Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Catholic Church from Within with Dr. Taylor Marshall

June 4, 2019

For centuries, the Catholic Church was the last bulwark standing against the tidal wave of secularism, atheism, and moral decay that was sweeping the world. As converts like G.K. Chesterton gave witness, the Catholic faith was a fighting faith—fighting against the destructive ideas and moral rot plaguing society.

Yet, something happened. The Church suddenly faced her own internal revolution, and all but stopped fighting. While Church teaching can’t change, many within the Church seemed all too willing to ignore this fact in an attempt to make peace with secular humanism. Moral teachings were soft-pedaled, the liturgy was modified to accomodate the needs of modern man, and key Catholic doctrines were ignored or denied. The results were disastrous. Seminaries emptied, religious orders collapsed, baptisms, confirmations, and marriages plummeted, and moral filth invaded elements of the priesthood.

What happened? What caused this terrible crisis?

In this video, Sam and Dr. Taylor Marshall discuss Dr. Marshall’s new book, Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Catholic Church from Within. In his book, Dr. Marshall makes the case that the deep problems the Church is facing are far from random, but are the fruits of a coordinate plot to infiltrate and destroy the Catholic Church.

In the video, they discuss:

  • Who is behind the plot to destroy the Church
  • Why the enemies of the Church changed their strategy and when it happened
  • Isn’t this just tin-foil hat conspiracies? Why or why not?
  • What average Catholics can do in the face of this rather bleak news
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Reader Interactions


  1. Anthony says

    Thanks for having Taylor on with a bit of light-hearted banter. I’ve respected your work for a long time, but I also am grateful for your courage to step into the fray where a wide range of Catholics are very upset by this book. I have read the majority of the book and find some of the content a bit “imprudent” if we were talking about rumors and probabilities of men and women we knew had produced good fruits in the Church. However, when there is smoke, or something smells fishy, as much as you may not want to entertain loosely held possibilities, you must weigh all the options.
    This is what I think Taylor is doing, with a dash of his full-forced language and direct speaking.

  2. Pat_H says

    I haven’t viewed this yet, but Catholics need to be extremely careful in regard to this point of view. This isn’t the first time that members of the Clergy have failed the Church by becoming products of their own age, nor is it the first time that the laity has held views deeply antithetical to the teachings of the Church. We’re promised that the Church shall endure the ages to the end.

    Merely because the Church at any one point, or perhaps more accurately significant members of the Church, seem to be failing doesn’t mean that they’ve fallen prey to some hideous planned plot. Indeed, simply succumbing to the age and its folly’s is much more likely and frankly much more dangerous as we’re all very much prone to that. Conspiracy theories of all types tend to comfort the reader as much as alarm the reader, as we know that we’re not part of a plot and therefore can’t fall victim to it ourselves. The more likely truth, that our times and its temptations are what causes us problems, is a more difficult truth and a more alarming one, as we are subject to that.


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