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By Mary Margaret Olohan, The Stream, September 7, 2018
Are you traumatized by the recent revelations within the Catholic Church? You are not alone. Thousands across the world are still reeling. They’re learning all about Pope Francis, Cardinal McCarrick, and Cardinal Wuerl. Now, more than ever, do we need leaders who speak out strongly against evil. Thankfully, Regnery authors have been outspoken. Read on to discover which of their inspired works is best for you!
by Phillip Lawler (Regnery, 2018)
Lawler was once an admirer of Pope Francis. He spent years closely analyzing the pontiff’s words and actions. Then Lawler finally had to admit it. Pope Francis was purposefully and unashamedly misleading the Catholic Church. Many claimed that Pope Francis was simply putting new emphasis on old teaching. But Lawler shows that Pope Francis determinedly seeks to change Catholic doctrine. To change Catholicism. Lost Shepherd respectfully, honestly, and thoroughly examines key highlights of Pope Francis’ pontificate. It offers solutions.
by John Zmirak (Regnery, 2016)
The “Politically Incorrect Guides” are some of Regnery’s gems. And John Zmirak’s PIG to Catholicism does not disappoint. Liberal activists desperately seek to hijack Catholic teaching. So Zmirak reiterates the basics. And the facts. Are Catholics reallysupposed to believe in global warming? In gun control? Or open borders? Is Catholic “social teaching” similar to socialism? Can the pope actually change Catholic doctrine? Zmirak sets the record straight on these questions and many, many more. P.S. He also has a fantastic Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration.
by Henry Sire (Regnery, 2018)
Sire penned this eye-opening exposé under a pseudonym. (Marcantonio Colonna.) But that didn’t prevent the Knights of Malta from expelling him for what he included in Dictator Pope. Drawing on his experiences in the Vatican during the first few years of Pope Francis, Sire tells all. He reveals Pope Francis to be authoritarian, manipulative, and politically partisan. Hire notes how these traits almost stalled Francis’ church career. Dictator Pope is a horrifying depiction of Pope Francis’ climb to power. And his pursuit of a radically liberal agenda.
by Michael S. Rose (Regnery, 2002)
Michael Rose explores the effects of radical liberalism upon the Catholic Church. His focus? The liberal agenda to destroy Catholic teachings on morality and sexuality. Rose reveals it all. How “morally rigid” seminarians are turned away. The malicious encouragement of gay subcultures within the priesthood. The rise in sexual abuse. Corrupt bishops, priests, deacons, and the like. Rose sites specific examples. He provides ample evidence. There is a deliberate and vindictive war on the Catholic Church. It comes from the radical Left outside. And, as Rose prophetically showed, from radicals within the Catholic Church.
Mary Margaret Olohan is a Marketing and Publicity Associate at Regnery Publishing.
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