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By Ines A. Murzaku, The Catholic Thing, June 5, 2021

Ines Angeli Murzaku is Professor of Church History at Seton Hall University. Her extensive research on the history of Christianity, Catholicism, Religious Orders, and Ecumenism has been published in multiple scholarly articles and five books.


Ines A. MurzakuThe New York Times recently published an opinion piece entitled “Was Mother Teresa a Cult Leader?” It branded the Missionaries of Charity (MC) as cultic and St. Mother Teresa as more of a cult leader than a saint of the Catholic Church. What evidence is that article based on? A new podcast, The Turning: The Sisters Who Left, released in May 2021, which features interviews from sisters who have left the MC and tell, or better, “recycle” their stories (many of these stories have been published before). Re-marketing these old, debunked accusations gives audiences a new way to be misled by old information, and “cancel culture” threatens to destroy the reputation of one of the most beloved women of the twentieth century. …

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