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Website Review: The Warning

A review based on: http://www.thewarningsecondcoming.com/

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This website contains the writings of "Maria Divine Mercy" which is the pseudonym of an anonymous woman who reportedly lives in Dublin and who claims to be a Roman Catholic and to be 'receiving spiritual guidance from the Catholic Church."

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of the Archdiocese of Dublin has stated that these messages and alleged visions have no ecclesiastical approval and many of the texts are in contradiction with Catholic theology. He further states that these messages should not be promoted or made use of within Catholic Church associations. He is the ordinary of the alleged seer.

Maria Divine Mercy has posted nearly 1,000 messages from Jesus, the Virgin Mary and God the Father since November 8, 2010. Recently her identity has been revealed as Mary Carberry, 58, of Dublin, Ireland, who does business under her maiden name of Mary McGovern. She has four children. Two have worked for her firm, McGovernPR, including her daughter Sarah Carberry, 28, and a 27-year son, a Web page designer. The 27-year-old company, McGovernPR, has won international awards for its skill in marketing products and ideas. Other Carberry companies are CultureLink, headed by her husband, John Carberry, and Digital Future Link, headed by Sarah. Mary, John and their adult son live in Muldowney Court, MalahideCounty, Dublin, Ireland.

In a letter, Bishop Malone prohibited the dissemination of Maria Divine Mercy’s messages in the Portland Diocese.

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