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Monday, 24 February 2014

More on Maria Divine Mercy Fraud

This update continues what was previously posted here, that this woman and her machine is a complete fraud and the empire is collapsing around her. The quote of the day comes from our friends at Creative Minority Report, "The Divine justice waiting for those willingly perpetrate fraud on believers makes me shudder."

*Critical Updates

MARTIN ROTH SPEAKS!  

‘Visionary’s’ business partner ‘goes ballistic.’ Confesses: Mary Carberry IS Maria Divine Mercy!

Posted Feb. 17, 2014
An Irish ‘visionary’s’ empire is dismantling.  On Feb. 4, Heinrich Martin Roth, German business partner of the ‘visionary’ Maria Divine Mercy, posted a 30-page ‘rant’ on his website reacting to a flier distributed by German Catholic publishers Miriam-Verlag.
Mary McGovern-Carberry in April 2009, from Irish Independent Online article announcing new PR venture, Eighty Twenty PR.  Today, a company spokesman says, "We are no longer associated with Mary Carberry."
Mary McGovern-Carberry in April 2009, from Irish Independent Online article announcing new PR venture, Eighty Twenty PR. Today a company spokesman says, “We are no longer associated with Mary McGovern.”
While defending ‘Maria Divine Mercy’ and attempting to support the authenticity of her ‘messages from heaven,’ Roth, writing in German, provides embarrassing details exposing the ‘visionary’s’ identity and history. He admits:  Ireland resident Mary Carberry is Maria Divine Mercy!
Are Carberry and Irish business partner Breffni Cully aware what Roth has done?
The Miriam-Verlag two-page flier – the object of Roth’s bizarre document – was edited by a priest working in Switzerland and his affiliated group.  The flier exposes the MDM fraud primarily using information authored by Michael Hesemann posted at the popular German Catholic website Kath.net.  Roth also reacts to an article at MidwayStreet.wordpress.com that represents the work of international researchers exploring the identity of the Internet ‘visionary.’ 


1 comment:

PocketSketch said...

The Canadians bishops need to take charge and warn the faithful not to fall for McGovern's warnings that Pope Francis is leading the Church into apostasy. Last fall, a conference in Toronto promoting MDM was well attended. A Canadian priest has blessed all the "Seals of the Living God" at Mary McGovern's request via the Internet. She will likely ask him to bless her upcoming medals of Our Lady of Salvation.

Finally, someone called Tony from Alberta is burning and distributing for free the most horrific DVD's called "The False Prophet Has Arrived" for "Catholic Truth Seekers" and dares to call it "A New Evangelization." If one finds the material on the Warning Second Coming website objectionable, it pales in comparison with the vitriol this DVD is spreading. Prayer groups are gobbling it up as evidence that confirms Mary McGovern's messages. The creator of these DVD's had the hypocrisy to put "Please Pray to the Holy Spirit for the Gift of Discernment" on the label.

Maybe it is time to order a few copies to send to our bishops so that they will wake up and notice many of their sheep have wandered away.

Tel. 780-463-0345 for a copy. Warning: viewing the "The False Prophet Has Arrived" may cause a sharp increase in blood pressure.