9 things you need to know about “Maria Divine Mercy”

by jimmyakin

in Benedict XVI, Prophecy

The visionary "Maria Divine Mercy" claims that Pope Benedict was the last pope and the next one will be the False Prophet. What should we think of this? Here are 9 things you should know.

Many people have been talking about a woman who calls herself “Maria Divine Mercy.” She has made dramatic claims in the form of alleged private revelations.

She claims to have predicted Pope Benedict’s resignation in advance.

She also claims that he will be the last pope on earth, that the next pope to be elected will be the false prophet, and that the Second Coming is about to occur.

What should we make of these claims?

Here are 9 things you need to know.


1. Who is “Maria Divine Mercy”?

We don’t know.

According to her web site, she is “a Roman Catholic married mother of a young family living in Europe [and] says she has been receiving from the Holy Trinity as well as by the Virgin Mary.”

She writes anonymous, stating, “The woman wishes to be known by the name Maria Divine Mercy and says that it is the wish of Jesus that she remains anonymous to protect her family and to avoid any distraction from the messages.”

“The messages have been received by her since November 2010 and are still ongoing. Over 650 have been received.”

In a YouTube interview, she claims to have been a business woman and speaks with what appears to be an Irish accent.


2. What does she say about her own role in God’s plan? 

She claims a rather startling role:

Maria says the messages are also being given to help prepare the world for the Second Coming of Christ which will follow The Warning. . . .

Maria was told by Jesus that she is the 7th Messenger, the 7th Angel sent to reveal to the world the contents of the Seals in the Book of Revelation which can only be opened by the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ. He will open the Seals and reveal, in advance, the contents. Maria has to publish them as each Seal is opened. He has told her she is the end time prophet.


3. How Popular is Maria Divine Mercy?

Her FaceBook page–Jesus to Mankind–presently has more than 17,000 “Likes,” which is quite a substantial number.

She also promotes her message through a web site–www.TheWarningSecondComing.com–and she sells copies of her revelations in the form of books titled The Book of Truth (vol.s I & II).

She is apparently popular enough that there are knockoff web sites also repeating her messages. Her own web site contains a warning against the knockoffs.


4. What has Maria Divine Mercy said about Pope Benedict?


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Sentient March 3, 2013 at 7:52 pm

Jimmy,  I had not heard of this person (or persons). There are, as you wrote, many reasons not to believe “her”. (I suspect it’s really a man.)  Your last point, though, that she would suffer latae sententiae excommunication for being a schismatic seems a stretch. Must we believe that no (small “a”) antichrist could ever become pope?  I realize that “the gates of hell will not prevail (against the Church)”, but it seems conceivable that the last pope could be a (if not THE) man of perdition.  Fr. John Echert of the EWTA Scripture forum has expressed his being open to the concept of the Antichrist becoming the last pope.  Do we know that to be impossible?

Pat March 4, 2013 at 10:40 pm

I have read every message, prayed every crusade prayer. Prayed for discernment and believe she is the End Times prophet. God Bless.

Bill912 March 5, 2013 at 2:56 am

But Jesus specifically told us NOT to listen to people like her, who claim to know that the end times are near.

PH March 4, 2013 at 7:39 am

“Good Grief!” Yet another gnostic. How did St. Irenaeus put it? I’ll paraphrase: they act as though they were present at the birth of the Lord. It saddens me to think that Maria believes she knows more than the Son and that, rather than paying attention to Sacred Scripture and Holy Mother Church, most recently through the recently retired Benedict XVI, people will swallow and even digest her Malachian prophecies. God save us!
Andiamo avanti pieno di coraggio e amore in Cristo,

Texsain March 4, 2013 at 8:15 am

Sentient to me, the idea of a pope being the anti-christ undermines all of Christ’s promises about the Church.
Imagine if you were a disciple of Jesus who lived from the 1st century until now…you might be wondering if every next pope might be “the one” and whether submitting to him might cause you to sin, but knowing that if he is legit NOT submitting to him would cause you to sin.  Plus, think of all the otherwise faithful Catholcs who, when realizing the pope is the anti-christ, would leave the church saying “Holy Cow!  Jack Chick was right!”  No, that doesn’t square with Christ’s promises to be with us always, to send us the Holy Spirit to protect us, that the gates of hell will not prevail against the church, etc.

Pray for World Peace March 26, 2013 at 4:12 am

@Texsain I’m still praying on this.  But as to there being no chance of a future Pope being a “bad one”.  I suggest reading end times prophecy of St. Francis of Assisi

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