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Brief Introduction by Michael J. Matt

In light of the recent attack on Candace Owens, I have decided to share a few excerpts from the late, great Michael Davies's 2002 Remnant article, "The Reign of Christ the King." The article is too comprehensive (and likely too long) to be easily comprehended by the vast majority of the Neo-Catholic critics of Candace Owens, men and women who through no fault of their own suffer from a near total lack of sound Catholic formation. So, the following will have to suffice for the moment. I will address this issue in the next Remnant Underground but let me just say this much: That this should be happening during Holy Week is no accident. The attack on Candace Owens speaks to the reality that the attack on the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ has always been at the heart of this Revolution — even more so than the attack on the Latin Mass itself, which in the final analysis was little more than a symptom of a global war on Christ the King. More to follow. Long live Christ the King! MJM 

Thursday, March 28, 2024

Christ is King!

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“And the governor answering, said to them: Whether will you of the two to be released unto you? But they said, Barabbas. Pilate saith to them: What shall I do then with Jesus that is called Christ? They say all: Let Him be crucified.” (Matthew 27:21-22)

The main reference point of our lives, therefore, is the Cross. It is what helps us traverse the tumultuous ocean of the “world” like a lifeboat. It is what protects us from the fire of passions and vices through its fireproof qualities, similar to cork wood. At the same time, with the image of the monk tied to the mast floating at the mercy of the waves before our eyes, we understand that without it, we would sink immediately. 

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Why are The Remnant and the Catholic Identity Conference teaming up with the Confraternity of Our Lady of Fatima to bring the Latin Mass to Mount Kilimanjaro? 

Guaranteeing a global right to abortion – Dr. Ted’s Pandemic Preparedness Treaty exposed for trying to permanently enshrine abortion as a basic human right worldwide. No wonder the Africans, among many, are resisting it.

This film tells a story from the French Revolution. The Revolution was a godless New Order born from the Enlightenment, which brutalized the established, Christian way of life with its deeply ironic motto: “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”.

Without the opportunity to defend Jesus from the Bad Thief’s insults, perhaps the Good Thief might have remained silent, without turning to Our Lord for mercy. Then, as now, God uses the wickedness of others to bring about the salvation of those who make use of His mercy.

It has been twenty years since release of the movie, The Passion of the Christ, produced, directed and co-written by Mel Gibson. The film is the highest grossing Christian film of all time (inflation adjusted) as well as the highest grossing independent film of all time. As of 2023, it was also the highest grossing R rated film domestically, receiving an R rating due to its graphic depiction of the Passion of the Christ.

If we seek that “real Paradise” on earth, we will find it beneath the Cross, with the Blessed Virgin Mary, suffering for Jesus. And if the saints could return from Heaven for anything, it would be to stand there with any of us who have the courage and wisdom to stay close to Our Lady of Sorrows.

In a world marked by the rejection of the Christian faith and the unprecedented spread of heresies that have even infected the hierarchy of the Church, the thought of an imminent divine punishment has become inevitable. Therefore, a clear answer to the key question stated in the title is as necessary as possible: can the end of the world prophesied in the sacred books of Holy Scriptures be identified with an atomic war?

Teaming Up With Bishop Schneider

Editor's Intro: According to the Publisher’s Preface, the publication of Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s new catechism, CREDO: Compendium of the Catholic Faith, marks the first time in “over fifty years that a Roman prelate has issued a comprehensive presentation of the Faith that is entirely his own, accessible to readers of any background, and attentive to the needs of our time.”

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Great news just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the Irish people have totally rejected a Christophobic amendment to their Constitution that would have been the end of the Christian definition of marriage in Ireland. By the way, guess who Ireland’s Prime Minister works for. . .

Speaking of Klaus Schwab, with Tucker Carlson sitting in the audience the Field Marshall makes one hilarious gaffe that may explain everything. Hey, Klaus, what are you smoking?

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