Christina Gallagher opens a new “House of Prayer” in Brewster, New York, USA

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RTE Radio – House of Prayer

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RTE’s Joe Duffy shuts down anti-vaxxer on Liveline who believes vaccine includes the ‘mark of the beast’

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By irishmirror.ie

  • 21:55, 18 AUG 2021

A follower of the controversial House of Prayer has defended her belief that anyone who gets the vaccine will “receive the mark of the beast” and go to hell.

Christina Gallagher, who founded the House of Prayer on Achill Island, Co Mayo, claims that she gets messages from Jesus that the vaccine is somehow affiliated with the Devil.

Speaking on RTE’s Liveline, a caller named Mary took umbrage with Joe Duffy’s discussion which questioned the validity of these outrageous claims.

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Fake visionary Christina Gallagher scares elderly followers off getting Covid jab

“They think they’ll go to hell if they get a vaccine”

Relatives of elderly followers of the controversial House of Prayer have said their parents won’t take the Covid vaccine because of messages fake visionary ­Christina Gallagher claims to have received from Jesus.

Some followers of the House of Prayer have told family members they will not get the vaccine because they believe if they do, they will “receive the mark of the beast” and go to hell.

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MARK OF BEAST Families’ anguish as Christina Gallagher’s House of Prayer urges New Yorkers not to take vaccine

Christina Gallagher has amassed a massive property portfolio while families are at their wits’ end with worry for relatives.

Achill-based House of Prayer set to open new centre in New York

THE controversial House of Prayer is set to open a new $2.2m centre in New York on Saturday where it will charge followers almost €400 for a picture which they claim will offer spiritual protection.

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Why did Bishop Joseph Cassidy retire at 61 after being conned by Christina Gallagher?

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https://www.rte.ie/archives/2015/0922/729530-moving-statues-phenomenon/

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/category/christian/house-of-prayer/

Watching the programme on the moving statues on RTE on Monday April 15, a few things are becoming clearer. Bishop Joseph Cassidy was a critical voice and was gentle in his questioning of the whole phenomenon. He was interviewed while he was Bishop of Clonfert. He was an energetic and relatively youthful bishop and soon became media spokesperson for the Irish Episcopal Conference. This role built on his talent for language and communication which was an attribute picked up at his Requiem Mass by his successor “he used language with care, with discrimination and with feeling. He loved to play on words and to pun. His homilies were not only education but entertainment. His language was fresh, his vision poetic.

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Later on 22 August 1987 he was appointed to the position of archbishop of the Archdiocese of Tuam. We heard about the Sligo situation back in 1983 and there it is not so much about moving statues but visions. It was here that Christina visited and likely conjured up her plan to create the House of Prayer. However, in her case there is no evidence of any deep spirituality just a vision of living in luxury and conning people. This is the link to Christina’s life of material wealth and spiritual delusion ably written about by Jim Gallagher, called Immaculate Deception.

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