Ireland    DUBLIN ARCHBISHOP WARNS AGAINST AUSTRALIAN CULT
Archbishop Desmond Connell of Dublin has urged Catholics to disassociate themselves from the Queensland-based Magnificat Meal Movement and its founder and leader, Debra Geileskey.
   Archbishop Connell repeated the views expressed by Bishop William Morris of Toowoomba, who launched an investigation into alleged visionary Debra Geileskey and her movement, which claims to have thousands of members in 62 countries, including Ireland, where there are at least 300 members.
   Geileskey visited Ireland in late March. Based at Our Lady's Mount in Helidon in the Toowoomba diocese, some of the movement's members dress in habits and describe themselves as 'slaves of the Eucharist'.
   
CNS
6/4/00

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