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  • Title: The Visionary: Welcome to the Fold
  • Author: Reno MacLeod Jaye Valentine
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Visionary Welcome to the FoldFather Marcus Ignatius Leeds, a Jesuit priest, has no idea what he s really getting into when he arrives in Boston, Massachusetts As a Vatican City investigator for the Congregation of the Causes of Saints, his job is to authenticate or disprove reported supernatural events, everything from bleeding statues to heavenly visions Over and oThe Visionary Welcome to the FoldFather Marcus Ignatius Leeds, a Jesuit priest, has no idea what he s really getting into when he arrives in Boston, Massachusetts As a Vatican City investigator for the Congregation of the Causes of Saints, his job is to authenticate or disprove reported supernatural events, everything from bleeding statues to heavenly visions Over and over again, he s been disappointed to find only hopefuls with vivid imaginations or hoaxers with too much idle time on their hands.While traveling the world doing God s work, Marcus hasn t had the time to develop close, personal relationships and as a result, he finds himself at silent odds with his monastic life Debunking so many cases constitutes an outstanding track record in the eyes of his superiors, but in the process Marcus has lost hope of ever witnessing a true miracle He s begun to question the value of his profession and the worth of his solemn vows.The report of a Boston teenager exhibiting the stigmata the holy wounds of Christ becomes Marcus s salvation What he finds in the wealthy Brookline neighborhood shakes the very foundation of his faith, igniting a series of events that will forever change the world and Marcus After years of disillusionment, he finally discovers a genuine miracle, which to his amazement brings him the love of his life Warning Discretion is advised for readers sensitive to religions themes.
    The Visionary Welcome to the Fold The Visionary Welcome to the FoldFather Marcus Ignatius Leeds a Jesuit priest has no idea what he s really getting into when he arrives in Boston Massachusetts As a Vatican City investigator for th

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    1. 4.25 starsAn incredible adventure with amazing visuals that smashed all of my preconceived religious notions Father Marcus Ignatius Leeds investigates supposed supernatural occurrences and so far every case he has investigated turned out to be a fraud His latest takes him to the USA to look into the strange situation of a young man, James Miller, who had been bleeding continuously for 21 days After hearing James s story about being visited by an angel who claimed that he would meet God soon, Mar [...]

    2. I am so glad the blurb didn t mention vampires If it had, I would not have read it, and that would have been a shame This is a great blend of Catholicism, faith and doubt, and steamy hot sex I loved the strengths and flaws of each character, and the way the vampires worked into the story was fascinating I ll definitely be buying book 2.

    3. If I d read the warning that came with the books blurb,Warning Discretion advised for readers sensitive to religious themes, I m not sure I would have read this book And that would have been a shame What drew me to the book was its cover I like vampire stories and seeing a priest with bite marks on his neck just sucked me in no pun intended However, if I may issue my own warning, I would caution those who are looking for a good vampire story to reconsider this book While it does deal with vampir [...]

    4. I really enjoyed reading this story Reno Jaye are one of my favorite writing duos and once again they delivered a well written and very interesting story The religious theme may not work for everyone in fact I was a bit hesitant myself but within a few pages I was hooked I don t know if there s a sequel planned but I certainly hope so.

    5. This is an intriguing narrative, distinct enough from the stories I have read that featured vampires, angels, demons, and the Catholic Church hierarchy and traditions.

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