Charity Associated with Mother Teresa Accused of Selling Babies

One nun has already confessed to selling three children, India considers rescinding Mother Teresa's awarded honor

Many people in India are calling for Mother Teresa’s Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian honor given in India, to be…

The Indian child welfare authorities recently busted a child-trafficking ring that was being run from a Missionaries of Charity shelter. The religious order was created in 1950, but apparently, one nun and at least one other person connected with the shelter have been selling children to hopeful parents at a price of $550 to $1450 per baby.

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