The Devil Hates Latin

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Publisher: REGINA Magazine LLC
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Pages: 326

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An African is elected Pope as the Barque of Peter encounters heavy seas. Everywhere, the Faith and the West are in decline. Ominously, occult practices have corrupted the elites, the media and powerful men in the Church. The new pontiff faces this unprecedented challenge alone, until an embattled American Cardinal sends his best exorcist to Rome, a young Dominican priest with hard experience combating  the Devil -- in Latin -- on America's mean streets. Meanwhile, a US media mogul, an indifferent Catholic targeted for his politics, flees America with his family for the Eternal City. There, they find a despondent society where Italians no longer marry and have children. Indeed, all hope seems lost until a beautiful Roman girl takes a brave stance against the rising tide of despair. Gritty, fascinating and impossible to forget, 'The Devil Hates Latin' sweeps from New England to the Tiber, and ultimately to a Renaissance palazzo nestled in the green hills of Umbria, building to a shattering confrontation as Good summons the courage to face the menace of the gathering forces of Evil.

Sexuality: Mild Violence & Gore: Moderate Profanity: Moderate Profanity is used in ordinary conversation. Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking: Mild NOTE: This guide may be incomplete.

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The Devil Hates Latin

I bought this for my wife for Christmas and she couldn’t put it down until she finished. I’ll read it when I’m done with my other awesome books from Tumblar House!

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I decided to buy this book as a result of Regina Magazine's incessant pushing of this book on social media. I love Regina Magazine and since I also love all things traditional Catholic, including the Latin Mass, how bad could it be? I have been on several panels where we read unpublished books and give the author suggestions of edits or where clarification is needed. These groups are a tremendous resource and I think this book could have used it before publishing. For one, I was extremely put off by the cursing. There is actual cursing in the book. My suggestion would have been to allude to it because I don't like to read cursing in a book. I also don't like my teenage daughter, who is an avid reader, to read cursing. Other things like the last name of the Brazilian bishop being "Pilar". That is a minor issue that is mostly picked up by Brazilians. Overall, the story was very good, but because of the cursing (most Latin Mass attendees would not like that) I cannot recommend the book. If they put the book through one revision that cleaned it up and changed the Bishop's name to something like "DaSilva or Pereira" then I would totally recommend it.