Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, celebrates Traditional Latin Mass for nearly 20,000 people in the most famous cathedral in Europe.
Tired of apologizing for being Catholic? Sick of every other religion in the world being praised while yours is condemned?
Weary of hearing about the rights of man, with no thought given to the rights of God and His Church?
Done with CINOs (Catholics In Name Only)? Here's the answer. On Pentecost weekend in France, nearly 20,000 Catholics from all over the world--of every race and color, men and women, old and young--came together to worship God, to honor Our Lady and to send a message to the world: the anti-Catholic revolution has failed!
We're back, we're here to stay and we're not apologizing for being proud Catholic soldiers of Jesus Christ. The Catholic counterrevolution is in full swing, and it's a youth movement. All for the greater honor and glory of Almighty God. Viva Cristo Rey! Vive le Christ Roi! Long live Christ the King! (For full coverage of The Remnant's 27th Pilgrimage to Chartres, click HERE)