In an editorial titled “Cancel Culture: The Eternal Gnostic Dream of Starting Over from Zero,” that appeared on June 30, 2022, in the Bulletin of Social Doctrine of the Church of the Cardinal Van Thuân International Observatory (here), Archbishop Giampaolo Crepaldi stigmatized, with great clarity of analysis, the “attitude that favors the new over the old, which makes virtue coincide with adhesion to historical novelties and sin coincide with the preservation of the past,” and which consists in a systematic and ruthless damnatio memoriae of all that is opposed to modernity. The Archbishop of Trieste writes: “Progress wants everything to change except for progress itself, which must remain. Progress must preserve progress as something incontestable and never able to be criticized, never surmountable, never erasable. The same may be said of the revolution: revolutions change everything except for the immutable reality of the revolution, which remains absolute. Likewise, “cancellation” must cancel everything, but cancellation must remain an absolute principle.”
With 164 years and scarcely a hint of true Catholic belief between them, Biden and Bergoglio represent all that has gone wrong in the Church and world since Vatican II. They did not create this great crisis, but those who did could not have found two better puppets to oversee what they intend to be the dying moments of the Church and world as we know them. These pathetic souls seem oblivious to the fact that God will crush them and their diabolical efforts — if they had paid attention in their catechism classes they might have chosen more wisely when Satan tempted them with great power if only they would betray Our Lord.
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The Democrats’ Worst Nightmare: 52% of Latino voters will support pro-life politicians as they abandon the Democratic Party in November. Stirring footage of the new Texas Congresswoman, Mayra Flores, defending life like a modern-day Joan of Arc.
In his 1846 encyclical on Faith and Religion, Qui Pluribus, Blessed Pius IX wrote about the relationship between the Catholic Faith and reason:
“[B]y means of an obviously ridiculous and extremely specious kind of argumentation, these enemies never stop invoking the power and excellence of human reason; they raise it up against the most holy faith of Christ, and they blather with great foolhardiness that this faith is opposed to human reason. Without doubt, nothing more insane than such a doctrine, nothing more impious or more opposed to reason itself could be devised. For although faith is above reason, no real disagreement or opposition can ever be found between them; this is because both of them come from the same greatest source of unchanging and eternal truth, God.”
With all the Luciferian bile being spewed by the unfortunate harlots, harpies, and politicians demanding the right to kill babies, this dusty old photo board (above) struck me as interesting. These are the grandchildren my old Irish mother had at the time of her death in 2017.
YouTube Removes Remnant TV Strike
In the spirit of fair mindedness, I'm happy to announce that after we'd contested yesterday's decision to remove one of our videos, YouTube reconsidered and in fact removed the strike against RTV, as well.
The takeaway? Never go down without a fight.
This morning Remnant TV's YouTube channel got a strike, and the new video by Archbishop Viganò on the Roe decision was removed.
I have appealed it, of course, but I confess to a growing fatigue with this YouTube BS. It's straight up harassment now.
And I say to thee: That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. (Matthew 16:18)
Going, therefore, teach ye all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world. (Matthew 28:20)
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In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt discusses the monumental Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade. (What's that you were saying, Catholic Never Trumpers?)
This Friday morning, on the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (to Whom the month of June is dedicated—NOT to LGBT Pride) SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade, ending recognition of a constitutional "right to abortion" and giving individual states the power to allow, limit, or ban the practice altogether.
“April is the cruellest month.” So sang American poet T.S. Eliot in “The Waste Land.” But he spoke too soon.
For the cruelest month is now the one just ending. In June, the fakery of compassion de-disguises and comes out florid as rainbow-colored pride. People suffering from temptations and mental illness—people who crave the horror of sodomy or who think that the body they were born with should be carved up and re-sexed—are held up by the “compassionate” among us as the vanguard of a new age. It is the cruelest display I have ever seen. Gay pride, lesbian pride, transgender pride, pedophile pride, and the pride of a thousand other deviancies besides these—this is the animal in man, but said by the “enlightened” to be the highest order of the human race.
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In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt discusses the bizarre phenomenon whereby the governments of the world are lifting COVID restrictions while the Vatican continues to promote the lunacy of the Great Reset.