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 1960's.
In the 1960's, a French nurse, Marie Carre, 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. His strange yet fascinating and illuminating set of biographical notes, tells of his commission to enter the priesthood, his experiences in the seminary, and the means and methods he used and promoted to help effect from within the auto-dissolution of the Catholic Church.
No one will read this book without a profound assent that something just like what is describer here must surely have happened on a wide scale in order to have disrupted the life of the Catholic Church so dramatically.
About the Author
Marie Carre was a French author, nurse and convert from Protestantism in 1965. Her dramatized memoirs, entitled AA-1025: Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration Into the Church, were originally published in 1972 as ES-1025 by Editions Segieb, France. The English edition was printed in 1973 by Editions St. Raphael, and later republished by TAN in 1991. The work is comprised of various biographical notes that the author obtained from a Communist who entered the seminary with the intent of subverting the Church. Marie Carre died in 1984 at Marseilles, France.