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Father places the suffering of Christ--God and Man--into perspective. How is it possible for God to suffer?

This sermon on the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is as beautiful as it is instructive.

What do Catholics believe?  What to you believe about the Sacred Heart of Jesus?

481522 reasons to stop looking at your phone
"Appearances often come to us second or third hand, filtered through ever proliferating communications media, so that the so-called real world recedes farther from us every day."   - Solange Hertz

Editor's Note: The following first appeared in The Remnant on February 28, 2002.   In the fast-paced world of blogging and tweeting and texting, this article is entirely too long, too boring, too hard to read, too demanding, too challenging, and definitely too whatever to be taken seriously.  But I'm confident a few holdout dinosaurs still ambling about the real world will appreciate its unconventional and politically incorrect message. It was written by an excellent thinker, a saintly academic, and something of a prophet. She didn't blog, never sent a single tweet, and, while her face was usually in a book, Facebook meant nothing to her.   And yet even despite such crippling handicaps, she had something to say.  She also had the kind of courage rarely seen here in this brave new world of ours---the courage to be different and to question the modern world's most sacred narratives (what she called “fairytales for adults”) about who we are and what we're doing here on this earth.  I’m confident there are still readers out there who’ve been insufficiently brainwashed to read and appreciate the words and wisdom of the late, great Solange Hertz. Especially if you're younger than 35, I dare you to give it a try -- and let the blindfold be damned. MJM 

Sooner or later, anyone found actually trying to apply the maxims of the Gospels to daily life can expect to be told to “get real!”  as if living a spiritual life involved entering a largely imaginary world that  existed mostly in the mind. Parents of home schoolers, for instance, are sometimes asked, or even ask themselves, “What will happen to these children educated outside the mainstream according to Catholic principles, when they leave home and plunge into the real world? 

Monday, June 26, 2017

The Real World Featured

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“You do not enter into a structure, and under superiors, saying that you are going to shake everything up once you are on the inside, whereas they have everything in hand to stamp us out ! They have all the authority." -
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre

Remnant Translator's Note
- Father Gleize has been Professor in Écône since 1996. He was one of the four theologians chosen by the SSPX to represent it during the doctrinal discussions with Rome between 2009 and 2011, and therefore has first-hand knowledge of the Roman theologians in general, and Archbishop Guido Pozzo in particular. This article appeared in the May 2017 edition of the COURRIER DE ROME, a monthly French-language newsletter which was first published in 1964 and which aims to
unite Catholics around the Doctrine of the Church... [It] offers its readers a refutation of the principal errors of the day and shows them the path and light of the Truth(www.courrierderome.org
). This article was published on the SSPX's French District website, HERE. The subtitles have been added by the Remnant translator, who would appreciate your prayers for him and his family.


A “doctrinal agreement” – Two possible meanings.

In a recent interview, Archbishop Guido Pozzo declared that “reconciliation will happen when Bishop Fellay formally adheres to the doctrinal declaration which the Holy See has presented to him. It is also the necessary condition for proceeding to institutional regularization, with the creation of a Personal Prelature”. And in a press-conference given in the airplane during the return journey from his recent pilgrimage to Fatima (May 12-13), Pope Francis alluded to this document, finalized by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at its last sitting on Wednesday May 10. From Rome’s point-of-view, therefore, it would appear to be a question of a doctrinal agreement. The expression [“doctrinal agreement”] is, however, ambiguous and can be understood in two ways.

Gorsuch sworn inThe confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court raised speculation about whether it will lead to the reversal of a federal right to abortion. The answer is still unclear, but in any case, it is important to remember that such a reversal wouldn’t outlaw abortions — it would return the issue to the states, where it belongs.

