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To: MJVO5342
"Bella Dodd, one time head of the Communist party in America, converted to Roman Catholicism in part due to the efforts of the famous American archbishop Fulton Sheen. She admitted after her conversion that Joseph Stalin saw the Catholic Church as Communism's greatest enemy, such that Dodd herself was personally charged with implementing the following Communist scheme: send atheists, Communists, or radicals into the Catholic seminaries, having them strive for high and influential positions such as bishoprics and seminary rector professorships, so as to undermine the Catholic Church from within. Does that sound like a conspiracy theory? It's a conspiracy, but it's not theoretical: Dodd personally sent 1,100 such men into the priesthood, confessing that by the time she left Communism, she knew of at least four cardinals (those who elect the pope) “working for the Communists.”

Plausable explanation for the priests-pedophile scandals. These guys were never Christians to begin with.

IIRC Ms. Dodd left Communism in the late 1940s. Essentially she was kicked out, as the group decided they just didn't like her anymore.

How did they kick her out? She was ostracized by the group when a rumor was started that she "did not like black people."

9 posted on 10/27/2012 4:05:24 PM PDT by oprahstheantichrist (The MSM is a demonic stronghold, PLEASE pray accordingly - 2 Corinthians 10:3-5)
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To: oprahstheantichrist
Her autobiography is fascinating, published in 1954:

School of Darkness by Bella V. Dodd, Ex-Communist

10 posted on 10/27/2012 4:13:00 PM PDT by oprahstheantichrist (The MSM is a demonic stronghold, PLEASE pray accordingly - 2 Corinthians 10:3-5)
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