Scammer and False Prophet Maria Divine Mercy Condemned by Archbishop of Dublin

BREAKING NEWS — The Archdiocese of Dublin has condemned the scammer and false prophet “Maria Divine Mercy” (as did a number of other Bishops worldwide).

Statement on Maria Divine Mercy



Requests for clarification have been coming to the Archdiocese of Dublin concerning the authenticity of alleged visions and messages received by a person who calls herself “Maria Divine Mercy” and who may live in the Archdiocese of Dublin.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin wishes to state that these messages and alleged visions have no ecclesiastical approval and many of the texts are in contradiction with Catholic theology.

These messages should not be promoted or made use of within Catholic Church associations.

Meanwhile theologian Dr Bowring has stated he will follow the directive and no longer promote his book based on MDM’s heretical messages.
Earlier last year, the Polish nuns of the Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy Sanctuary had issued a message on the blasphemous name of Maria Divine Mercy and Fr Elija Vella had declared her a false prophet on Radio Marija (see video below – it has obtained more than 3000 views to-date).
Recently Fr Elija wrote to me, saying,

“I explained very clearly on Radju Marija that these Revelations are a fraud.
In no no way I do approve them.”

Marianne Pace, national leader for the Apostolate of the Divine Mercy in Malta, has confirmed that Maria Divine Mercy is a false prophet and that her messages should not be promoted.

In another recent development, a connection was revealed between Maria Divine Mercy (real name was investigated and found to be Mary Carberry) and the child rapist “Little Pebble” who is in an Australian jail. Maria Divine Mercy makes money on her “book of truth” which replaces the Bible as the Word of God, and on her medals, based on occult symbols.