, of course, you are entitled to. I reserve my own opinion on the accuracy of your assessment until after you have backed it up by responding to my requests above for your clarifications.
      In their absence, I, and other readers will form our own conclusions.
      I thank you in advance for your revelations.

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    3. Prolix comments alert @10:10

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    4. No response. Conclusion formed.
      Happy now 17:10?

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  5. Pat, I'm a young man contemplating the priesthood. In this day and age, I am fully aware that the priesthood has its challenges - some of which are created by its very own doing. Nonetheless, I have a deep burning within me to join Christ's priesthood. What advice - if any - would you, or any other blog reader, give me. Many thanks in advance!
    - R

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    1. You have a deep 'burning' to join 'Christ's priesthood'?? Then he isn't calling you to Roman Catholic priesthood.😆

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    2. If you have a vocation then that is a very special invitation and gift from God. May He give you all the strength, grace and persevere and Faith that you need to answer His call. If that's the case, then let nothing stop you! God bless you sincerely.

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    3. Magna do you ever get a deep 'burning' yourself. You would be the last person on this blog I would seek advice from. Your just arrogant an ill mannered towards people on this blog. You have no religion whatsoever,so why do you take an interest to this blog. Your a thorn in the side towards others an try to think you are smart. More fool you Magna.

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    4. 01:55

      The tragedy is that both dioceses and religious orders are now full of sexually active, promiscuous men.

      I do not know your orientation, and it does not matter.

      If you pursue your vocation prepare to be seduced!

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    5. Young man: I suspect your 'deep burning' is basically an altruistic wish to do good, and that brought up in a religiously inclined background of observance and respect for religious practices and the clerical ministers of these practices, being what some refer to as a 'cradle catholic', you are simply instinctively inclined toward 'doing your good' within the ambit of what is most familiar to you: the RC church.
      If I may interpret 'young man' as being one relatively inexperienced then if that is the case, I would urge you to consider other avenues for your commendable altruism. Seek initially a professional qualification within the care sector: nursing, social work, medicine etc, meanwhile studying the nature and role of religion.
      If you follow this path, and have a vocation for religious practice it will endure and you will enter your training as a well grounded individual unlikely to be negatively influenced or damaged. But if you then find it is not for you, then at least you have a sound profession to fall back on rather than 'plough on' swayed by a lack of a viable alternative.
      And good luck whatever you choose.

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    6. Thank you Pat.
      I trust you received the e-mail I sent to you last night at 6th July @ 23:16.
      I continue to wonder why you neither acknowledge or reply to it, or to several previous similar mails over the past couple of weeks.

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    7. 12:44 at the age of 74 is in no position to be giving careers advice to a young person. The labour market has changed totally from when a 74 was setting out more than half a century ago.

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    8. Anon@13:45: Good. I see you follow my comments. I do not dispute the changing labour market.
      No doubt you will have seen my previous references to ad hominem point scoring argument. But do you understand? Don't be shy.Just say the word and I or another will explain, s.l.o.w.l.y.
      MMM

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    9. Keep your hairpiece on, grandad!

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  6. While not a fan of Mother T., I do think there is such a thing as redemptive suffering, "making up what is lacking in the sufferings of Christ". If sufferers cannot offer it up, for others, in union with Christ crucified, what hope is there?

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    1. Don't be an uneducated fool. There was (and never could be) anything lacking in the suffering of Christ. His passion, death and ressurrection secured our opportunity for reconciliation with God ON ITS OWN.

      Sadly, Paul-the-self-styled-Apostle wasn't beyond spouting utter tripe, like his views on women, slavery, the Parousia, etc. 😆

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  7. KILDORRERY

    The young man on the altar is Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx and he is part of the Maynooth gay rent sex network. Xxxxxx is big into sex rituals including Taboo acts on Altars. Xxxxxx escorted Xxxxxx to Sauna Babylonia. Xxxxxxxx and Xxxxxxx for the last fours years are in a sexual relationship

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    1. Have you told the Garda? This is a criminal investigation after all. Will the young man need to be extradited from another jurisdiction?

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    2. I am in touch with the investigating detective.

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    3. And I can tell you for nothing, Pat Buckley, the investigating detective has a right laugh behind your back and thinks you’re the greatest feckin eejit!

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  8. What a vile, ignorant and hate inciting comment from our biggest Sick Bitch, Magna! Outrageous hatred. Pat delights as ever in facilitating it. He, who believes he is the new Jesus. Nothing is SACRED for Pat. His religion is sham. His priesthood deeply flawed, his supposed keeping of Christ's memory is shattered. Pat's vengance has overstepped boundaries but being so morally arrogant, he sees no wrong in his own twisted morals.

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    1. Whoo-hoo hullaballoo!😅

      I know you can't bear to hear the truth about this crone, and her unholy order; but I, and others, will tell it,😆

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  9. KILDORRERY AND MAYNOOTH

    Xxxxx Xxxxxx and Rev. Xxxxc Xxxxc, Church of Ireland. A deeply worrying revelation.

