Glazov Gang: The KGB’s Infiltration of the Catholic Church

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This new Glazov Gang features Dr. Paul Kengor, a Professor of Political Science at Grove City College and author of The Devil and Karl Marx. He is the co-author (with Mary Nicholas) of the new book, The Devil and Bella Dodd: One Woman’s Struggle Against Communism and Her Redemption. Visit him at

Dr. Kengor discusses The KGB’s Infiltration of the Catholic Church, telling the incredible and fascinating story of The Devil and Bella Dodd. 

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6 thoughts on “Glazov Gang: The KGB’s Infiltration of the Catholic Church”

  1. I once knew someone from Communist East Germany. She regarded America as an evil country. After Lockerbie, the US bombed near Ghaddafi’s palace, and reportedly some women and children died. My friend took potshots at America for that. She asked why Americans think they can stop terrorism by killing women and children. Another time after the unification, someone in former East Germany pointed out how Obama bombed with drones and killed civilians. So, in short, America is the bad country for East Germans. Probably that is how many people across the world view America, Christian or not. They have their evidence and do not listen to any other views.

    1. The only thing that makes America different is the U S Constitution and the faith in a God that wants liberty. The government has been controlled by Marxist since WWII at least.

  2. Hi Jamie

    Thank you for the very interesting interview of Professor Kengor.

    I would like to encourage you to interview Brother Alexis Bugnolo from

    He is an American-Italian Franciscan Friar living in Rome. He is an anthropologist, an expert in Canon law and latin. He posits that Pope Benedict XVI did not renounce the munus in his 2013 declaration in latin and so he remained the Pope until he died on December 31st, 2022.

    Given how open minded you are I think you would have a great interview.

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