All of the above was caused by Teresa’s delusional ideology that poverty and suffering were a blessing from God.
This was the behind the scene circumstances of how MT exploited people's pain and suffering to cash in and use toward creating hospice facilities where people where then given poor medical care, yet huge amounts of cash were directed to the church, using these people's venerability to convert them to Catholicism.
In other words exploited human pain and suffering to build and strengthen her own religious beliefs and that of the church itself, while drawing in money, money that wasn't used for in practice modern medical care.
Christopher Hitchens was the only witness as far as he knew, called by the Vatican to give evidence against Mother Teresa's beatification and canonization process, because the Vatican had abolished the traditional "devil's advocate" role, which fulfilled a similar purpose. Hitchens has argued that "her intention was not to help people," and he alleged that she lied to donors about the use of their contributions. "It was by talking to her that I discovered, and she assured me, that she wasn't working to alleviate poverty," says Hitchens. "She was working to expand the number of Catholics. She said, 'I'm not a social worker. I don't do it for this reason. I do it for Christ. I do it for the church.'