When I read what Planned Parenthood once wrote about Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, I was astounded.
I wish I could say nothing about Planned Parenthood’s antics surprise me anymore. I guess I was wrong.
WHAT IS YOUR IMPRESSION OF THE LATE, BLESSED MOTHER TERESA OF CALCUTTA?
When you think of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, what do you think of?
Do you think of a woman small in stature, but a heavyweight in the spiritual realm?
Do you remember stories of her caring for AIDS victims, lonely elderly folks, and abandoned children?
Does a spirit of peace and serenity arise when you ponder her tender heart?
In short, do you think of a saintly woman?
If you say yes to these, then good. Clearly, you have a conscience and a soul. You can also see what is so obvious.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD SEES BLESSED MOTHER TERESA OF CALCUTTA VERY DIFFERENTLY
Apparently, Planned Parenthood proves incapable of seeing the world plainly.
The following is a quote from the official, monthly publication of a West German Planned Parenthood affiliate.
This is what they published for the world to read in March 1986 about Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta:
“This very successful old and withered person, who doesn’t look in the least like a woman, especially when she raises her clenched fists in prayer, and who, for us, is a very suspect holder of the Nobel Prize… has become for us the symbol of all that is bad in motherhood and womanhood, an image with which we do not wish to be associated.
“Mother Teresa is the perfect image of a sexless, religious woman. This is, however, not the image of womanhood that we want.
“Show us instead the mother or daughter who can take delight in the most enjoyable of all worldly pleasures, sexual intimacy.
“You, you nightmare of women! You unliberated, enslaved wives, mothers, nuns and aunts, what do you want from us, who have finally decided that we are going to take control of our bodies, our children, and our destiny into our own hands?
“Do you not realize that you are all merely puppets of the devil?”
— “Mother Teresa, the Woman of My Nightmares.” Sexualpedagogik, the official monthly publication of “Pro Familia” (emphasis mine).
I am so flabbergasted, I am almost speechless.
To write that about Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta takes a tremendous amount of conceit. For, whoever wrote this will have to answer for this to God Himself someday.
May the Father of Mercy extend pardon on that pour soul.
When you think of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, do you think “puppet of the devil?”
This just goes to show how twisted abortion advocacy becomes.
When they cannot commend human goodness and beauty, they are lost souls. When they impugn someone as wholesome and loving as Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, you know they need prayers.
But I imagine the author of that German article and its editors and publicist are not alone in their assessment of the little nun.
The Culture of Death seeks to redefine femininity, as license for sexual pleasure, as they described above.
Thus, they must reject true femininity outright, when they see it being displayed so admirably in Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
What kinds of feelings does this quote from the West German Planned Parenthood publication provoke in you?
What are your thoughts on this?
Please share below.