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The Prince of this World has made a grand display of his authority in the last few centuries. Our saving grace is that, while Westerners no longer believe in God, they still believe in the Devil. We’re at least clear-eyed enough to recognize true evil at work in the world, even if we can no longer see the great Good hidden behind the veil.

Still, we’re also averse to speaking in terms of good and evil. Right and wrong? Maybe. But good and evil have a supernatural ring we usually reserve for dramatic and abominable crimes, like genocide. Yet everything right is good, and everything wrong is evil. The evils we encounter in our day-to-day lives might not be a spectacle, like jihadists beheading a journalist on live television. All the same, evil is part of ordinary life. It dwells deep in our hearts – each and every one of us.

51 Years of The Remnant are About to Become Live Online...

lefebvre told yaArchbishop Lefebvre

Editor's Intro: Last year, The Remnant Newspaper celebrated its 50th anniversary in the Catholic press apostolate. This means that ever since 1967—just two years after the close of the Second Vatican Council and two years before the promulg­ation of Pope Paul’s New Mass—The Remnant has been going to press every two weeks, chronicling both the history of the Modernist revolution in the Catholic Church as well as the grassroots Catholic counterrevolution that followed, i.e., the traditional Catholic movement.

It can be said without exaggeration, then, that The Remnant is the newspaper of record for the post-conciliar Traditional Catholic counterrevolution in the English-speaking world.

In point of fact, when the founding editor of The Remnant died in 2002, the late, great Michael Davies wrote this in the pages of The Remnant:

The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool. – Shakespeare, As You Like ItFrancis and farrellPope Francis and Cardinal Farrell sit with students at the 2018 pre-synodal meeting for young people.

* Fool me once, the Synod on the Family 2014

* Fool me twice, the Synod on the Family 2015 (Amoris Laetitia)

* Fool me thrice, the Synod on the Young People 2018?

During the last 5 years of this papacy, Francis and his Synodal Schemers masterfully manipulated, rigged, and exploited the synodal process. The backdoor tactics and machinations were brilliantly documented by Edward Pentin, Henry Sire, George Neumayr and an array of investigative journalists.

How long will Catholics play the fool?

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