The truth behind the myths and 'miracles' reveals a great deal of the Catholic Church's tenuous commitment truth and honesty when the need arises to give the masses another saint to keep them in awe and wonder. Truth will be readily sacrificed to maintain the Church's income stream when so many are deserting it in disgust at the behaviour of priests, the institutional misogyny, the continuing abuse and demonisation of minorities and the opposition to moves to alleviate poverty and suffering in the world.
How Christians Lie To Us - Birth Of A Myth. How the myth of Mother Teresa's saintliness and devotion to caring for the sick poor was created, almost single-handedly by Malcolm Muggeridge, a recent convert to Catholicism with a missionary zeal and a cavalier approach to truth and factual accuracy.
How Christians Lie To Us - Fact And Fiction. The reality behind the myth of tender loving care being ministered to the sick and dying amongst Calcutta's poor, and Mother Teresa's saintly devotion to a life of poverty, truth and honesty in imitation of Jesus.
Mother Teresa and the Paedophile Priest. How Mother Teresa intervened to get a known paedophile priest and personal friend reinstated, showing how she had concern only for this predatory priest and defending the reputation of the Catholic Church. She showed not the slightest concern or compassion for his victims. Following her intervention he immediately resumed his predatory activities.
Mother Teresa's Fake Miracle. The truth behind the first 'miracle' cure attributed to her after her death, the quality of the evidence and how her order systematically faked reports and destroyed the medical records that would have shown the cure to be a perfectly uneventful and fully expected cure, not of an incurable cancer as claimed but of a curable tuberculous mass. This was the proclaimed miracle which led to her initial beatification by Pope John-Paul II in his dotage.
Mother Teresa's Second Miraculous Miracle. The truth behind the claimed second postmortem miracle attributed to Mother Teresa which was used to justify her elevation to the rank of Roman Catholic saint.