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August 31, 2017

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AUGUST 31, 2017 Print/E-edition of The Remnant     

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Michael J. Matt
A Profile in Fake News: Remnant Slandered by Mainstream Media in Wake of Charlottesville

“Southern Poverty Law Center has been criticized in the past for having too broad a definition of hate.” (WCCO TV reporter, Heather Brown, August 14, 2017) So there’s your 2017 Understatement of the Year. But then why did WCCO TV rely on an obvious Fake News source to concoct a nothing-burger story like this? Let us consider this textbook example of Fake News.  To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Elizabeth Yore
Welcome to the Twilight Zone

“Don't look for hate in the Twilight Zone - look for it in a mirror. Look for it before the light goes out altogether.” ~ Rod Serling.  Hissy fits are so unattractive, especially in men. Why haven’t they wised up at the Papal Court of Bergoglio? They surely must know that gossiping and trash talking resembles....What did Pope Francis call it? Oh, yeah, Coprophagia. (Warning: Don’t google the definition during mealtime.) That’s all you need to know about Pope Francis and his pornographic vocabulary. What manner of man, albeit the Vicar of Christ, utters such a vile and perverse obscenity? READ THIS ARTICLE RIGHT NOW ONLINE

Theresa Marie Moreau
Forty Years Later: Remembering the Takeover of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet in Paris
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In Paris at that time, there was one old priest who clung to the Tridentine Mass of Pope Saint Pius V (1504-72), codified on July 14, 1570, following the Council of Trent (1545-63).

The old religious Frenchman refused to go along with the progressives, the priests who experimented with innovations tossed into the Novus Ordo Missae (the New Order of the Mass). 

That man was Monsignor François Ducaud-Bourget (1897-1984). To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE


Clare Wilson

Walking with Black Robes (Sacred Heart Mission Pilgrimage, 2017)

Friday, July 28, 5:45 AM: a hundred and fifty pilgrims attend Mass at Immaculate Conception Priory, the SSPX chapel in Post Falls, Idaho, before walking twenty-two miles on asphalt bike paths and abandoned railroad lines through the local towns. To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Vincent Chiarello
Evelyn Waugh, A Life Revisited

The reader cannot help but consider that Waugh’s death came about with some Divine intervention: on April 10, 1966, after attending morning Mass, Waugh suffered a major heart attack and died in his home in Combe Florey, Somerset, England. To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Jesse Russell, Ph.D.
Charlottesville: The Tragedy of Post-Christian America
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While the day should have prompted an honest soul searching for a country that fought a bitter war against German National Socialism and waged a prolonged Cold War against Soviet communism, the left wing press quickly began to frame the narrative to their advantage. To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE


James Mills
A Remnant Series in Defense of Marriage... How Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. Raphael, and a Necktie Brought Me My One, True Love

I never heard that voice again, but I had the distinct sensation, coming as it were from that spiritual plane, yet full of infinite patience and kindness – “You brat! All these years you’ve been praying and asking for MY help and now, just because it doesn’t fit into your plans, you’re going to walk away from the answer to all of your prayers?” I like to think that St. Raphael must have smiled and said to himself, “Just you wait. I know how to handle you!”, for I really do believe, it was his...To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Father Ladis J. Cizik
FATIMA and Tradition... The Consecration of Russia Was NOT Done: Fatima and Pope Pius XI, Part I

The “great sign” predicting World War II happened during Pius XI’s watch on the night of January 25-26, 1938. Soon thereafter, on March 12, 1938, World War II unofficially began with the German invasion of Austria. Of this great sign Our Lady of Fatima warned on July 13, 1917 that... To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Dr. Boyd D. Cathey
"Dunkirk" and What It Says About Our Christian Civilization

dunkirkUsually every Thursday I join a group of men I used to work with for lunch. Included in that group are a retired Army colonel, a couple of museum specialists, three PhDs, and a former high-level political figure—all of us retired. The other Thursday, after lunch, we went together to an early screening of the film, “Dunkirk.” We had done the same thing a year ago when we went to see “Hacksaw Ridge,” a fine film based on a real event that occurred in the Pacific Theater during World War II.  In many ways “Dunkirk” is the most non-PC film I’ve seen in years and here's why...To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Christopher A. Ferrara
The Leftwing Thought Police Department Gets Nasty

If the Left wins the next election, we might well see the outright criminalization of Unapproved Opinion in the mode of Canada and the EU, and the digital purge may become a purge that ends in a jail cell...To Read The Full Story  SUBSCRIBE

Father Celatus
The Last Word...Sure Could Use a Little Fake News Today

In the course of a single week this past month, two reports about two high profile figures appeared on the internet, one of which was determined to be fake news and the other has some probability of truth. One report regarded Jorge Bergoglio and the other Hillary Clinton. Regarding Jorge Bergoglio, some internet sites were reporting and repeating the claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin had said Pope Francis is using his platform to push a dangerous far-left political ideology.  With regard to Hillary Clinton, some internet sites were reporting that the twice failed candidate for the office of the Presidency of the United States has a longstanding desire to become a Methodist minister.  So which of the two reports is fake news? To Read The Full Story SUBSCRIBE

Catholic Identity Conference News

The CIC 2017 picks up yet another speaker--this from the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest.  So, for the first time in history a conference will feature two Catholic bishops, a handful of laymen, and at least ten priests-- diocesan, SSPX, FSSP, the ICK. This is not about phony compromise. This is about recognizing an all-out assault on Holy Mother Church and faithful Catholics trying to unite in her defense. Register Online Right HERE

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“Theistic Evolution - One Way Ticket Out of the Church
Letter to The Catholic Spirit After their Publication of the August 17 Article: “Catholic Leaders, Groups Urge All Americans to Confront ‘Sin of Racism’
Feedback on Remnant TV’s “Climbing Catholic Mountains”
On the “Sign of Peace”
Father Peter Milward, RIP
God Bless Texas, But Where is the TLM?
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