Cults and the Dialogue Ireland Schools programme ~ A helpful cameo by Linda Maher

This was sent to me last week. It is amazing to see how the work of Dialogue Ireland is remembered by people like Linda Maher.
https://evoke.ie/author/lindamaher

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/schools/

 

 

Linda Maher on Schools Programme

Since Dialogue Ireland started this work over 30 years ago we have visited schools from Malin to Mizen head and at both extremities have had cultist groups affecting Irish people. In the seventies it was the Moonies, the old timers the Jehovah Witnesses and the Mormons were sects. In fact, Evangelicals had the only encyclical written by the Catholic Church on sects. The nineties were about the new kid on the block, Scientology but we later discovered that L Ron Hubbard had lived here in 1956. Like Isis who wished to set up a Sharia state, LRH wanted to set up a Scientology state. This edition of the Late, late Show was a legend according to Gerry Ryan. What is notable is that Scientology is fixated to be known as a religion. This show was in 1995 and Scientology sought to be recognised as a religion.

 

http://www.dialogueireland.org/dicontent/resources/video/latelate.html

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To this day it is clear that Scientology has no charitable intent. It is not furthering religion, or education or the relief of poverty. As I write the Scientologists are using a PR company and have opened a major HQ on Merrion Square in order to try to infiltrate the Irish state by obtaining charitable status. Well if you are interested do give us a call we would be delighted to speak to humanist, Atheist or Church groups and of course schools throughout the state and in Northern Ireland.

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The new Millenium brought us the International Church of Christ and also after September 11, 2001, Ireland became the HQ for the Muslim Brotherhood and there was an inability for policy makers to distinguish between Islam and Islamism.

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Man under ‘spiritual dominance’ when he donated €200,000 to House of Prayer, court told

A stained glass window commissioned for the House of Prayer in Achill Sound. The  retreat, founded by Christina Gallagher, a self-proclaimed Marian visionary, denies the claims. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A stained glass window commissioned for the House of Prayer in Achill Sound. The retreat, founded by Christina Gallagher, a self-proclaimed Marian visionary, denies the claims. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Son of donor in legal action over sum paid to retreat, which claims money given voluntarily

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/high-court/man-under-spiritual-dominance-when-he-donated-200-000-to-house-of-prayer-court-told-1.3365731

DI: Imagine making out a donation intended for a HOUSE of Prayer to a building company. Enough is enough. Excommunicate Christina Gallagher and get Gerard McGinnity to stop being an accessory to the scam. The negligence of the bishops is beyond belief. They have refused to halt Fr McGinnity from going to give sustenance to this so called visionary £€$. They have the evidence which is in a book published by Jim Gallagher nearly 10 years and which I personally gave to each bishop in the Episcopal Conference.
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Christina Gallagher and the House of Ballina X 7.

Christina Gallagher House Ballina

Due to the negligence of the Catholic Church the fake visionary and knitting needle induced stigmata visionary Christina Gallagher is getting away with a massive spiritual scam of vulnerable adults. Her house close to junction of the Cleggs Road and the N 59/Sligo Road seems unloved and those I talked to about the house have never seen her ever. The walls have all the appearances of a guilty conscience.
https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/…/christinas-7th-hea…/

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House of Prayer paid €100k for copies of latest book from controversial founder who claimed to have visions of the Virgin Mary

Crowds gather at the House of Prayer in
Achill which was founded by Ms Gallagher

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Daily Mail reports on a lot of books on the books at the House of Prayer.

Daily Mail on HP

 

I wrote this last summer about this book.

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/2016/08/12/the-cross-uncovered-by-christina-gallagher-a-work-of-the-imagination-inspired-by-wealth/

Christina or an unholy ghost wrote this book. It is entitled, “The Cross Uncovered.” It is 372 pages long with a lot of recycled non miracles. The thought that struck me was that what the book should be called is “The Stigmata Uncovered.” The case of the knitting needles in the bedroom. The Chalkey love story and why we do not believe scams. The longer the book the less it relates to reality. The Foreword by Gerrard McGinnity is a disgrace. It shows a person who has lost the plot and his great intelligence. I had the opportunity to read his Doctoral thesis on Ambrose of Milan in the Trinity Library. It showed great intelligence. No he has been totally taken over by Christina. The bishops helped him follow the example of the Cardinal who got retirement parties. Get him off the stage and deny you have any responsibility. Poor Christina has another house this time in City West. She likes the cross and is crucified between the Kinahans. Meanwhile her house in Malahide remains unsold. Take up and read…then repent.

This article gives the impression the Catholic Church has nothing to do with the House of Prayer. Their absolute failure to protect their elderly members is in reality leading to elder abuse. Continue reading

Terrifying Freedom, a novel by Linda Smith

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Sometimes you need a novel to break through the cultist mental manipulation?

Linda Smith wrote recently,

I just read an article on your webpage regarding Catholic Lay Movements with cultist attributes. Some former members of these movements questioned why some bishops are so slow to take seriously their concerns about these organizations.

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The House of Prayer and The Palmarians are in Malahide and Lusk. Compare and Contrast.

The House of Prayer

First the House of Prayer is a Catholic organisation established under the Archdiocese of Tuam when Archbishop Cassidy was in place.

with Dr cassidy

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Buses still bring mainly elderly folk to the Shrine from every part of Ireland.

A significant aspect to this recognition was the role of Fr Gerard McGinnity who had a very good reputation both as a scholar, whistlebower and his personal holiness. Continue reading

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