Click here to read reviewer Br. Benet Exton's take on Gone to Hell.
Shaking the tree of religious faith, Gone to Hell collects true stories of not-so-pious Roman Catholic priests who have schemed, deceived and fleeced their congregations, all under the cloak of their Holy Order.
Stories of greed, living the high life with expensive cars, fine cigars, gourmet food and women—all at the expense of faithful followers and conducted through an array of white collar crimes from embezzlement and forgery to Ponzi schemes - are interesting in themselves, but the last story involving a priest killing a nun and then performing a black mass (Black Sabbath) in the chapel of a Catholic hospital is bound to send parishioners to prayer. Aside from the scope of these crimes, I found it interesting how the punishment was administered by the Catholic Church and the outcome of these cases.
Guaranteed to keep you turning the pages, Gone to Hell is another hidden chapter of Catholic religion. True stories written by a felonious ex-priest [Radic] makes this one a keeper.