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This Week’s Featured Article… Helen M. Weir: Papal Politics: Playing the Nazi Card
Pope Francis has speculated openly that President Donald Trump may turn out to be the next Adolf Hitler. Note the characteristic way in which this Holy Father consistently tries to demonize others who might conceivably stand in the way of the accomplishment of his agenda. Since he has brought it up, let’s focus on this particular way—on Pope Francis playing the Nazi card.
Bishop Athanasius Schneider: An Urgent Appeal to Prayer
From Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Archbishops Lenga and Peta.
That Pope Francis may confirm the unchanging praxis of the Church with regard to the truth of the indissolubility of marriage.
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Anna Priore: How Great Thou Aren’t: The Curse of Bad Liturgical Music
Sing it for us, brother, because this is clearly NOT all about you!
Lost in the Fifties, Too, by Walter L. Matt: Is America Awakening?
Written by the founder of The Remnant, Walter L. Matt, on September 7, 1950, this article demonstrates in spades how the more things change the more they stay the same.
Timothy J. Cullen: The Legion of Indecency
Dear Lord, what has happened to America’s sense of decency where film and the arts are concerned? We have become like soulless pigs, with no thought for our souls or the souls of our children. With new “league of indecency” firmly in the saddle in Old Christendom, contemporary crusaders must unhorse it if there is to be any hope for our posterity.
We've come a long way, baby!
Catholic Heroes The Priest Who 'Gave His Life for His Friends' at Pearl Harbor
One of ten children, this “traditional Catholic” priest is the first military Chaplin killed in WWII, and the first Roman Catholic chaplain killed in action. Too bad he knew nothing about mercy and the Church of Accompaniment.
John Salza: Pope Francis Refuses to Answer the Dubia – What Happens Next?
As we now enter the centenary of the Fatima apparitions with Our Lady’s commands still unheeded, it is likely that the greatest confusion, division and suffering of the post-Vatican II Church, is still to come.
Vincent Chiarello: A Remnant Book Review… Wisdom and Innocence: The Life of Gilbert Keith Chesterton
By Joseph Pearce
Michael J. Matt:
Pioneer French Traditionalist, Arnaud de Lassus, RIP
(Godfather of the U.S. Chapter on the Chartres Pilgrimage)
The Remnant Team: A Vatican-Democratic Party Alliance?
(The Remnant Asks Trump Administration to Investigate)
Father Celatus: The Last Word… The Francis Fiction Sense of Scripture
The Remnant Speaks Letters to the Editor—
The Women’s March on Washington
Dale Ahlquist vs. GK Chesterton?
Did Jesus Give Holy Communion to Judas?
‘Schismatic’ Remnant brought me back to the Sacraments
The Pope’s Still Catholic, Right?
Young Catholics Seeking Pilgrimage Partners