Stalin’s Priests

by Erik Brandin & Rita Brandin



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/9/2018

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Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 250
ISBN : 9781532037467
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 250
ISBN : 9781532037474
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 250
ISBN : 9781532037481

About the Book

In 1972 Pope Paul VI shockingly proclaimed, “Through some crack, the smoke of Satan has entered into the Temple of God.” The Catholic Church has been infiltrated with evil traitors hell bent on its destruction. And KGB agent Rolf Wozack is poised to thrust the final dagger! Stalin’s Priest takes the reader on a spellbinding, page turning, thrill ride with international mystery and intrigue. Russian Premier Joseph Stalin sets out to destroy the church to achieve his utopian communist state. He has priests murdered and destroys churches, but the church continues on in secret. Frustrated and desperate, Stalin hatches a sinister plan to destroy the church from within by sending KGB agents to the seminaries to become undercover priests. Rolf Wozack is one of Stalin’s best agents. Follow his journey from a nightmarish childhood in World War II Poland, where he was orphaned by the Nazi’s then rescued by the Russians, only to be brainwashed by his KGB handlers. Rolf rises quickly through the priesthood and eventually to the Vatican to carry out Stalin’s most important order. Murder! Twenty years earlier in 1917, in Fatima, Portugal, three young shepherd children claim to have been visited by the Virgin Mary. She shares visions of heaven and hell and tells them that Russia will spread evil throughout the world causing great wars and persecution of the church. All this foretold twenty years before Stalin would ever dream it up. Can her warning save the church and the world from Russia’s evil, or will Rolf sacrifice everything and carry out Stalin’s final order?

About the Author

Rita and Erik Brandin live in San Diego, California. They share a love for their Catholic faith. Erik grew up in the Catholic Church and was an alter boy. Rita converted to the faith when they were married more than twenty years ago. They have made pilgrimages to Fatima, Medjugorje, and Santiago de Compostela. This is their first novel, and they are currently working on the sequel to Stalin’s Priests.