Book Review: Infiltration

I have carefully read Taylor’s book. Taylor on subsequent interviews acknowledges his book is meant to be a starting point for investigation not an in-depth analysis for all points. Who will further the analysis? Those financially tied to Church establishments impacted by negative findings? This is not 2002. Additionally, ideas have consequences. Bad ideas have disastrous outcomes. The time for fence straddling has ended.

“One must remember, too, that the stated aims of the Freemasons and communists were to infiltrate not with persons, but with ideas.

What Marshall’s work does admirably is fit a complex history into 246 pages without an excess of difficult scholasticism nor a lack of substantial evidence. In this way, every Catholic does the Church a service by reading this book and engaging with its methods: truth and charity.”