This is from their Jan 2014 Public Watchtower under an interview titled “Jehovah Had Not Forgotten Me”:
I was born into a middle-class neighborhood of Bilbao, in northern Spain. I was the second of four children. Our family were devout Catholics, and I attended Mass daily. At the age of 23, I became a teacher—a vocation that I loved and pursued for 40 years. Among other subjects, I was proud to teach the Catholic religion, and in the evenings I served as a catechist—instructing girls for their first communion.
After 12 years of happy marriage, I was widowed and left with four daughters to care for. I was only 33 years old! I tried to find consolation in my Catholic faith, but I had recurring questions. I wondered: ‘Why do humans continue to die if Christ redeemed us? Why do we pray for God’s Kingdom to come if good people go to heaven?’ And above all, I thought: ‘If God judges us when we die, why would we later need to leave heaven, purgatory, or hell for the final judgment?’
I put those questions to some priests I met. One of them answered: “I don’t know. Ask the bishop. Why does it matter? You believe in God, don’t you? Just let it be!” But I kept on searching for answers. Later, I attended lectures by Jesuits, Pentecostals, and Gnostics. Yet no one had satisfying answers to my questions.
I think it is horrendous that the Watchtower feels okay with spreading lies about the ignorance of the Cathoilc Church. They purposely try to build this lady’s credentials and then insult the knowledge she had from being Catholic. Her questions are not even questions that a poorly catechized Catholic would have. She is lying or the WT is lying, but either way, this is libel to the Catholic Church by not having proper editing clarifying what the Church teaches on these rather simple questions. They are nothing but crafty cheap shotters.