Mother Teresa is a Catholic nun, founder of the women's nun congregation “Sisters of the Missionary of Love”, serving the poor and sick. Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (1979). In 2003, he was canonized by the Catholic Church.
At the time of her death there were more than 4,000 missionaries of the Order of Mother Theresa working in 517 missions in 100 countries. One third of the people who came to her mission died without receiving any help. The shelters of the Mission of Mercy often differed in a very depressing condition, they were equipped in poorly suitable premises, they were dirty, and the patients did not receive adequate food and painkillers. It could not be attributed to the lack of funds - Mother Teresa received hundreds of millions of dollars from around the world. An analysis of the fund’s activities showed that only 7% of the donations received by the Mission of Mercy were used for charitable purposes.
The Mission of Mercy did not distinguish between curable and incurable patients, so that people who could survivewere at risk of death from infection and lack of treatment. Mother Teresa herself called her objects “Houses for the Dying.” The nun adhered to very rigid and dogmatic views, believing that the fate of the sick was to suffer, and also sharply objected to divorce, abortion, and contraception.
During natural disasters in India, whose victims were hundreds of thousands of people, Mother Teresa called to pray for the victims, but never donated money for help.