Mother Teresa plucked homeless orphans off the streets of Calcutta. She raised them Catholic. She steered them into religious vocations. She sent them off to Europe to do the mundane work of the Church and care for the ever aging generations of European priests and nuns, vowed to lives of poverty. If they try to escape they are deported back to India, to starve on the streets of Calcutta, which is where they would have been anyway, if not for Mama T.
How does this fail to qualify as human trafficking of the most reprehensible type?