Headline News Around the World
- The Gnostic Background of Kardinal Kasper Posted on: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
- Cardinal Burke's Gift to Our Lady Posted on: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
- Trump Overturns Obama Protection for Planned Parenthood Posted on: Monday, April 17, 2017
- Preview Remnant Print Edition (Easter & John Vennari Remembered) Posted on: Friday, April 14, 2017
The Remnant Forum's Michael Matt and Christopher Ferrara break down Pope Francis's trip to Lund, Sweden, to celebrate Martin Luther's revolt against Christ's Church. (You just can’t make this Orwellian stuff up anymore.)
Plus with one week to D-Day, the boys have some last-minute advice for the "undecideds".
Nice Pantsuit, Hillary! (She's with Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards whose daughter, by the way, is a high operative in Clinton's presidential campaign.)
Desperate times demand desperate measures, which is why Father throws caution to the wind and argues that Catholics can never in good conscience vote for Hillary Clinton. In one of the most courageous sermons preached in years, Father lays it all on the line and helps Catholics understand exactly what Church teaching allows and forbids when it come to next week's election
Brace for Impact!
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Never in the history of the Church has there been a Pope who habitually indulges in remarks off the top of his head on the weightiest matters of faith and morals, telling us what he thinks as opposed to merely affirming what the Church teaches infallibly. Consequently, never has there been a Pope who, as this series documents, is literally a font of error. Give Francis a microphone and an opportunity to speak off-the-cuff, especially in the exercise of his justly parodied “Airplane Magisterium,” and he will almost invariably say something that undermines the authentic Magisterium.