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Melani Manel Perera
A day of prayer for the nun of Mother Teresa's order who "sold children"
The government made an "unofficial" apology, but the church wants an official statement withdrawing all charges against Sister Eliza and the hostel for unmarried mothers. On 15 December there will be the first hearing.
When “Mother saved my vocation”
The superior of the Missionaries of Charity house for disabled children in Delhi tells her story, her meeting with the founder of the congregation, the gift of prayer, the discovery of God and the beauty of those who suffer.
29/11/2011 SRI LANKA
Released, but awaiting trial, the sister of Mother Teresa who "sold children"
Sister Eliza, Missionary of Charity, had to change convent, hand over her passport and is prohibited from leaving the country. An anonymous phone call accuses the religious of illicit trafficking of children in their hostel for unmarried mothers.
03/10/2005 CHINA VATICAN INDIA
The sisters of Mother Teresa are waiting for Beijing's permission to open a home in China
British journalist makes accusations against the Sisters of Mother Teresa
According to the reporter (who pretended to be a volunteer), the Missionaries of Charity keep disabled children tethered to their cots and are unprofessional in providing medical care to their patients. Sister Nirmala responds saying that criticism is welcome but we are alone with the children and no one is helping us.
31/08/2016 16:48:00 SRI LANKA
Tamil mother regains faith in God through Mother Teresa
Patricia converted to Hinduism to marry the man she loved. But because of this "self-imposed love” she “denied God’s love". After her husband’s death, she was left alone with three children. Welcomed by the Missionaries of Charity, she recently went to confession and received the sacrament of the Eucharist.
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