Pope Blames Slaughter Of Missionaries On “Globalization Of Indifference”… Not Islamists
Islamists in Yemen stormed an elderly home ran by Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. The Muslim killers tied up four nuns and twelve others. Then shot them in the head.
Two of the four nuns slaughtered by Religion of Peace gunmen at a retirement home run by the Missionaries of Charity, an order founded by Mother Teresa. (Religion of Peace)
Pope Francis blamed “globalization of indifference” for their murder… Not Islam.
How many nuns and priest will have to get slaughtered by the radical Islamists before this Pope faces reality?
America Magazine reported:
Sunday Pope Francis expressed his closeness to the Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa of Calcutta, at the killing of four of their sisters in Aden, the port city of Yemen, on March 4. Departing from his prepared text, he hailed these sisters who were caring for the elderly in this war stricken land as “the martyrs of our day” and said, “they were killed by their attackers, but also by the globalization of indifference.”
His words about “the globalization of indifference” are understood to refer not only to the general indifference to the attacks on Christians in this region but also to the great indifference of the international community to the year-long civil war in this impoverished country, which has brought it to the brink of catastrophe. The previous day he expressed the hope that “this pointless slaughter will awaken consciences, lead to a change of heart and inspire all parties to lay down their arms and take up the path of dialogue.”
One of martyred sisters, Sister Anselm, was from India; the other three were from Africa: Sisters Margherite and Reginette from Rwanda and Sister Judith from Kenya. “Their names do not appear on the front page of the newspapers, but they gave their blood for the church,” Francis stated.
“I pray for them and for the other persons killed in the attack, and for their family members,” he added. He prayed that Mother Teresa—whom he will declare a saint in September—“may accompany into paradise these here daughters, martyrs of charity, and intercede for peace and the sacred respect of human life.”