Letter to the Archdiocese of Dublin requesting an official statement on 'Maria Divine Mercy'

April 16, 2014. Thankfully today the Archdiocese of Dublin just released a Official Statement concerning Maria Divine Mercy which greatly clarifies the official position of the Catholic church concerning the alleged private revelations of M.D.M. which have gained quite a large following throughout the world over the past several years. Below is a letter letter that I had written last fall to the Archdiocese of Dublin requesting an official statement on 'Maria Divine Mercy'


Archdiocese of Dublin                                                                                      November 15, 2013      
Archbishop  Diarmuid Martin
Your Excellency,
My name is Glenn R. Dallaire and I live in Bristol, Connecticut in the U.S.A. I am the webmaster/owner of the Mystics of the Church.com website, along with four other Catholic websites  listed beneath my signature below.
I am writing to you today to inquire as to your official position concerning the alleged visionary in your Archdiocese who, in an effort to remain anonymous, goes by the name of “Maria Divine Mercy”, and who for some three years has promulgated a significant amount ofalleged  “heavenly messages” on a website called “TheWarningSecondComing.com”.  I am sure that you are also quite aware that these alleged “heavenly messages” of this visionary “Maria Divine Mercy” have received the attention of tens of thousands of the faithful throughout the world, and that each the “messages” are translated into a variety of languages.
Additionally, in case you have thus far not yet been informed, I wanted to bring to your attention that her identity has just recently been revealed to the public (as of November 8, 2013) on several websites, most particularly on the website http://midwaystreet.wordpress.com/2013/11/  and to be very frank your Excellency, the information that has been revealed pertaining to her identity and the details of her life are not very conforming to the life of an authentic mystic, such as those whom we read in the lives of the approved Mystics of the Church.
So it is, your Excellency, that at this time due to the recent revelation of her identity this past week and the accompanying disconcerting facts concerning her life, that I would like to very humbly request that your Excellency would consider formally making a public statement/ official pronouncement concerning “Maria Divine Mercy” and her alleged heavenly messages, for the sake of faithful and the salvation of souls—especially those who are following Maria Divine Mercy and her “Messages” and are therefore in great need of a clear position from the Church through the person of your Excellency, the local Archbishop, whose responsibility alone it is to judge such matters.
I sincerely thank you in advance for your kind attention to this important matter.

Union in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary,
Glenn R. Dallaire
42 Crown St
Bristol, Connecticut, 06010


Anonymous said...

Glad to see you have done this.
But why not go even further and get a letter from the Bishop of Santander and of Mostar? This way others that read here will see that the Bishops have also said not to follow Garabandal and Medjugorje.
The faithful need to know the truth about what the church has said for many years about all these false prophets.

Unknown said...

What happened to the other hundred something comments? Did your bishop ask you to clean up your site? One can be critical of a pope whilst still being loyal. I am the pope's good servant, but I am God's first. I am no Catherine of Sienna---but even she was a saint in the making at one time. Kim in Seattle

Unknown said...

And hasn't Pope Francis shown us that laws are made to be broken by his actions these last 2 Maundy Thursdays? Based on the pope's rule breaking example, can't we decide to break the rules and ignore this bishop's condemnation?

This October a synod may decide to give Communion to public adulterers. If adulterers will be allowed to receive Christs's body and blood, why not co-habitating couples---be they the hetero or homosexual variety? Just some more rules to be broken in the interest of 'mercy.'

Mercy without the charity of truth is useless. So is false humility.

Wake up faithful Catholics. You don't need MDM to know something is rotten. Time will tell with MDM. She has made many predictions that have come true.

Unknown said...

Should one really trust a bishop who says that Church teaching is disconnected from 'real life' and that rejecting the gay lifestyle makes one not only homophobic but 'Godophobic'? What if this bishop ordains women (as has happened another diocese)? Should we accept that just because he is a bishop? Note also that Martin conducted NO formal investigation of MDM and offers no explanation of what words of MDM contradict Church teaching.

Glenn Dallaire said...

In response to "Unknown" of April 18, 2014 at 1:10AM:
As the webmaster I just wanted to point out that the 100+ comments you are referring to were not with this article, but with the main article concerning Maria Divine Mercy here.

And in reply to Unknown of April 19 at 12:53AM, I would like to point out that obedience to the local bishop is an obligation in the decisions where he is judging and speaking in communion with the Pope and the teachings of the Church, and in this case he is doing so, and he has the rightful authority to do so since Maria Divine Mercy is living within his juristiction.
For those interested in this subject, I would suggest the article I have written entitled Private revelations and obedience to the Catholic church.

May God bless everyone who visits this website

Anonymous said...

When life gives you lemons, turn to St. Joseph, and the Blessed Mother, and pray devoutly.

Anonymous said...

These are very powerful prayers to help those influenced by the messages.