Dear Visitors to The Remnant Website:
I need about three minutes of your time. I have a proposal for you that I know will make sense to you, will substantilaly expand the traditional Catholic counterrevolution, and may just save The Remnant in the process.
First off, a word of thanks. As Christmas approaches I’d like to convey my sincere thanks to all those who visit our website, subscribe to our newspaper, watch our videos and in general do so much to help make this site one of the most popular traditional Catholic sites in the world. I’m humbled by your support, and I am encouraged to make The Remnant even more serviceable to you in the New Year.
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Was it really necessary for the Vatican's Christmas Nativity scene to include a statue of a naked man? Pope Francis's call to correct the Lord's Prayer dominates international headlines and is met with resistance from both Catholic and Protestant groups. Plus, pro-life leaders throughout the world sign a Pledge of Fidelity to resist pastors—including Pope Francis—who deviate from Church teaching on marriage and the family.
We all know that during the second half of the John Paul II pontificate a great number of conservative Catholic laity took seriously the call to the “New Evangelization” and started working for the Church. It’s a common story in dioceses and the various offices of national conferences bishops around the world. A great many of these are what we call “Generation X” people who were raised and lived through the post-conciliar period, watching as their parents’ generation of priests and bishops systematically tore down the edifice of the Church – sometimes literally in bricks and stones, but as often in the form of the terrible destruction of our patrimony of Catholic social and moral culture.