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IN THIS SUNDAY Sermon from South St. Paul, Father offers an apologetic on the Feast of the Epiphany and visit of the Magi. He then draws a parallel between Herod and the Sanhedrin of 2000 years ago to the Modernists of today, arguing that both groups had as their intention the destruction of the Body of Christ-- first His actual body and then His mystical body. See if you agree.
"Saint" Popes John XXIII, JPII, Paul VI
IN MAY 2014, The Remnant newspaper published my article titled “Questioning the Validity of the Canonizations.” In the article, I questioned the validity of Pope Francis’ canonizations of John XXIII and John Paul II, arguing that if the canonizations did not meet the Church’s legal requirements, then they would not be licit, and hence, presumably not valid (again, per the Church’s current legislation, under which Francis the Humble chose to operate). And if the canonizations were not valid under the Church’s current legislation, I argued that we don’t even get to the question of whether the canonizations were infallible, because the purported infallibility of a canonization presupposes the canonization was valid under Church law in the first place.
Editor’s Note: Given the powerful statement addressed to the world’s Bishops which appears HERE on our website, we wanted to take this opportunity to further acquaint Remnant readers with the thinking and work of Professor de Mattei. What follows is a transcript of the keynote address of this year’s Catholic Identity Conference, held just outside of Pittsburgh, PA on November 2, 3 & 4. We’re most grateful to Roberto de Mattei for granting us permission to reproduce his address here in The Remnant. By the way, all the talks of the CIC 2018 are available for one more month through On-Demand Video subscription HERE. MJM