Since the earliest days of the Church, there has been no date more crucial to universal Christendom than the year 1917. Over a hundred years later, we are still living the horror of the aftermath of the Communist rebellion; and, on the other hand, we are still living under the hope, yet to be fulfilled, of Our Lady of Fatima’s promises.
1917: Red Banners, White Mantle introduces the two principal world events of that year – one heavenly, one diabolical. On the one side we see the unholy - Rasputin and Lenin of Russia; on the other we see the marshaling of the holy, under Mary, the Blessed Mother.
The enlisting of her troops began with three shepherd children of Portugal. The Communist scourge, in all its historical force and brutality, is vividly related against the backdrop of the healing remedy – the old serpent spitting against the heel of the Woman about to crush his head. Few readers will put this book down before the story reaches its conclusion.
Author: Warren Carroll
Now printed with new cover image.
137 pages, softcover.