A New Book "Don't Canonize Mother Teresa" by V Gerard Majilla

Nagercoil, India (PressExposure) June 15, 2008 -- - A new book “Don’t canonize Mother Teresa” reveals the craftiness of the Catholic Church clergy in canonizing Mother Teresa.

Says V.Gerard Majilla, author, “the Pope and the Catholic Church clergy have betrayed Mother Teresa by publishing her confession letters against her willingness on the motive of bringing mockery talks and criticism towards her”

This book is questioning why the Catholic Church didn’t canonize Mother Teresa on the basis of her pure services and expect her to make a miracle from heaven and is explaining the plot behind this.

“Mother Teresa, who lived a saintly life for 69 years, had never been waiting for any miracle to take place. Through prayer she did not summon to God, to cure any diseases or troubles and attempt at any miracles. When things are in such a state, how could one, expect her to perform miracles after her death?” www.dontcanonize-mt.com

Majilla added that the Catholic Church is refusing to declare Mother Teresa, the only Catholic Christian who implemented the decision of Vatican II Council even before 17 years as a ‘Saint’, even though she had been preparing the people for God’s kingdom for the past 49 years.

About the Author

V. Gerard Majilla is a Tamil language teacher in a higher secondary school in India. He is also a spiritual thinker and a wisher of reasonable changes in the Catholic Church. The original Tamil version has been translated into English.

Direct link to ebook: http://ebooks.ebookmall.com/title/don't-canonize-mother-teresa-majilla-ebooks.htm [http://ebooks.ebookmall.com/title/don]

For contents, 1st chapter and more information’s, visit www.dontcanonize-mt.com

About Don't Canonize Mother Teresa

V.Gerard Majilla
Nirmala Home,
Mulagumoodu-629 167,
Tamil Nadu,
majilla-gerard @yahoo.co.in
Phone No: 04651- 249260

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