NZ sceptics doubt Mother Teresa’s saintliness

New Zealand’s sceptic community says Mother Teresa wasn’t all she was cracked up to be.

The late Catholic nun and missionary has been declared a saint, which requires a candidate to perform at least two miracles during their lifetime.

Mark Honeychurch from the NZ Skeptics Society says the two supposed miracles that led the way to Teresa’s sainthood are lacking in evidence. Continue reading

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