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White Smoke, Black Fire!

Part I - The Unleashing
Episode One - The mysterious black figure strikes
Episode Two - Planting the explosives
Episode Three - Halloween hauntings
Episode Four - Background on main characters at The Crooked Spigot
Episode Five - The Bewitching Hour
Episode Six - Background on the global document One Eucharist
Episode Seven - Operatives prepare as the great procession begans on the Field of Abraham in Iraq
Episode One - Fruits of ecumenism: The ill-timing and terrible twist of "Amazing Grace"
Episode Two - Armageddon arrives in all its fatal fury on the Field of Abraham.
Episode Three - Two cardinals plot within the Vatican as Pat finds himself heading east into the beast's jaws
Episode Four - The world awakes to the horror as the press gather at Paul VI Hall in the Vatican to hear the inevitable.
Episode Five - Vatican head of Communications seeks to stop heretical decree released to the press by Cardinal Macelli
Episode Six - Pat jets toward the Field of Death as his editor is left to explain to publisher Edwin Blix
Episode Seven - Late morning in Dallas and Corrie tries desperately to get Vic Van Wess to tell her where Pat is.    THIRD CHAPTER
Episode One - In a dungeon corridor just off the Papal Palace a loyal Swiss Guard comes to an astounding discovery.

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