The Supreme Court’s position on abortion is much more nuanced than many believe it to be. Although the court did create a constitutional right to abort in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the judgment itself opened the door for future recognition of a right to life for the fetus, contingent on his recognition as a person: “If this suggestion of personhood [that the fetus is a person] is established, the appellant’s case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life would then be guaranteed specifically by the Amendment.”
Each time a terrorist attack takes place or an Islamist bomber plants his (or her) deadly device in a crowded market place or at school or in a concert venue, I recall again that remarkable film that remains seared in my memory, “Day of the Siege.” I have written about it and strongly recommended it in other published articles. A shortened, more compact version of a longer, Polish-Italian production, the film recounts in chilling detail the last major Muslim attempt to invade Europe, and the final, climactic battle at the gates of Vienna, September 11, 1683, that saved Christendom from the Islamic hordes…until recent decades. The small Christian army of less than 50,000 men, led by the intrepid King Jan Sobieski of Poland and Prince Eugene of Savoy, inflicted on the Islamic Turkish force of 300,000 a complete and signal defeat.
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Michael Matt and Chris Ferrara on location in Fatima on the centenary of Our Lady's most public and important apparition.

The Fatima Prayers are omitted from the Rosary at Fatima? Why? Because they mention Hell, and Modernists don't like that word?  Has the consecration of Russia occurred exactly as Our Lady requested? Has the entire Third Secret of Fatima been revealed. Did Cardinal Burke exonerate the late Father Nicholas Gruner? What's with all the controversy surrounding Fatima--an apparition approved by the Church and a place visited by 8 of the last ten Popes. 

FATIMA and Tradition

As the Church celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady’s appearances at Fatima this year, and with the canonizations of Jacinta and Francisco Marto, it may come as a shock to the vast majority of modern-day Catholics to come to the realization that the three shepherd children were ‘traditional’ Catholics.   As Our Lady was appearing to them in 1917, and as the Guardian Angel of Portugal prepared them for Her visit in 1916, the Fatima children faithfully and exclusively attended the Traditional Latin Mass.

However, it may come as a shock to some traditional Catholics to call to mind that in 1916 the Guardian Angel of Portugal administered Holy Communion to Jacinta, Francisco and Lucia under ‘both Species.’ Not to fear, dear friends, this was not an endorsement of the Protestant custom adopted after Vatican II of what some in the Church now call “Communion under both kinds.” 

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blessingSeventeen thousand pilgrims from all over the world walk from Paris to Chartres in the strongest showing yet of traditional Catholic restoration. See awesome photos and video footage of RTV's pilgrim photographer as Michael Matt chats with Father Pendergraft about Catholic Tradition's rising worldwide youth movement.

Plus, Cardinal Raymond Burke celebrates the TLM in Notre-Dame de Chartres.
The Human Soul

Each human person was in the Mind of God from all eternity, body and soul.  Each would come into actual existence at the moment of conception, when this unique soul would be infused into its unique body.  Incredibly, beyond our comprehension, each of us was specifically willed by God from all eternity.  And, since the motive for everything which God does is love, He loves that which He creates.  God loves each person that exists.  He desires that this person share His life for all eternity in Heaven.

Pause & ponder, for a moment:  God desires that you personably (and every other human being) share His life forever in unimaginable happiness.
Friday, June 9, 2017

Of Fatima and Souls

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This year’s Notre-Dame de Chrétiente Pentecost Pilgrimage to Chartres, France, concluded Monday, June 5 with a magnificent Pontifical High Mass offered by His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Chartres.

For 26 years I’ve walked this pilgrimage, and well do I recall my old friend, Arnaud de Lassus (RIP), describing to me how it had been when he and his friends had arrived in the old city some 35 years ago, after having rejuvenated the old pilgrimage after Vatican II.  Those first pilgrims were not even allowed into the Cathedral, but were obliged to offer the Traditional Latin Mass outside the locked doors of Notre-Dame de Chartres.
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I’ve been debating with people over the main motives of the current efforts of the regime in Rome to block or dismantle all attempts to return the Church to her original Catholic course. Many have said, not without justification, that we need to follow the money. Certainly in nearly every case of a concerted attack by the Bergoglians against a Catholic organisation, staggeringly large sums of money are nearly always involved. Still, we can’t discount the ideological motive either.

But “follow the money” is never bad advice for a journalist. This week, our friend Marco Tosatti stirred up the debate again, when he gave us another fascinating glimpse into the Vatican’s ongoing persecution of the saintly Fr. Stefano Manelli and the order he founded, the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate.