Marie Carré (died ) was a French Protestant nurse who later in life converted to become a Roman Catholic nun. She is known primarily in the English-speaking world for having published a purported memoir entitled AA- The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle, which. Absorbing and compelling reading from beginning to end, AA Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church is a must read for every Catholic. 23 May AA and the Catholic Church “Makeover” a purported memoir of a soviet agent, entitled AA The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle.
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A.A. 1025: Memoirs of an Infiltrator into the Catholic Church
I understand that mwmoirs wished thereby to give me the illusion of having a family. He advised me to search vigorously in all non-Christian religions for what exalted man the most and to promote it. Matthew’s personal interests include seeking a preservation of traditional Catholicism as practiced before the Second Vatican Council. If you want to understand what happened to the Catholic Church in the years before the Second Vatican Council and after Consequently, I prayed my cor- respondent to invite this religious to his house, under any pretext.
But, it does seem true that when young boys, between 4 and apostlee years old, know a sympathetic priest, they have a desire to imitate jemoirs. I pray that horror will not happen and hope for a glorious restoration. How could I manage to see her again? My liking for atheistic doctrines, which are the basis and foundation of the Party, exalted my zeal, which was unbounded. May 31, Joel Everett rated it really liked it.
AA-1025: The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle
I think she wrote it all herself. She was tactful enough mempirs to ask me what I was going to do with it. Jul 23, Alexandra MacMillan rated it it was amazing. I would never touch, even with the tips of my fingers, the skin of such a hideous person. Diffusion de la Pensee Francaise. I must stop talking. With modesty, I let them speak. Had she not given me her medal in the hope of converting me; was it not just the opposite of a sacrifice? But both of us knew that it would take more time to kill all the Saints than it would to kill God.
I will not divulge, for reasons easily guessed, how I came to pass the border and to end up at Leningrad. I did not wish him to imagine that he had impressed me. The Communists would frequently mask their evil behind seemingly good intentions; ant they knew that the consequence of their work would ultimately be detrimental to the Faith.
This collaboration, of course, remained secret. Yes, such is the Christianity today that some pretend to make us love. The book was pretty unsettling.
AA The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle by Marie Carré
I never dared, when I wrote to the Uncle, to ask of him the value of these deeply frivolous occupations. I would have liked to have it melted and to have something else engraved on it, but this was impossible. One evening, I was assisting at a grand recep- tion that was particularly brilliant.
The Man Without a Name 3 They were very good-looking and I was quickly sensitive to the almost exaggerated love that united them.
So I begged “Blue Eyes” to hear my confes- sion and I related everything to him, at least the essentials, that I was a Communist, attached to the secret service section of militant atheism, ab I 46 The Hew Tries To Test Confession 47 had murdered a Polish religious who pretended that I had no vocation to the priesthood. He had no identification on him, but he had a briefcase in which there was a set of quasi-biographical notes.
I even feel that I exceed those of my Party who have made use of lies. While I was at it, I might as well make of it a beautiful devotional picture. It was up to me to convince my foster father. About ten meters separated us. He has been with us for years. A thoughtful mind would have noticed that I was suppressing all that is lovable in a 1205 which is, on the other hand, quite strict.
It makes me laugh, because it would only suffice to invent a machine that could read my memory.
I knew that the doctor was suspicious of such things. Their virtue was so great that I never heard them speak ill about anyone. Yes, I believe it to sn indispensable, because people now put their confidence in the power of man, a power that can launch rockets but allows people to die from hunger, a power that puts machines to work, but is also their oppressed slave.
He even assured me that it should never have been otherwise. I even have reason to ask this question: But you will have very little to confess, other than your own actions. Those that are narrated as such are either invented or will later be scientifically explained. It is in Rome that I grasp the enormous importance of the cassock. That she would not agree to that would only be an amusing challenge. Happily, this writing will never be published, t is not a good example to my comrades.
The best thing that we can do to resist this is to always hold true to the Traditions of our Fathers and reject all novelties.