The United Nations uses images of Mother Teresa to promote its anti-Catholic agenda

Remember the U.N.’s Free and Equal campaign? I wrote about it back in July of 2013 when Desmond Tutu, one of the initiative’s spokespersons, proudly proclaimed that he would rather go to hell than serve a God that doesn’t let homosexuals have “basic human rights.”

Free and Equal claims to advance the cause of non-discrimination against sexual minorities across the globe. In reality, what it’s doing is polluting our minds with what Pope Leo XIII referred to as the ideology of “naturalism,” the belief that human reason, and not divine and eternal law, is supreme, and that man, and not God, is the sole source and judge of truth and justice.

For quite some time now, the United Nations has been attempting to impose upon the children of God this diabolical-inspired brand of Gnosticism. Naturally, this has lead to some heated confrontations between the U.N. and the Vatican (see here and here).

With their Free and Equal campaign, however, it appears that the U.N. has dropped all pretense of cordiality and has openly declared war upon Holy Mother Church.

Mother Teresa

Astonishingly, in promoting its pagan, cult-like thinking, the U.N. posted images of Mother Teresa on the Free and Equal website that make her appear as if she was a supporter of LGBTQ issues.

Moreover, if you browse the other pages on the Free and Equal site, you’ll come across an endless array of platitudes and tautologies about gender theory and sexual identity that run counter to everything God has made known to us through the one true faith.

You can also peruse the website’s Frequently Asked Questions section and learn from their cartoonish advertisements. That is, if you enjoy reading quotes from Mother Teresa taken out of context and like having the wool pulled over your eyes by U.N. bureaucrats engaging in surreptitious marketing tactics. Here are just a few examples:

mother teresa quote

Colonial

Hands

LBTQ rights

Far from being a benign advocate for the poor and oppressed, the United Nations, which is simply the vehicle modern man has chosen to construct the new Tower of Babel, is proving itself to be just one of the many enemies of the Catholic Church in the world today.

Not only does it scorn the natural law, the United Nations replaces God, the Creator of all that exists, and his laws, with man, a creature wounded by original sin that is nothing more than pride-filled dust.

Perhaps those in charge of the United Nations have forgotten what Psalm 127 tells us: “Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build labor in vain.”

God will not be mocked for much longer, folks. Act accordingly.

h/t Marielena Montesino de Stuart

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17 thoughts on “The United Nations uses images of Mother Teresa to promote its anti-Catholic agenda

  1. don jank says:

    Ernest gaines comparison between two men holding guns or holding hands is at best LAME as it can be -in my opinion.

  2. Dr. Mick DeLeon says:

    Mr. Kokx’ article is an inflammatory and stupid op ed piece. There is nothing going on that is anti-Roman in the movement for gender equality. Whether Church teaching is in opposition to gender equality is a different question.

    I agree that using the iconic Mother Teresa to advertise is in poor taste, no matter what the cause or the agency (outside her own order) — even though the example given is NOT out of context, On the other hand, Mother Teresa as a Nobel Peace Prize winner is a voice for all the world, not just for her order or for Rome.

    I understand quoting canon law in challenging bishops and their diocesan business to distance themselves from those who act against Church teaching, yet there is no unanimity among US bishops, for instance, in condemning the culture of violence and death present in their own government.

    I don’t know much about Free & Equal, but it seems to me they’re doing the work of the Gospel by promoting human rights.

    1. Jonathan Brumley says:

      I think when commenting on Catholic sites, you would do better if you discuss the issue by offering an argument for why the law should mandate a right for two people of the same sex to “marry”.

      As it is, when you comment that this poster is promoting “human rights”, you are begging the question.

      Do you believe same-sex sexual relationships healthy for people? And beyond that, how can a same-sex couple be a mother and father to a child? Why or why not?

      If you want to change the traditional definition of marriage so that society encourages same-sex sexual relationships, then you should prove these points.

      1. Dr. Mick DeLeon says:

        Gender Equality is not the same as promotion of same-gender marriage.

        The former is about human rights — so that people of one gender group are neither preferred nor discriminated at the preference of the other.

        The latter about civil rights — wherein the government either does or doesn’t allow ALL citizens the same rights.

    2. MominVermont says:

      LGBT activists and the UN are not advancing “gender equality.” They are pushing male marriage which excludes wives and mothers from the home. And they support female marriage which discriminates against husbands and fathers. That is not gender equality, that is sexism.

    3. MartinF says:

      Dr. Mick…
      I’m confused as to how, while admitting that ‘gender equality’ is in opposition to Church teaching, you can say that the example given (i.e., Mother Teresa being made to appear to support same sex marriage) is NOT out of context. Do you feel that Mother Teresa did not support Church teaching and did support same sex marriage?

      I wonder, years from now when the pendulum swings back if the UN were to run an ad decrying the inequality of abortion, somehow featuring a quote from Nobel Prize winner Barack Obama condemning the barbarous practice if you will stand up to defend the logic of that hypocrisy as well.

    4. enness says:

      I’m sorry, but you’re the one who sounds foolish here. “Love is love” is a pro-same-sex ‘marriage’ slogan. That is not a human right and actually undermines “gender equality” by assuming that men and women are interchangeable. Using Mother Teresa’s image and quotations will always be out of harmony with the larger context of her life, because she was not a dissident.

      The clever (but substanceless) rhetorical trick in your first paragraph does little more than re-articulate the terms of war between the UN and the Church: they are hijacking the saints the Church has produced to try to make us look like the bad guy.

    5. Sygurd says:

      And you really think that “the work of the Gospel” is promoting human rights? Have you ever read the Gospels? Frankly, I doubt it very much.

      1. Dr. Mick DeLeon says:

        Matthew, Chapters 5 & 6. This is the core of the New Covenant. Seems that every time I read this I come away with an advocacy for human dignity and justice (i.e., rights).

  3. Julie Miles says:

    thank you for posting this. We constantly need to be reminded of who we are and why we are – born to love, honor and serve the Lord.

  4. Eric Johnson says:

    Here is a link outlining what the United Nations stated about the Catholic Church: http://www.catholicsforchoice.org/topics/politics/TheCatholicChurchattheUnitedNationsChurchorState.asp

  5. Mark says:

    Sadly, many in the Church hierarchy are totally in bed with evil institutions like the UN. How many dioceses receive financial assistance from the government in support of the pursuit of social programs?

    How many dioceses have reviewed their funding sources in accordance with Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio, Intima Ecclesiae natura? (http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/benedict_xvi/motu_proprio/documents/hf_ben-xvi_motu-proprio_20121111_caritas_en.html)

    Art. 10. – § 3. In particular, the diocesan Bishop is to ensure that charitable agencies dependent upon him do not receive financial support from groups or institutions that pursue ends contrary to Church’s teaching. Similarly, lest scandal be given to the faithful, the diocesan Bishop is to ensure that these charitable agencies do not accept contributions for initiatives whose ends, or the means used to pursue them, are not in conformity with the Church’s teaching.

    (Receiving ANY federal monies, particularly from this pro-death and pro-sodomite administration, qualifies as receiving financial support from groups or institutions that pursue ends contrary to Church’s teaching)

    And the same would apply if international assistance groups under the Caritas umbrella receive funding from the UN (UNICEF, UNESCO, etc.).

    As you say, God will not be mocked. And the Church’s institutions need to de-tangle themselves from evil organizations like the UN and the US Government.

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