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  • Title: The Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the Betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Author: Malachi Martin
  • ISBN: 9780671657161
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback

  • In The Jesuits, Malachi Martin reveals for the first time the harrowing behind the scenes story of the new worldwide Society of Jesus The leaders and the dupes the blood and the pathos the politics, the betrayals and the humiliations the unheard of alliances and compromises The Jesuits tells a true story of today that is already changing the face of all our tomorrowIn The Jesuits, Malachi Martin reveals for the first time the harrowing behind the scenes story of the new worldwide Society of Jesus The leaders and the dupes the blood and the pathos the politics, the betrayals and the humiliations the unheard of alliances and compromises The Jesuits tells a true story of today that is already changing the face of all our tomorrows.
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    Commentaires:

    Eric_W
    Politics is often more than the "art of compromise" that Plato called it. It represents the struggle for domination of ideas and power. Any organization that deals with wealth or ideas will inherently be subject to competing forces in the drive for control. The Catholic Church is no exception, and Malachi Martin has written a riveting history of the "war" between the Papacy and the Society of Jesus, known to the rest of the world as the Jesuits. The effects of the battles have been profound and [...]

    Cyril
    It lays out the systematic denaturing of one of the most influential organizations in modern history, and its transformation over a few decades into something its founder would have never recognized.

    Rhonda
    Fascinating account of how liberalism arose in the Jesuit branch of Catholic church and how it spread to North America. It is amazing how so many years can pass and suddenly a generation believes that wholesale change in a very humanistic direction is for God's benefit. Each time I read one of Martin's books, I come away amazed. his novels seem ti have more fundamental truth in them that most non fiction books these days.

    Charles Maranto
    As a graduate of a Jesuit high school, I've always been intrigued by the Jesuits and their history. This book gets into a lot of politics and history. I thought it was fascinating. This book does a hatch-it job on Liberation theology - a political theology that focuses on liberation from unjust economic, political and social conditions.

    Chuck Van Buren
    This book is full of information about both the Jesuits and Vatican II. There are probably better places to learn about both, but if you have an open mind, it presents an extreme perspective that I thought was honest to the author's convictions. I know Martin is a bit controversial, but the book is well written and honestly says some beautiful things at times. You'll see the man's faith written out written on the page at times. If anyone is so partial to the Jesuits or the Catholic hierarchy tha [...]

    Shawn
    I was attracted to read this book by the recent election of Pope Francis, being the first Jesuit Pope. Little did I realize what I was getting into, as this book is nothing less than an open castigation of Jesuitism and the Catholic Church by author Malachi Martin. Because Martin himself was a former Jesuit, and devout Catholic, this book provides a unique cross section perspective into the history of the Catholic Church and the emergence of South American Liberation Theology. It has been a good [...]

    José
    Terrible book! Anyone with any sense should stay as far away from this book as possible. As a former Jesuit, the late Fr. Martin has a major axe to grind. He attacks the Jesuits for allegedly derailing Ignatius' mission in the aftermath of Vatican II. Martin represents the wing of the Church that detests the Jesuits' new focus on social justice. Martin is so rabidly opposed to this trend that he spends 1/3 of this very repetitive text lashing out against Liberation Theology and another 1/3 going [...]

    Dolores Despiau
    Learned about St. Ignatius of Loyola, the society he started as a founding father of the Jesuits. The History Of the Jesuits and it's significance in the development of our society today.

    Bookman8
    While dated (1987), this is an interesting read for anyone now, or formerly, a Catholic. If you were educated in a Jesuit school or college, you should read this. If you went to a Jesuit college in the late sixties, early seventies, you must read this.Martin begins with the history of the Jesuits and their interactions with the papacy. When we get to the sixties, Vatican II, liberal theology, and Father Arrupe SJ,(a fascinating story in itself), it is obvious that Martin believes the Jesuits jum [...]

    Mari
    This book was my formal introduction to the Jesuits. I had heard of the SJs but I knew little about the order and their relationship with the vatican specifically the pope. Malachi did an admirable job of providing a history of the order as context, its original charter, and the evolution of the same that led to the riff between the order and the holy see. And while it is obvious that Malachi does not agree with course chosen by the Jesuits he offers balance in his criticisms of the popes' appro [...]

    Michael Tien
    Fascinating account, interesting insights to politics and a period of church history.

    Robert
    Excellent book. I suffered 12 years of my youth at a Jesuit "concentration camp" College. Malachi Martin told how evil this mob is and how much they control the Roman Catholic Church.

    Eduardo
    The other face of catholicism.

    Ben B
    A remarkable insight into the history and intrigues of the society. Eye-opening.

    Fawls13
    Interesting, informative and insightful.

    Roger Buck
    This is a book about war – outright warfare – in the Church.Like most of the late Father Malachi Martin’s works, it is about the war in the Church between conservatives and progressives, so-called. And like most of Father Martin’s works, it is about war not simply in this world – but the world beyond this world, as well.Because, although tremendously learned and scholarly, Malachi Martin does not succumb to the temptations of modern academia: he does not shy away from speaking about ei [...]

    Scot León Pfuntner
    This book was very well written and provides invaluable insight into how the Society of Jesus broke their vows to the papacy to become a rogue secret society. I believe the Jesuits are now infiltrating every other secret society in order to promote the New World Order as their complete and perfected "evolution" of mankind. They are deceived by the ultimate deceiver and have in these last days taken over the papacy they were sworn to protect. That's like the bank guards deciding one day to kick o [...]

    Trish Remley
    This was quite an eye opener. Didn't know this history at all. Actually I knew the early history of St Ignatius and founding of the Jesuits (1500's), but not from say the 1950's on. Wow, marxism, Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, war, ignoring two Popes. At the same time - so educated, so inventive, working for the people. This story only goes up to 1984 or so and the beginning of John Paul II. Need to find out what has happened since. This book was so full of information and I really had to pay attenti [...]

    Scott Cox
    Malachi Martin's book on the Roman Catholic Jesuit order is fascinating, captivating, as well as informative. Martin vividly portrays the political and religious intrigue of the Vatican and clearly shows how these struggles led to the formation of the Jesuit religious order, and how the order has evolved to this day. Highly recommended!

    Victoria Amator
    Exposing the secrets of a society is difficult when danger abounds. Malachi Martin was a member of this society who knew the danger in writing this book. His courage makes him a real soldier in the Battle between the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness by shining a light for the world to see the truth.

    Sara J. (kefuwa)
    "Recognise the signs of your times." Hmm. Totally fired up reading this but it sort of petered out for me around 3/4ths through the book. Anyhow - there is nothing harmless about a "little" compromise especially in terms of absolutes.

    DG
    WHAT A WORTHLESS BOOK!! more like an op-ed piece than history of the jesuits. it was blatantly obvious that this writer is a papist writing for the papacy. if you want to read a book of jesuit history, keep looking because this ISN'T IT!! too contemporary and grossly biased.

    Christine
    This book could have been so much better. Martin is an excellent storyteller. Too bad he's so bitter and has such an obvious axe to grind. Definitely not an even handed account.

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