Blog warning against a false 'visionary' Maria Divine Mercy and her cult

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Well, what do you know, here's the only MDM Prophecy that came true

On 13 March 2013, less than 24 hours after the Papal Enclave was convened, Jorge Mario Cardinal Bergoglio, an Argentinean Archbishop, was canonically elevated to the papacy succeeding Pope Benedict XVI who resigned on 28 February 2013, the first modern Pope to ever do so. He became Pope Francis and was presented to the cheering crowds at the Vatican Square on the same day. Three days later, Mary Carberry,  aka Maria Divine Mercy, released this prophecy:

Monday, March 24, 2014

Maria Divine Mercy's Problematic Medal of Salvation

By PocketSketch

Mary McGovern has attempted a justification for the two swords of salvation on her medal, in lieu of the traditional one sword Catholics are familiar with. According to her:

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Automatic Writing – the Final Nail on the Coffin of Maria Divine Mercy

By Alex Lim

For several months, we have dug into the messages of this woman hiding behind the fake name of Maria Divine Mercy and recently unmasked as a marketer/publicist taking advantage of the gullibility of ignorant Catholics like herself - Mary McGovern Carberry.
The nature of the messages, the semantics and their syntactic issues have spawned speculations about their origination, ranging from simple fraud as being the product of a corporation employing a few mental pygmies writing with the least command of the language, to diabolical dictation from entities from the netherworld.  Across this range, the objective is clearly to create schism in the Catholic Church while singing all the way to the bank using Christina Gallagher's business model of doomsaying as a sure way to live in mansions.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Profiting From a False Prophet? The Strange Case of Kelly Bowring

By Tim Stuart

Dr. Kelly Bowring
Kelly Bowring lately of Cummins, Georgia, continues to launch marketing spiels for his books from his website. He is focused on writing about end times prophecy and how it relates to the Catholic Church. His latest attempt to sell his books was issued just a few days ago. Last year he told us that it was “plausible” that Pope Francis was the false prophet of the antichrist, based on the often ludicrous “prophecies” of one calling herself “Maria Divine Mercy” or, simply MDM.

Dr. Bowring wants us to take him seriously and often points out his academic credentials as well as his “mandatum” to teach theology. There is no question of his academic background, he is well-schooled and holds a doctorate in theology.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Spiritual Discernment of Private Revelations: Elementary Rules for Maria Divine Mercy Believers

By David Moorcroft

“I do not give much belief to prophecies, because most, especially those that have come to me recently, do not deserve to be read.
 – Pope Pius IX. (9th Apr 1872).

The ‘warningsecondcoming’‘messages’ themselves speak of the need for discernment. MDM alleges that‘Jesus’ told her, on 15th Aug 2011:


(1) The Church teaches, as of faith, that Christ communicated the whole of the Father’s Revelation to his Apostles, who committed it to writing (Sacred Scripture), or handed it on in the word of preaching or instruction (Sacred Tradition).