I decided to contact that website. It is a bit confusing as if you go to the website linked on that Facebook page, they actually link to a different Facebook page than the one who links to them.
Anyway, this is what I sent them:
I am wondering if this is your Facebook page: facebook.com/TheCatholicChurch?sk=info
My reason for asking is that in recent months, that page has posted a couple of quotes by saints regarding our blessed mother that do not accurately reflect the teaching of the Church regarding her role in our salvation. The first one was several months ago and the quote went something like “because Christ came to earth through Mary he has to rule through her” and today one was posted which states that “no one can enter heaven unless it is by Mary”.
I think it is important to remember that just because one was a saint, a pope, or a Church father, that does not mean that everything they stated or taught was orthodox Catholic doctrine. Many Church fathers taught things that were later defined as heresy by the Church. Many popes have made statements in their personal writings that, when not acting in union with the Magesterium and not teaching in an ex cathedra fashion, were not protected from error by the Holy Spirit.
Many Catholics do not get those differences and placing random quotes from saints that actually teach things which appear heretical is a major problem. It also completely derails conversations with other faith traditions who often accuse Catholics of things such as Mary worship.
I would humbly implore you that if you are indeed the admins of that Facebook page to make a strong effort to ensure that the things which are posted as quotes are actually accurate in their reflection of Church doctrine. There are well over two hundred thousand followers to that page which makes a powerful tool for evangelization. It also makes is a powerful tool to spread incorrect doctrine if it is not managed properly.
The other issue I would ask you to consider is that many comments which attempted to point out the actual teachings of the Church on this issue were removed from that page in short order. This seems to represent some sort of conscious effort to suppress orthodox doctrine or at least to stifle those who would ensure it taught.
If this Facebook page is not yours, you should strongly consider asking them to remove your link from it.
I am very hopeful that you will receive this message in the spirit in which it is intended. I am not trying to be a pain or judge others. I love the Church and her teachings. I love the Blessed Mother a great deal. I simply want to do my part to make sure that the things which are put out in her name are the truth.
Thank you so much for your time and your attention to this matter. God bless you!