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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Heretics now in audio

Bishop Thomas Cranberry finds himself at a loss when he is confronted by a thief and realizes some disturbing truths about himself. The experience sends him in search of the men who are increasingly absent from the Church, who find themselves at a loss in a world that has gone increasingly feral, and who feel that they have nowhere to go and no one to whom they can turn for support. In listening to them and attempting to understand their plight, he finds an unexpected mission.

The Heretics of St. Possenti is for listeners who want the backstory of the story and for those who want to know how one inspired man can make a difference in a fallen world. It is a novel for those who need inspiration to get them though the day and those who look for unusual ways to accomplish the mission. It is for people who understand and respect the old ways but know that sometimes a seed cannot grow without splitting the pavement.

Narrated by Wade Schoenemann The Heretics of St. Possenti is 12 hours and 2 minutes long.

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8 Comments:

Blogger Dire Badger June 20, 2018 6:19 AM  

This book is one of the greatest books I have ever read. It belongs among the classics.

Blogger The Kurgan June 20, 2018 7:03 AM  

I doubt I have agreed with much Dire Badger has ever written, here or at MOTW, and yet.... the mercy of God clearly shines through... because I also thought this was an excellent book.

If it can bridge that gap it’s fair to say that it’s an awesome book and most will enjoy it. If you haven’t got it yet, get it.

Blogger Mr. B.A.D. June 20, 2018 7:16 AM  

I just finished reading this myself. Very instructive. Maybe some day somebody will put something like this together in real life.

Blogger Duke Norfolk June 20, 2018 7:50 AM  

Another hurrah here for this book. It's a great demonstration of what men of the west need to become true men again. Very heartening and inspiring.

The one aspect that I will say wasn't my cup of tea is the slog through the Biblical interpretations, etc. early in the book. If you find yourself doubting whether you should continue at that point, just push through, skimming forward if necessary. You will be rewarded. Don't let it keep you from reading the rest. It's not representative of the balance of the book; at all.

That said, I do understand that many will find that fascinating and interesting. But I'm also sure that I'm not alone in my take on that part. To each his own. I'd hate to have anybody else stop reading at that point, as I was tempted to do.

Blogger Bobiojimbo June 20, 2018 9:13 AM  

Just recently finished reading it, and it's good. Definitely worth reading.

Blogger pdwalker June 20, 2018 10:25 AM  

I’m not particularly religious, but if this order existed, I’d have joined in a heart heart beat.

Blogger MendoScot June 20, 2018 6:14 PM  

I am thirsting for the next installment of the Stars Came Back.
This prequel was a shock, but one that lays the foundation for what comes.
Bring it on, Mr. Nelson.

Blogger weka June 21, 2018 1:08 AM  

This is the kind of book Castalia was made for. Wise, accurate, and unpublishable according to the gatekeepers. More please.

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