In this carefully researched book, Donahue pulls the curtain back on Mother Teresa's critics, showing that virtually all of them shared an abiding disdain for Catholicism. Her critics were militant atheists, Donahue explains, and strongly embraced socialism, viewing Mother Teresa's work as a deterrent to government-controlled programs. In these pages, Donohue responds point-by-point to all of her critics claims, and proves that their attacks on her are motivated almost entirely by her conviction that life begins in the womb.
Unmasking Mother Teresa's Critics Details:
- 128 pages
- 5 x 0.4 x 6.9 inches