In what surely must be one of the most courageous sermons of 2018, this diocesan priest takes the gloves off and asks: "What's it going to be? The constant teaching established by Scripture, doctors and fathers of the Church, sainted popes and God Himself? Or that which rests on the whim of Pope Francis, who seems to think the Catholic Churchâ€™s binding teaching is whatever his opinion happens to be." God help us, what is this man thinking, that in the middle of the most outrageous clerical sex scandal to date he decides itâ€™s time to go after capital punishment.
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Michael J. Matt in London discusses family, life issues, Catholic history, martyrdom and surviving the coming New World Order.
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!
Did Pope Francis get the Church's teaching on Confession wrong? Sunday Sermons from South St. Paul tackles the question. Plus, did the Risen Christ appear to Mary first? Why did He not admonish the Apostles in the Upper Room for abandoning Him on Calvary? What can we learn about Doubting Thomas, mercy and the establishment of Sacred Tradition?
SUNDAY SERMONS OF SOUTH SAINT PAUL. First Father makes it clear--"We will not be changing the words of the Our Father...not here, not in this parish." Then he offers a beautiful reflection on Lent and Christ's forty days in the desert and the efforts of Satan to tempt Christ as he tempted Adam. Did Satan realize that Christ was God?
St. Matthias - Catholic Saints and Holy Days. The life and death of the great St. Matthias. From the Remnant Television Added to page: March 7, 2018
Michael Matt takes a hard look at the George Soros-backed Women's March in D.C., New York, London, Rome and all around the world--and asks the question: What are they really protesting and what does it mean for our country and for all of us? What happens if Trump loses in 2020? And what's with the little reddish hats? Do these not harken back to "les bonnet rouges"--the red "liberty hats" worn by the terrorists who beheaded Catholic France back in 1789? What's the connection? Why do these women hate us President Trump? Why do they hate pro-lifers? Plus, what does their rabid defense of partial-birth abortion reveal about the end of our civilization? Please Support The Remnant Underground: http://www.theremnantunderground.org
Sunday Sermons of South St. Paul. Father tackles the question of the Vatican's rediscovered "seamless garment"-- calling it a 'filthy rag that needs to be burned' And then he moves on to President Trump, hailing him -- from the PULPIT, mind you -- as the 'most pro-life president in 45 years. Given the volatile political climate at present, we really wonder how many other priests in America would have the courage to give this sermon. Many, we hope and pray.