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Mary Carberry a.k.a. Maria "Divine Mercy" betrayed by her own deception!

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-MARIA DIVINE MERCY JOINED FACEBOOK in JUNE of 2010 - FIVE MONTHS BEFORE SHE STARTED ALLEGEDLY RECEIVING HER 'HEAVENLY MESSAGES' ! -If you want to know where she took her inspiration and …More
-MARIA DIVINE MERCY JOINED FACEBOOK in JUNE of 2010 - FIVE MONTHS BEFORE SHE STARTED ALLEGEDLY RECEIVING HER 'HEAVENLY MESSAGES' !
-If you want to know where she took her inspiration and the two and a half things that she knew about the future, take a look at this video: The true Origin of "The Book of Truth"
-Voice of Mary Carberry saying 3 years later (about the radio interview of 2011, at that moment acting as MDM) " (it) is a job I did for somebody": www.newsscoops.org
-She's a Public Relations Guru: ie.linkedin.com/in/marymcgovernpr Try it twice to open
-She don't want to be MDM anymore therefore nobody is MDM.
-The book about her: midwaystreet.files.wordpress.com/…/outing-of-mary-…
kthames
Not proof but hearsay
Nicolaus
Precious information, thank´s a lot! 👏
Francesca F.
She is a guru bitch. False mystic and possessed.
Nicolaus
giggeling! 😀
kthames
You obviously are not a Christian with that foul vindictive speech
Little Arab
My only problem with MDM is that in one message Jesus refers to the "House of Israel" (Jews) as a "Church." It has a Zionist flavor to it. To me, if anything, that is the heresy, since it it denies the doctrine "extra ecclesiam nulla salus" and implies Jews don't need to convert . Other than that MDM does not merit being disparaged.
kthames
THat does not match what I read about the JEws
kthames
He said it was one of two witnesses. That is why He calls it House of Israel, not Church.
Kevin
Adeste Fideles - you are wrong.

A very important document was issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in November 1996 and placed in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, the official organ of the Holy See. It stated:

"Regarding the circulation of texts of alleged private revelations, the Congregation states: The interpretation given by some individuals to a decision approved by Paul VI …More
Adeste Fideles - you are wrong.

A very important document was issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in November 1996 and placed in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, the official organ of the Holy See. It stated:

"Regarding the circulation of texts of alleged private revelations, the Congregation states: The interpretation given by some individuals to a decision approved by Paul VI on 14 October 1966 and promulgated on 15 November of that year, in virtue of which writings and messages resulting from alleged revelations could be freely circulated in the Church is absolutely groundless. This decision actually referred to the "Abolition of the Index of Forbidden Books" and determined that after the relevant censures were lifted, the moral obligation still remained of not circulating or reading those writings which endanger faith and morals. It should be recalled however, that with regard to the circulation of texts of alleged private revelations, Canon 823#1 of the current code remains in force: "the Pastors of the Church have the ... right to demand that writings to be published by the Christian faithful which touch upon faith or morals be submitted to their judgement". Alleged supernatural revelations and writings concerning them are submitted in first instance to the judgement of the diocesan Bishop, and in particular cases, to the judgement of the Episcopal Conference and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith."
adeste fideles
The Papal decree authorizing to read prophecies is based exclusively on the content of the prophecies ✍️
mccallansteve
Another modern day fraud.
kthames
Where is your proof.