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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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Father Ducaud-Bourget (center), accompanied by a thousand traditionalists, occupied the Church of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet in Paris back in 1977... and never left.

REMNANT EDITOR’S NOTE: Each year before the beginning of the Chartres Pilgrimage (which kicks off in Notre-Dame-de-Paris, just around the corner from Saint Nicholas), we make a point to lead our pilgrims to this beautiful old Church, which now has a much-venerated bust of the late, great Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre at the rear. We pray that the spirit of the Archbishop and the saintly Monsignor Ducaud-Bourget will never be forgotten, and that the story of their courageous stand for the Old Faith will be told and retold to our children for many generations to come—at least until this Modernist nightmare is no more. MJM

A single tap of a priest’s knuckle upon the blackened mahogany arm of a choir chair signals the morning’s recitation of the Divine Office. The Roman-collared men gather in the sanctuary of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet de Paris and raise the breviaries they hold in their hands and flip through the thin pages until each finds the day’s prayers.

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Monday, September 18, 2017

New from RTV...

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Season 5 of The Remnant Underground kicks off with Michael Matt explaining why Christians going back to the catacombs here in 2017 is an idea with a 2000-year-old precedent. 

By the way, what is a "Traditional" Catholic?  

Plus, Bishop Robert Barron reviews Martin Scorsese's film, Silence, endorsed by Pope Francis and premiered at the Vatican. What Bishop Barron has to say about it is truly astonishing.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Green Francis“When leaders in various fields ask me for advice, my response is always the same: dialogue, dialogue, dialogue. ~Pope Francis, in Brazil 

The Pope of Dialogue has thus far slammed the bronze doors of St. Peter’s on any dialogue on the issue of global warming. (Many Catholics argue that everything else is up for dialogue with this Pope, though).

Despite his incessant rantings about the need to dialogue, climate change is off limits. In the words of his global warming maestro, Bishop Sanchez Sorondo, climate change is elevated to “magisterium,” deserving of an apostolic exhortation and papal endorsement of the globalists’ precious Paris Climate Treaty. Francis joined the globalist cop-out chorus of the “science is settled.” His global warming architect, Bishop Sorondo scolds the global warming doubters “saying that we need to rely on coal and oil is like saying that the earth is not round. It is an absurdity dictated by the need to make money.” Sorondo also repeats the lame classic globalist slam that the deniers are funded by the oil industry. 

Wake up, there is simply no dialogue with this Vatican on any issue, not endorsed by the United Nations’ globalists and its bureaucrats.

--The Capozzi Cover-up: A Massive Vatican Scandal

--Catholics Rising: A Major Event Coming Soon

--Francis Expands the Fake Magisterium

--Luther's Revenge: Modern Catholicism

--David Sues Goliath: Christian Group Stands Up to SPLC

--Father Capodanno: Ultimate Missionary of Mercy

--Welcome to the Twilight Zone

 

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