AA-1025: The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle

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AA-1025: The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle

AA The Memoirs of an Anti Apostle Absorbing and compelling reading from beginning to end AA Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church is a must read for every Catholic today and for all who would understand just what

  • Title: AA-1025: The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle
  • Author: Marie Carré
  • ISBN: 9780895554499
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • Absorbing and compelling reading from beginning to end, AA 1025 Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church is a must read for every Catholic today and for all who would understand just what has happened to the Catholic Church since the 1960s In the 1960s, a French nurse, Marie Carr , attended an auto crash victim who was brought into her hospital in a city shAbsorbing and compelling reading from beginning to end, AA 1025 Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church is a must read for every Catholic today and for all who would understand just what has happened to the Catholic Church since the 1960s In the 1960s, a French nurse, Marie Carr , attended an auto crash victim who was brought into her hospital in a city she purposely does not name The man lingered there near death for a few hours and then died He had no identification on him, but he had a briefcase in which there was a set of quasi autobiographical notes She kept these notes and read them, and because of their extraordinary content, decided to publish them.The result is this little book, AA 1025 Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church, a strange and fascinating account of a Communist who purposely entered the Catholic priesthood along with many others, with the intent to subvert and destroy the Church from within.

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    One thought on “AA-1025: The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle

    1. George on said:

      A chilling expose of a first hand account of the communist infiltration into The Catholic Church. Some question the veracity of the story. However, the predictions it makes and the agenda it exposes I have personally seen manifest and promoted.

    2. Code Phined on said:

      Wow. Finding words for this gem is difficult. If you want to understand what happened to the Catholic Church in the years before the Second Vatican Council and afteris book is a must-read.The book begins with words from the original author (not Marie Caree), whose name is never revealed. She tells that she is/was a nurse somewhere in France, who happened upon some documents in a briefcase of a priest who was in a vegetative state after a car accident. No one ever came to claim him, or his briefc [...]

    3. Brittany Cutrera on said:

      Very much an eye opener. You can completely see how all these ideas have been put into practice. This books can help to fortify us and recognize our path as Catholics :)

    4. Carolyn on said:

      Another eye-opener that explains corruption and Church scandals.

    5. Lauren on said:

      "What is the point of entering the priesthood?""To destroy the church from within."This horrifying book will prove to everyone that that there is evil even in the holiest of places. This evil man is an enemy of God and wants to be a world leader of Atheism. Find out all of the evil things he does. His name is AA-1025, (Anti-Apostle, one out of the other 1025 entering the priesthood just to destroy it.)

    6. Bonny on said:

      These memoirs allege that there are 1025 (and by now many more!) communists and/or atheists who have infiltrated the Catholic Church posing as priests with the intention of starting "destruction from within". Knowing what seminarians go through and all the years of study that it takes to become a priest, this is mind-boggling to me that these people could lie their way through it and actually make it to the priesthood. Still, I have no reason to question the author. The book was pretty unsettlin [...]

    7. Devon Aguirre on said:

      This was a different look at some of recent Catholic history. The publisher notes that the book may not be 100% accurate but the predictions that were supposedly written in the early 20th century for how the Catholic church would evolve were very poignant. The authors writing was very difficult to get through in the beginning but the memoirs she "found" were much better. Overall it was a quick and easy read that, if true, sheds light on a lot of the post-conciliar changes in the church.

    8. Victor Orozco on said:

      Oh my goodness this was horrifying! And its all true. AA-1025/Michael or whatever this villain is known but a servant of evil. That a man could hold such hatred for the Catholic Church is a terrible pain in my heart. But his hatred was motivated by pain and anger, if only he never ran away and be discovered by the evil that was Communism.He lied, he murdered, he raped my Church. Yet he was still human and as hard to believe had loved and was loved in return. While reading his terrible deeds the [...]

    9. Emmy on said:

      Sad, shocking, and even sometimes scary. Yet, at the same time, it was very easy to see the hand of the Holy Spirit involved in everything Michael did, from influencing him to confess his crimes to his superiors in the seminary (so that they could in turn pray for his soul), to bringing him closer to Raven Hair (for the same reason), and finally, in getting him to give RH's Miraculous Medal to Achille, which drove him away, and made it harder for Michael to carry out his mission. I even believe [...]

    10. Christine on said:

      I don't believe a word of this book. It seems to have been written by a traditionalist Catholic upset with Vatican II. Published in 1972, I do not think Ms. Carré found these memoirs. I think she wrote it all herself. Blaming communists is her conspiracy theory to explain changes in the Church. The supposed letter from Raven Hair indicates how much the author does love God. Her writing also shows her high respect for the Pope and dedication to Mary.

    11. Bice on said:

      Goodness am I the only one who did not like this book. My friend enthusiastically gave it to me to read. Just seemed to be so contrived. Yes I do believe there is truth here but book is so poorly put together. Perhaps it is the translation that is bad. I did like that the truths of Catholicism were brought out in places. Oh well.

    12. Rosanne Pallini-Verlezza on said:

      This book is a real eye opener. Everyone should be aware of the devil's plot that has been set in motion to destroy the Catholic Church from within.

    13. Jana Crea on said:

      A book for conspiracy theoristswith so many holes that it leaves even this conspiracy enthusiast unsatisfied. Nice try, I guess.

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