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Maria Divine Mercy: 5 Facts About Controversy in Catholic Church

By    |   Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014 07:18 PM

Maria Divine Mercy says the world is ending. She says God, Jesus and the Virgin Mary have all spoken to her during the last four years. Her messages have brought hope to many Catholics, but have been condemned officially by church officials.

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Here are five basic facts about her message and how it has caused controversy:

1. Maria Divine Mercy has posted about 2,000 messages on her website since 2010. According to TheWarningSecondComing.com, her messages have been independently translated into 28 languages and spawned hundreds of prayer groups around the world.

2. Maria Divine Mercy claims messages from Jesus, God the Father and Virgin Mary have expressed that Pope Benedict XVI was the last true pope. Her writings predict the second coming of Jesus Christ will happen soon, but before then, paganism and Satanism will rise and the “enemies of God” will take over the Catholic Church.

3. The Jesus To Mankind Facebook page, which has more than 336,000 likes, is an arm of the Maria Divine Mercy messages. The page links followers to the messages on TheWarningSecondComing.com and encourages the formation of prayer groups which will be a part of an “army of prayer” that Maria Divine Mercy says was requested by Jesus.

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4. While the messages and tone of messages sound Catholic, they have been rejected openly with letters of condemnation and letters warning that her information should not be disseminated by several bishops and archbishops of the Catholic church. Most notably, in April 2014, the Dublin archdiocese, where it is believed that Maria Divine Mercy is registered, said her messages, “should not be promoted or made use of in the Catholic church.”  The Vatican Information Service, official press service of the Holy See, has not issued any information regarding Maria Divine Mercy or her messages.

5. Despite an expressed desire to remain anonymous, Maria Divine Mercy is believed to be Mary Carberry, a married woman who lives in Dublin, Ireland, and owns a PR company. According to Mother of All Peoples, a website devoted to the Virgin Mary, Carberry was a follower of an Irish medium and psychic before sending out her Maria Divine Mercy messages. The messages have turned into big business for Carberry.

Despite official condemnation of her messages, Maria Divine Mercy’s messages continue to come and have a loyal following.

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