France: Sr. Marie Simon-Pierre's Identity Stolen

Source: FSSPX News

Since the beatification of John Paul II, people have been trying to take advantage of Sr. Marie Simon-Pierre's fame.  This religious supposedly cured of Parkinson's disease  in June 2005, by the intercession of John Paul II, has been the victim of an identity theft online.  The Little Sisters of Catholic Maternities, the congregation to which the miraculously cured nun belongs, indicates that requests for donations were launched in her name.  But Sr. Marie Simon-Pierre has no internet page and promotes no works. (sources: apic – DICI#236, June 11, 2011)