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    1. "Church of Ireland"

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  10. Better chance of getting a post published in North Korea and Russia than on this blog. Pat publishes to suit his own agenda. The unpublished posts in question are not abusive or threatening in any way, only challenging. Yet we get abusive posts continually published by Pat from Magna.

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  11. COMMENTS

    I am editing some of MC'S comments.

    I am also editing comments designed to provoke MC.

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  12. MC

    I would like you to comment on topics and refrain from attacking other comment makers.

    I am NOT publishing comments attacking you personally.

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  13. Pat, I cannot fathom the hateful and vengeful agenda of your approach. You have a complete blind spot to your own flaws and you actively condemn all whom you dislike. You are entitled to your opinion but I believe you'd bring about a greater renewal if you ceased your personalised vengeful attacks.

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    1. am not blind to my flaws.

      I have a spiritual director and regularly go to him for talks and Confession.

      Do you approve of sexually promiscuous priests and seminarians?

      Do you approve of sex on altars?

      Do you approve of BDSM and drugs in Maynooth?

      Should we not challenge all these things?

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    2. No one approves of those things and they should be directly addressed and eradicated - not by the innuendo and nudge nudge wink wink you engage in - but by ruthless public exposure.

      If these things are true, those responsible should be identified and exposed for what they are. If it’s true, they won’t have a leg to stand on.

      For you, however, it’s a “Never ending Story”, a ceaseless merry go round that goes on and on and on.

      Because with you there is a whole other agenda and - if you’re spiritual director was worth his/her salt - and if your going to Confession was genuine - both he/she and you, would properly face the deep motivating darkness in your own heart, Pat.

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    3. Publish or be damned, Buckley, you feckin eejit!

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    4. My spiritual is a he and a priest.

      He believes that my role is important for change.

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    5. 11:51

      Easy, easy, catchee monkey.

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  14. +Pat. How dare these people criticise you like this. Constructive criticism is good, but personal insults are not acceptable. If they don’t like what you say, or what Magna says, the two most intelligent contributors, then they are free to leave with our prayerful best wishes. This blog is important. The RC Church is in crisis and if it weren’t for blogs like this, things would be a whole lot worse. I am glad that you go to Confession and have a Spiritual Director. That will keep you sane and is all part of your journey to eternal reward. God loves you for what you are trying to achieve here.

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    1. Thank you.

      Many of these critics are "at it" themselves and are afraid of being exposed.

      Others are blind Catholics and cleric worshippers.

      As you say, they do not have to read this blog.

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    2. Pat needs a lot more than confession and a spiritual director. He clearly is unrepentant otherwise he would show remorse. He has no capabilities to show remorse or repentance.

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  15. I can I inform the blog reader the Roman Catholic Church is NOT in a crisis and is growing all over the world so calm down there is NO crisis.
    Considering the many many Good Bishops, Priest and Religious there is sadly always going to be bad apples in the cart and the Church is constantly addressing the issue.
    But it must be based on TRUE fact and not gossip and every Bishop the World over does NOT want these priests or Seminarians in the Holy Mother Church. So if you have True facts please inform the Bishops as these Priest and Seminarians will be gone but based on true facts and not evil gossip.

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    1. How innocent you are!

      Its the barrel thats rotten and has both good and bad apples in it.

      Many of us have tried writing to bishops for years.

      The bishops, generally, are cowards and many of them compromised themselves.

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  16. KING PUCK

    Well another long post but still no hard evidence against Father Sean Jones. Shame on you for persecuting the innocent.

    in response to Yes, the institutional Roman Catholic Church (or, at least, its demonic spirit) was manifest in that perverse religious order. The nun appointed by Mother Theresa to succeed her, Sr Mary Nirmala, like Theresa herself, was a sadist. On one occasion a reporter interviewed Nirmala about how a number of young, poor children (who were attending a school run by this order and who had been suspected of theft) had been dealt with. A senior sister of 'charity' had lined up the children before heating a metal knife on a stove. She then cooly, calmly, and methodically seared each child on the hand in turn.

    Mother Nirmala's response? That the children were being taught respect for God. These sick bitches learned this twisted 'spirituality' (the idolisation of suffering) from the sickest bitch of all, Unholy Mother Theresa. No surprise, then, that she was well favoured by the equally twisted, fatheaded Pole, the Unholy JP II. I truly don't understand why Catholics continue to support.

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    1. The Sean Jones story is only at the beginning.

      Already, parishioners in Tralee have been in touch and they dont want him there.

      Watch this space.

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    2. It really is long overdue that Catholics allow themselves to be conduits of God's will (including his displeasure) at the ordination of such psychologically and morally unsuitable men for ordination as Sean Jones. And at the unsuitability for episcopacy such men as Ray Browne.

