The Official Charles Murr Website
Author, Philosopher, Theologian, Psychologist
Murder in the 33rd Degree
The Gagnon Investigation into Vatican Freemasonry
"Fr. Murr does not peddle conspiracy theories; he tells the riveting story as he lived through it and recorded it in his notes and diaries—what he saw and heard, what his friends learned and suffered. Most of all, we discover how a divinely-given opportunity for serious reform was tragically refused. Murder in the Thirty-Third Degree is the most impressive eyewitness account of postconciliar Vatican politics to appear in decades."
—DR. PETER A. KWASNIEWSKI: PROFESSOR, COMPOSER, AUTHOR, THE EXTASY OF LOVE IN THOMAS AQUINAS
About Charles Murr
Charles Theodore Murr (1950) was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He holds two Licentiates from the Gregorian University (philosophical anthropology, and sacred theology), and a Master’s Degree in psychology from NYU.
Books by Father Murr: Murder in the 33rd Degree: The Gagnon Investigation into Vatican Freemasonry, The Godmother: Madre Pascalina, A Feminine Tour de Force; Memories of an Unwed Father; The Syrian: Hilarion Capucci and the Priceless Ransom; Perhaps Love: Dyadic Interpersonalism and The Society of Judas (being edited at the moment). Some of his works have been translated in to Spanish, Italian and Arabic.
From Cucamonga to the Lesser Antilles, tens of people consider Murr a foremost authority on misanthropic American philosopher, William Claude Dukenfield (1880-1946).