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We are truly devasted to learn of the passing of the great Bishop Robert C. Morlino at 9:15 in St. Mary's Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin (the Feast of St. John of the Cross).  He was 71 years old.

After having survived a cardiac “event” the day before Thanksgiving, His Excellency took a turn for the worse. In your charity, please storm Heaven for the repose of  the soul of this good and faithful bishop.

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At this point in the ever-worsening Bergoglian Debacle, Pope Bergoglio would appear to have no remaining staunch defenders in the neo-Catholic establishment, save a couple of unhinged, vituperative outliers with a penchant for obscene ranting, both of whom finally had to be shown the door by EWTN’s National Catholic Register.   This is a papacy only a nutter can continue to defend as soundly orthodox.

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Remnant TV's CATHOLIC SAINTS AND HOLY DAYS pays homage to the great saint and co-founder of the order of The Holy Trinity, Saint Felix of Valois

In many ways, St. Felix of Valois reminds us of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, a great man of God and servant of the Church who founded a new order of priests at the advanced age of 70. 

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Saint Felix of Valois

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As told by Moses in Chapter one of the book of Genesis, the account of the creation of the world is exciting, glorious, magnificent; a mystery to man, who cannot fathom the power and greatness of God; a comfort to all those who have believed throughout the ages. 

Consider this summary of the text and the gift of faith which allows Christians even today to recognize these verses as absolute truth:  In the beginning, God made heaven and earth.  The earth was void and empty, darkness was on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God moved over the waters.  From days one through six, all that has been created was formed by God, whom, being perfect, made His creation correctly according to His will, from the beginning.  Light was made and divided from darkness. 

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One of the more dangerous errors facing well-meaning Catholics today is extending infallibility beyond the limits taught by the Church.  While this error of excess may not have posed a problem for Catholics in the past, it certainly does today.  In fact, a brief perusal through the comments section of a Catholic blog shows that this error is one of the single greatest dangers for faithful Catholics today, due to the consequences that follow from it.  For in the current crisis of the Church and the Papacy, when confused and scandalized Catholics are searching for answers, an error of excess concerning the infallibility of the Pope (or of the Ordinary and Universal Magisterium), often serves as a false premise that “logically” leads to one of two erroneous conclusions:


usccbWherever he is, Cardinal Wuerl’s definitely applauding this Vatican mafia move.

US Bishops were told by the Vatican today to suspend taking any action to address the sexual abuse scandals that have been rocking the Church over the past year.

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the USCCB and archbishop of Galveston-Houston, Texas, announced at the Conference’s national annual meeting this morning that the United States bishops’ expected vote on a new code of conduct for bishops would be postponed for several months.

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LifeSite's Rome reporter, Diane Montagna, presents a detailed report (direct from the Eternal City) on what really happened at the Vatican Synod on Youth. Relying on personal interviews of Vatican accredited journalists as well as high-ranking prelates, Miss Montagna offers the most comprehensive behind-the-scenes coverage of the Synod to date. This, by the way, is a Sample Video taken from the Catholic Identity Conference 2018 Video On-Demand subscription service. There are 12 talks altogether, including that of Michael Matt, Roberto de Mattei (also from Rome), Father Pendergraft, Elizabeth Yore, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Chris Ferrara and many more. To watch them all, please subscribe HERE.

Saturday, November 10, 2018

SYNOD on YOUTH: A Rome Journalist Reports

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Traditional Catholicism can be loosely defined as the prayers, customs and spirituality which existed universally in the Latin Rite prior to the Second Vatican Council.  This term was not used at the time of the Council.  It came into use subsequently, as these prayers, customs and the accompanying spirituality were being removed from modern life in every civilization throughout the world while a vigilant remnant protected it, considering it as having every right to exist and worth protecting. 

To this date Traditional Catholicism has survived a prolonged period of unceasing effort to purge it, continuing to survive and even thrive as the spiritual life that millions of people throughout the world adhere to. Traditional Catholics are those Catholics who retain, practice, and protect the customs and traditions, and liturgical norms that existed throughout the world prior to 1965.  Demographic surveys of this group vary, but it is commonly understood to be about 1% of all Catholics, along with another 11% who “consider themselves traditional.”  [4]   

pope francis rome april 14 2017 640x480 getty 640x480The Fall of Francis?

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Editor’s Note: In a series of Remnant posts, Elizabeth Yore, an international child protection attorney who has investigated numerous clergy abuse cases, analyzes the Archbishop Viganò allegations of clerical abuse coverup in the Francis pontificate. MJM  

Now that nearly three months have passed since the MOAB (Mother of All Bombs) was dropped on the Francis pontificate by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, it is time to assess what can be gleaned from the Vatican response about the accuracy of the Viganò charges.

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Talks now available - CHORBISHOP ANTHONY SPINOSA | JOHN RAO | CHRISTOPHER FERRARA | More added throughout the day!

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5b8941726244916d3dc94035f8443717God help us, here's what's coming next. Here's what the Synod on Youth was all about, and here's what the future of the Synodal Church is all about.