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Michael J. Matt The Pilgrim Reports: Exchanges with pilgrims from this year’s Pilgrimage to Chartres. Remnant readers sponsored 10 young Americans this year. Read their reviews and see why that was money well spent indeed.



Vincent Chiarello On Assignment in Rome: The Vatican’s recent Bible exhibit offers tangible proof that everything we believe as Catholics was in the book 2000 years ago.



Robert Siscoe In a Papal “Diarchy” Which Half Is Infallible? What to do with two popes? Which one is infallible? Which one isn’t? What is going on!



Lives of the Saints On the Anniversary of the Death of the Greatest Pope of the 20th Century



Peter Wilders The Darwinist Takeover of the Catholic Religion



Adrian Calderone Philosophy for the Autodidact



Timothy J. Cullen First, Last and Always (On the Exile of Christ the King from the Modern World)



Chris Jackson How Catholic Resistance Saved the Church (and how it can do it again)



Kenneth Weinig A Useful Jewish Squelch


Connie Bagnoli
Preconciliar Catholic Heroes: Father Vincent R. Capodanno

Naval/Marine Chaplain (1929-1967)



Fratres in Unum More Evidence of the “Growing Vitality” of the Catholic Church in South America

Committee of the Archdiocese of São Paulo defends "gay pride"



Father Celatus The Last Word: When Black Becomes White…According to Bishop of Rome Francis­­­



The Remnant Speaks The Pilgrim Reports


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The urgent need of a saintly and courageous Pope to govern and guide the Church in the early years of the ill-fated 20th century is evident from the description of the sad condition of the times that was given by Pope St. Pius X himself in his first Encyclical, E supreme apostolatus Cathedra, in which he wrote that on ascending the Chair of Peter (1903) he was “terrified beyond all else by the disastrous state of human society today.” “Who can fail to see,” he asked, “that at the present time society is suffering more than in any past age from a terrible and radical malady which, while developing every day and gnawing into its very being, is dragging it to destruction. You understand, Venerable Brethren, that this disease is apostasy from God.”

“Truly,” he concluded, “nothing is more allied with ruin, according to the saying of the Prophet (King David): For, behold, they that go away from Thee shall perish (Ps. 72.27).”