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House of Prayer is faithful to Church
29 Nov 2014
Media Obsession with House of Prayer
16 Nov 2014
More False Sunday World Attacks
9th Nov 2014
Answer to Sarah Mac Donald
17th Oct 2014
Statement of 2nd Nov 2014
Notice of Misleading & Uniformed Attack
Statement of October 2014
Horrendous Lies against Christina to be probed by Solicitors
Statement of Sept 2014
Vindictive Attack by the Sunday World is REVEALED for what it is
The People Respond to REPEATED Attack by Sunday World on Christina Gallagher
26th Nov 2013
The People Respond to the Stalking of Christina Gallagher
12 Nov 2013
Response to The TV3 Midweek programme
26th Sep 2011
Catholic writer and journalist Martina Caffrey, MA in Theolgy, rebuts media sensational calls for the House of Prayer in Achill and Christina Gallagher
to be excommunicated, in her letter to the Irish Catholic, Nov 2014.
The claim that miracles attributed to the House of Prayer are unverified is also mistaken. There have been hundreds of healings, several of which are verified by medical professionals as being without medical explanation and meeting Church requirements in declaring a miracle.
The article also failed to mention that Cardinal Brady has refused to meet with those who oppose the House of Prayer because Fr McGinnity has not broken any Church or civil law and is free to be associated with the House of Prayer.
Martina Caffrey M.A. Theology,
Martina Caffrey's further Response to Outrageous Cries in Irish Media for Excommunication of the House of Prayer Achill and Christina Gallagher
“Excommunication” is a word which is often bandied about in the press by those who want to create a sensation and grab the attention of the public to a Church issue. It is used too easily by those who don’t understand what it means and don’t know Church Law. Those who use it often display their ignorance and incomprehension of the Catholic faith and a lack of the basic Christian principles of mercy and forgiveness. Some of the figures who have come to the fore in the recent attack on Christina, have called for her to be investigated and excommunicated by the Church for heresy and unverified claims of miracles. A quick glance at the spot of the internet inhabited by these people and their fellow conspirators shows a place full of anger, hatred and bitterness. They claim to defend the Catholic faith from “cults” which they have labelled Christina and the House of Prayer yet they lack the basic fundamentals of Christianity in their tirades.
Excommunication is not something which can be handed out easily, as those who demand it as a course of action against Christina Gallagher mistakenly believe, just because they do not agree with the wording of the messages given to her. They allege that excommunication is a necessary step against Christina because of heresy and unverified claims of miracles. However an investigation into the work of the House of Prayer and the messages given to Christina would show that there is no heresy involved there. As written about previously in "An Overview of Christina’s Messages", a study of the messages given to Christina by Our Lady and Jesus throughout the years show the messages to be in harmony with Scripture, that Catholic doctrine is promoted and upheld and there is no heresy involved in the messages received by Christina or the mission of the House of Prayer which is a call to return to Jesus in the Sacraments of the Church and to repent and pray the Rosary for the salvation of souls. The Catholic truth and doctrine contained in the messages given to Christina are backed up by the in-depth theological teaching given each weekend at the House of Prayer by Christina’s spiritual director, Fr. McGinnity, concerning the messages given to Christina and their basis in Catholic doctrine.
The further claims made by those who are attacking the messages received by Christina is that she makes unverified claims of miracles. This attack shows a clear lack of knowledge concerning the House of Prayer as many of the healings attributed to the House of Prayer have been verified by medical doctors as miraculous and without medical explanation and the testifying of these healings follow the outline of Church practice in the verification of a miracle. Several of these healings have met the standards required by the Church to announce an official miracle such as those used to attribute sainthood. This makes the claim by those who are attacking the House of Prayer and Christina Gallagher baffling as a simple research into these miracles and healings would provide the proof which upholds the messages and graces given by Heaven at the House of Prayer.