      God is angry at what both Browne and Jones have done. They both wilfully have damaged the Body of Christ.

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    3. Such a lot of vicious lies about the nuns who served in poor in India! - - The frightening thing is that there will be people gullible enough to believe you...

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    4. And people, like you, gullible enough NOT to believe the mounting body of damning evidence against this order.

      You are where many were when allegations of child-sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests began to gather pace: in absolute and angry denial of the truth.

      It's a form of cowardice. And its foundation is misguided loyalty to the clergy.

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    5. 12 58: Mind your own business Buckley, you evil trouble maker. You are the person who is furthest from Christ with your stone heart and sinful flesh. Read the gospels and then look into the mirror of your soul. Let JESUS re-redeem you! Think you need it.

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  17. Pat, you claim to be a Catholic. I wonder how many of these dogmas are believed by you and other nominal Catholics?

    http://www.traditionalcatholicpriest.com/2015/09/19/a-list-of-the-dogmas-of-the-catholic-church/

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  18. **** UNRECEIVED EMAILS

    READER, I DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR EMAIL.

    Send to

    bishopbuckley1@outlook.com

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  19. 12.58: Pat, there is the gospel concept of "metanoia" and perhaps Fr. Jones has engaged with it. Why not, with some decency, allow him the space and freedom to live his vocation? Think about his parents and family.I think it's a moral cruelty to harass, insinuate ulterior motives to him and judge him so harshly. Give him the "spiritual kindness" of a 2nd/3rd chance to begin afresh, as Jesus allowed all who came to him, even sinners. Stop the personal onslaught. You are too selective in your gospel reading - if any at all! I struggle with my personal failings, sins and living Priesthood to the full and the last thing I'd want in my efforts to walk in God's ways is the voice of the nasty critic telling me I'm useless and worthless and have people constantly say "watch this space". Often we find God through our wayward and crooked ways. God's grace is a gift - free for all.

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    1. If Jones experienced metanoia, then he would have experienced also wisdom...the wisdom to realise that his ordination would lacerate and divide the Body of Christ. The fact that he stubhornly presented himself for ordination regardless, despite grave disquiet, demonstrates that he acted from self-interest, affirmation that he experienced no such thing as metanoia.

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  20. EDITING

    I am not publishing comments where people call other people (except me) names - or comments that try to provoke anger or abuse.

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    1. Jones never denied these, extremely serious allegations against him.

      Why?

      His silence alone suggests guilt.

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    2. 17.46: Mind your own business Magna. Allow Fr. Jones to begin afresh in his life. God may work through him that he could be a very good priest. We each have a past about which we may have regrets but often our past mistakes can inspire true change. At least give him the space and freedom. Kindness of heart would ask that you might give encouragement instead of horrible condemnation. Since you are not a member of any community, perhaps you should shut up.

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    3. 19:36 You utter fool!

      You don't give me any 'space'. Why should I, or anyone else, vis a vis Jones?😆

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    4. Magna calling someone a fool is abusive and provoking anger. What happened your new editing policy.

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  21. Leave the lad alone there is no hard evidence against him, if there was it would have appeared on the blog.

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  22. We will believe that when we see it. Especially in relation to Magna.

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  23. You can't make the omellette of reform without first breaking the eggs of corruption.

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    1. Goodness, I wouldn’t like to partake of any omelette you’d make with your corrupt eggs!

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    2. Ahem! 19:44 The eggs here are supplied by the institutional Roman Catholic Church.

      I'm not surprised that you baulk at the thought of eating such eggs.😅

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  24. 17.17: Buckley, what eggs of corruption in your own life did you break before your crusade of self righteousness and arrogance? Where is the know the of reform you allege to have made? Not evident anywhere on our landscape! All I witness is your vengeful vindictiveness. You have no real self insights. Your script is tiresome and abnormal.

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  25. I cannot picture Wilson in a BDSM ritual. I can picture him as drag queen in Panti Bar.

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  26. 19.21 Demonstrates your rule of editing didnt last long Pat. Making abusive suggestions about someone which is provoking anger and further abuse. You made an empty promise and you and this blog have become a laughing stock.

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  27. Pat quote: "Suffering is evil and it should be relieved everywhere it can be." When was the last time you picked up an abandoned baby and took it somewhere to be cared for? This attack is absolutely outrageous. I recall reading about a wealthy Englishman who happened to be in Calcutta and went to try to meet Mother Teresa. He succeeded and said that he wished to help her work (he meant money) but she thanked him and took him to a nun who showed him a bed-space and asked him to wash some nappies. He was introduced to the abandoned and asked to hold one or two of them because the nuns were so busy seeing to their physical needs that they didn't have much time to give them physical contact. He spent several days holding babies before he left and said that he knew that he had done something small but necessary. He was immensely impressed with the nuns brothers and with Mother Teresa. Of course many people are 'out to get' her reputation, don't believe everything that you read.

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