The Devil Hates Latin

The Devil Hates Latin An African is elected Pope as the Barque of Peter encounters heavy seas Everywhere the Faith and the West are in decline Ominously occult practices have corrupted the elites the media and powerful

  • Title: The Devil Hates Latin
  • Author: Katharine Galgano
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An African is elected Pope as the Barque of Peter encounters heavy seas Everywhere, the Faith and the West are in decline Ominously, occult practices have corrupted the elites, the media and powerful men in the Church The new pontiff faces this unprecedented challenge alone, until an embattled American Cardinal sends his best exorcist to Rome, a young Dominican priest wAn African is elected Pope as the Barque of Peter encounters heavy seas Everywhere, the Faith and the West are in decline Ominously, occult practices have corrupted the elites, the media and powerful men in the Church The new pontiff faces this unprecedented challenge alone, until an embattled American Cardinal sends his best exorcist to Rome, a young Dominican priest with hard experience combating the Devil in Latin on America s mean streets Meanwhile, a US media mogul, an indifferent Catholic targeted for his politics, flees America with his family for the Eternal City There, they find a despondent society where Italians no longer marry and have children Indeed, all hope seems lost until a beautiful Roman girl takes a brave stance against the rising tide of despair Gritty, fascinating and impossible to forget, The Devil Hates Latin sweeps from New England to the Tiber, and ultimately to a Renaissance palazzo nestled in the green hills of Umbria, building to a shattering confrontation as Good summons the courage to face the menace of the gathering forces of Evil PUBLISHED BY REGINA PRESS

    One thought on “The Devil Hates Latin”

    1. Excellent!The first book I've read in a long time that I had a hard time putting down. Highly recommended for anyone, not just Catholics.

    2. I’ve sat on this review for a while. For no good reason really, because this was such a great book! This was such a brilliant, heart pounding read, I couldn't put it down!This is the first book published by Regina Magazine, and it was a stunner. (I'm probably gushing now, but I can't help it—I loved this book so much!) It follows several different people at the beginning, and at first you are wondering how all their stories fit together. Slowly, as the story develops, things draw together an [...]

    3. What a great novel and so unique in its format. The Devil Hates Latin is a Catholic thriller with twists and turns that will leave the reader wide-eyed. Catholic thrillers, especially of the traditional vein, are rather rare in my experience and I thoroughly enjoyed this one. This strangely surreal novel accurately captures what I can only surmise is the current state of the Church and what I know to be the state of secular culture in postmodern times. Finishing this novel was bittersweet. I am [...]

    4. The devil hates Latin Being a practicing Catholic myself, I found this book an easy read, entertaining and a true mystery. Does this really happen in the Church of Christ?

    5. Definitely Catholic, but also political This is a book that has a mission-to point out the wrong in the world and show how sin and Satan have brought it about. It is definitely written from a traditional Catholic point of view in regards to abortion and the family. As a Catholic, I could appreciate that and recognize the role that those issues played in both the book and the world. However, the book is also written from a Politically and Economically conservative point of view which is not speci [...]

    6. A fast paced thriller with a strong Catholic identity, and supernatural overtones. A wealthy American Catholic family settles in Rome, and through their kids, who are respectively in a troubled marriage, a sister in a orthodox convent, and a seminarian, get involved with a Italian family, and a deeply troubled Priestly order. A fun, exciting and enjoyable read.

    7. Good bookHits pretty close to our modern times. Hopeful, and encouraging in a dark time. Full of information on true Catholicism.

    8. So bad it's good. If Dan Brown were a trad Catholic. Best part is reading through the very very thinly disguised roman a clef characters.

    9. What a great read. What a great read. It gives me great hope. I hope to see more like it. I highly recommend this to all Catholics, and even to non Catholics.

    10. Good! This reminded me of the Michael O'Brien novel Father Elijah. Intrigue, corruption and scandal can't compete with the Holy Spirit!

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