These recent attacks and the subsequent reporting of them by the media, even in the Catholic media, shows a lack of research, understanding or desire for the truth. It is easy to cause sensation and throw around words which will cause outrage and fear such as excommunication and heresy. It is easy to stir up hatred and fear and prey on the concerns of those who do not fully understand the intention behind it and who do not understand the errors which are being manipulated and presented as facts by those with an ulterior motive. As members of the House of Prayer and Our Lady’s Confraternity, we strive to live the Truth of Jesus’ teachings within His Church. These are the same teachings which we are strongly urged to follow in the messages given by Jesus and His Blessed Mother to Christina Gallagher as they compliment and reinforce the teachings and doctrine of the Catholic Church. The attacks against Christina Gallagher and the messages given to her by Heaven bring to mind a warning given by Jesus in the Bible to those who in the millennia to come would follow Him and proclaim His Teachings to the world, "Blessed are you when people insult you and persecute you, and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of Me. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great; for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” (Matt 5: 11-12)
The directors of the House of Prayer Achill and the people who freely travel there respond to the obsessive hate-filled stalking of Christina Gallagher.
on Christina Gallagher
by the Sunday World
12th November 2013
On Sunday November 3rd the Sunday World resumed their scurrilous and defamatory attacks on Christina Gallagher with their so-called ‘exclusive’. Once again they seem intent on incitement to contempt and hatred towards Mrs Gallagher.
As has been the case over the past seven years, this latest article is a tissue of misleading information and lies.
Mrs Gallagher owns only one house. It is because she was forced by this kind of media harassment that she had to leave her previous residences. She was first driven from her house at Newport (which she had purchased with the royalties from her own books and tapes with her personal money.) A man from the US hired a film crew from the UK and broke into her private property to film. When confronted by the Gardai this crew lied saying they had sent their film on ahead to an address in Dublin which was a bogus address discovered by the Guards. Instead the tape is believed to have been taken back to the US by those involved.
As a result of this outrageous invasion of privacy, we, the people, felt it necessary to put in place a protection for her. We did this freely and knowingly and we legally declared so in writing. This house acquired by her in Malahide suffered similar invasions of privacy through the relentless Sunday World campaign having a photographer fly over the house as related by Jim Gallagher himself and then printing a full page picture of the property. This not only brought a further procession of tantalising stalkers to the house but also rendered Mrs Gallagher’s life and safety at great risk by suggesting falsely that she had antiques and possibly cash in the house. She has neither and, in fact, hates antiques. The campaign of hatred has been ruthless in turning Mrs Gallagher into a ready target for any gullible reader or hearer of this despicable material.... More
Testimony: Major Physical Healing & Conversion of John Garbutt
Testimony: Major Physical Healing of Kathleen O'Sullivan
Testimony: Major Physical Healing of Jed Michael
Testimony: Major Physical Healing of Rose McManus in the Womb
Testimony: Young Man's Life Totally Changed after Visit to House of Prayer Achill
The latest outrageous attack by Mike Garde, in collaboration with Jim Gallagher, in the Sunday World announcing that Christina Gallagher is sunning herself in the United States and enjoying herself at the expense of other people shows how the same so-called “authority” is entirely disinterested in facts or truth. This is complete and utter slander. First of all Christina Gallagher is not in the United States she is in her home in Ireland because of ill-health – brought upon her by the likes of Mike Garde cruelly hounding her and publishing deceptive material which has no basis in reality. Christina only goes to the United States if invited to do so by the people there and when she does travel there it is not for sunning herself or enjoying herself but to carry out the work given her to do. Not only has her health been irreparably damaged but her very life has been put in danger by the persecution Mike Garde and the likes of him recklessly pursue in an unexplained frenzied obsession that in its most recent ugly phase has continued non-stop for the past 8 years. Of course the public have long observed the obsessive repetition of the same boring lies in both the Sunday World and on TV3 concerning the mission of Our Lady Queen of Peace House of Prayer, but in more recent times as in today’s article they are becoming even more nauseated at being treated like utter fools. Today’s deceptive article which is entirely misleading and slanderous fits the pattern of deception and lies which has come to be seen as Mr Garde’s hallmark. Clearly he is incapable of checking the simplest of facts but prefers to treat readers as gullible fools. Over the years he has shown himself incapable of checking and reporting the fact of over 700 healing and conversion testimonies at the House of Prayer. Just as he clearly lacks an appreciation of the Catholic faith, its teaching and practices. Today’s gaffe is in perfect consistency with his customary deception and slander of Mrs Gallagher.
Biography of Fr Gerard McGinnity
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