Sunday, July 8, 2018

Child trafficking at Mother Teresa charity home?

Mother Teresa's Missionaries Of Charity Says No More Adoptions In India. Image and caption credit to National Public Radio Inc.

The church has been in a downward spiral when it comes to its reputation but this recent report in India about a religious order of Mother Teresa where babies are being sold is unbelievable!

"They have said that at least five to six babies have been sold to childless couples," said the police officer Aman Kumar.

"We are investigating to see how the operation was run and how many more children have been given away in the last few years," he added.

According to the head of Jharkhand State Child Protection Society Arti Kujur. The Missionaries’ price tag on each baby is around 40,000 Indian rupees to 100,000 rupees (31,020.80 – 77,552.00 pesos), all depending on the financial capabilities of the buyer.

"We had been receiving many complaints regarding the functioning of this home and were keeping a close watch on them for nearly six months," Kujur stated.

The Missionaries of Charity was reported to have stopped adoption in 2015 after the government made it easier for divorced, seperated and single people to adopt children, this is something the nuns clearly disagree about.

But who are they to disagree, being the ones who actually put babies on a shelf with a price tagged on their legs?

A children’s right’s activist from Jharkhand state capital Ranchi, Baidnath Kumar stated that,

"They were selling more babies than what they were handing over to authorities.”
"We hear that babies are being sold in other homes as well and are determined to put a stop to it," he added.

What has the Catholic Church become?

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Daily Pilipinas Source: GMA

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