Heresy comes in different shapes and sizes. In many ways, like pornography, it depends on the eye of the beholder. But if not buying the idea that Mother Teresa is now Saint Teresa counts as heresy, call me a heretic.
Unlike most of her critics, I'm willing to admit that Mother Teresa was a wonderful person who lived a saintly life devoted to helping the poor, in India and around the world. It's just too bad Pope Francis had to mess it up by declaring her a saint.
Let's face it, the whole concept of sainthood is so medieval, dating back to the days when uneducated masses actually believed in angels, dragons, leprechauns, and miracles. The vast majority of today's educated faithful only laugh at the idea that there's a little band of saints floating around somewhere, just waiting, when called on, to intervene in human affairs in ways that defy reason or science.