Undercover Papist

Undercover Papist

Christian M. Frank / Jul 21, 2019

Undercover Papist Dispatched to Bible camp to rescue Allie Weaver from Protestantism Brian Burke tries to win his JP HS classmate back to the Catholic Church but he and Allie both have much to learn about God and fait

  • Title: Undercover Papist
  • Author: Christian M. Frank
  • ISBN: 9780982767757
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dispatched to Bible camp to rescue Allie Weaver from Protestantism, Brian Burke tries to win his JP2HS classmate back to the Catholic Church but he and Allie both have much to learn about God and faith.

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    About "Christian M. Frank"

      • Christian M. Frank

        What do you call a group of people who on the outside, are normal Catholics, but who have periodic crazy meetings late at night and sporadic email wars over plot points Well, you could call it a parish subcomittee, but that s also a good description of the John Paul 2 High Team.The Team first started meeting three years ago when Sophia Press accepted our proposal to create a series of fun teen novels geared specifically to Catholic teens Most of us grew up reading teen fiction, and we noticed how there were never any novels specifically for Catholic teens Sure, there was regular secular fiction, but lots of it could be pretty crass, and the main characters were fairly godless So some of us read Christian fiction, but sometimes that kind of fiction was too squeaky clean to be really like real life Plus, the main characters might love God, but they never seemed to deal with the issues that most Catholic teens had to deal with In short, there wasn t any fiction out there for people like us So, we decided to write some.And it s been a lot of work, but still a lot of fun Together we created the characters we hope you ll come to know and love, and we created the stories we hope will keep you riveted Right now we have fourteen books plotted out in the series, and some of us take turns writing them, under the name of Christian M Frank.Why do we take turns writing them So we can publish than one book a year Our goal is to publish three books a year Since it takes about a year to write a book, we needed to have than one person writing the books.And why use a pen name So it s easy to find the books in the library, on searches, and so on Imagine how confusing it would be if Book One was published under the name of Strikeman, Book Two under the name of O Shaughnensy, Book Three under the name of Suki Liam, etcAnd why Christian M Frank Because some of us are proud graduates of Franciscan University of Steubenville, and some of us are proud graduates of Christendom College So we thought we d give half the name to each alma mater And we put in an M for Mary, our Blessed Mother, to keep the peace between us.So we hope you like the books, stay tuned for , and if you think of it, say a prayer for us Thanks


    767 Comments

    1. Disclaimer - I wrote this Book. I am Christian Frank (at least for Books 1, 3 and 4 of the series). But I honestly think it's awesome, that's why I gave it 5 stars. Judge for yourself.


    2. Wow. This book was really good.There was this little blurb thing at the beginning of the book that pretty much let us know that the shooter is still alive and free. Thank you JP2 High authors for not disappointing me with an easy ending to that plot line.Allie didn't develop as much as she did in the last book, but (view spoiler)[she did come back to the Catholic Church. Yay! (hide spoiler)] She went through some more hard times, where she couldn't feel Jesus's love, she experienced a lot of sel [...]


    3. I liked Allie's growth from the shallow snotty girl who uses people we see in the first three books blossom into a remorseful (she's sorry for hurting people) and caring person! YES! That was the one thing that bothered me in the series, and it's over! :) :) :) :)This book was very interesting, from meeting more of Cross Bridge Church's members (Ginger, Simone, Tara, Keenan, and Frank Mahoney), to having lunch with Allie's dad (we get to see more of how his marriage failed with Mrs. Weaver faile [...]


    4. I absolutely loved all of the apologetics �, and how you get to know a lot of the characters better. I though the ending was slightly unrealistic, which is why I didn't give it 5 stars, but overall, it was an enjoyable read!



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