When most of us see the police, we see them on the front lines of the war for our country. The police are on the streets, chasing down Democrat-supported mobs burning down Black businesses or dealing drugs on the corners of Democrat-run cities. The police run toward gunfire, toward traffic accidents, toward scenes of domestic abuse. We see the police in uniform, the thin blue line between our safety and the chaos of the Woke American Revolution (WAR).
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In this episode of The Editor’s Desk, Michael J. Matt discussed the following topics:
- The Left goes so far off the rails that even yesterday’s rock ‘n’ roll bad boys are standing up to defend patriotic Americans. KISS that, Mr. Biden!
- Joe Biden says he’s going to come knocking on our doors, Ronald Reagan says “Aww Shaddup!”
- The Revolution consumes its own. The EU Parliament votes to criminalize those religious extremists who oppose abortion and contraception, and guess what? Those “religious extremists” include Opus Dei.
- The Bishop of Dijon, France expels Traditional Catholics for the same “crime” that sent the 16 Carmelite of Compiègne to the guillotine. The Bishop of Dijon, by the way, says he’s only following Francis’ agenda.
- So, why in the middle of hell on earth is the most recognized spiritual leader in the world engaging in a witch hunt against Traditional Catholics?
- Why Traditional Catholicism IS the spear.
In his September 1965 intervention read during the Second Vatican Council, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre began his criticism of the Declaration on Religious Liberty, Dignitatis Humanae, with a brief summary of the document’s principles:
“Founded on the dignity of the human person, religious liberty demands equal rights in civil society for all forms of worship. Society must then be neutral and guarantee the protection of every religion, within the limits of public order.”
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In this Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father puts everything on the line once again, this time by defending the very controversial Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, whom he describes as one of the "last voices of truth" in the Catholic world today.
When the People’s Republic of China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in late 2001, there were many in the Western political establishment who assured working-class skeptics that admission into the liberal world order would change China. Once fully integrated into the globalist regime, we were told, China would learn how to live like late-capitalist Americans and Western Europeans. The Chinese would give up on their old Communist ambitions and learn to be content with the material comforts of the twenty-first century, the argument went. Even today, there are those who still argue (https://www.aei.org/op-eds/to-compete-with-china-we-need-the-liberal-international-order/) that the “liberal international order” is the way to compete with the PRC.
Michael J. Matt delivers a lecture at The Roman Forum on the lessons learned from COVID, when traditional Catholicism led the charge against the Globalist tyrants who declared religious ceremonies a "non-essential service."
Looking back over the past 40 years, Michael argues that it's time stop circling the wagons. We're on the front lines, so let's start acting like it.
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Editor's Note: On the back cover of every print edition of The Remnant, readers will find The Last Word, by Father Celatus. This one will appear in the upcoming July 15, 2021 edition of The Remnant Newspaper. This article has been translated into Italian and distributed in Italy. We're reproducing it here as a teaser for the next edition of The Remnant Newspaper. If you're not already a subscriber, you're missing out on so much great content that never appears online, including Father Celatus' Last Word. MJM
EACH YEAR, AS we turn the corner from the month of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus into July, the height of summer in the northern hemisphere, we fittingly start off with the feast of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus that bathes the rest of the month in its vermilion glow. Like so many feasts in the calendar, this one owes its origin to an act of thanksgiving for a military victory: its inscription in the general calendar was Pius IX’s act of thanksgiving for the expulsion of a revolutionary army from Rome in 1849.
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Pope Francis sends a handwritten letter of encouragement to gay rights activist, Father Jimmy Martin-- a Jesuit priest who, according to Francis, "imitates God".
In this episode of The Editor's Desk, Michael J. Matt discusses good news and bad:
In the years following Vatican II, it became evident to a relatively small number of Catholics that the architects and implementers of the Council were attempting to destroy the Church. Even Pope Paul VI identified the destruction, though he failed to identify the real cause:
The Church finds herself in an hour of anxiety, a disturbed period of self-criticism, or what would even better be called self-demolition. It is an interior upheaval, acute and complicated, which nobody expected after the Council. It is almost as if the Church were attacking itself.
We typically don’t publish letters not initially intended for public consumption. As I see it, however, the following exchange provides a teaching moment for us all, since it speaks to the profound impact Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò is having on the lives of hundreds of thousands of battle-weary faithful Catholics, including not a few priests.
Why does this matter?
Christ established a hierarchical institution, and it is through that hierarchy that His Church will ultimately be restored. In a moment of crisis such as this, then, all the blogospheric commentary in the world cannot possibly replace the witness of one faithful Prelate whose fidelity reminds us of Our Lord’s promise to be with us always, even unto the consummation of the world.