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If you do not believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, do NOT receive Communion in my church today. See me in the sacristy after Mass and I’ll try to help you. But don’t you dare approach the rail.”
Mark Shea and Tommy Lee -- two washed up peas in a has-been pod
Behold the fearless haters of Donald Trump. Righteous in their resolve, they’ll do anything to help the world understand how woke they are. Some of them—the few, the proud, the goateed—will go so far as to cuss and swear about it in front of God and everybody.
Each a rock star in his own right, these two bodacious boomers are going where every be-gauged, tattooed, Starbucked, social justice warrior has gone before—to the cliched heights of profanity-laced Trump bashing.
These guys mean business!
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The SSPX Falsely Accused of Harboring Predator Priests
What's going to happen to the Catholic priesthood? Are we witnessing the beginning of the end of the visible Church? With the largest fraternity of traditional Catholic priests in the world falsely accused of harboring predators and becoming a safe haven for abusive priests, Michael J. Matt considers the ramifications of weaponizing the clerical abuse crisis.
Should we operate under the presumption of guilt, or do we stand in defense of the right of every priest in the world -- Novus, Sede, Trad and Neo-Cath -- to have benefit of due process and the rule of law?
In the aftermath of the El Paso shooting. (Photo: Ivan Pierre Aguirre)
It's mourning in America again. Two mass shootings within 24 hours over the weekend—one in Texas and the other in Ohio. The death toll has risen to 31, with dozens more in hospital.
Murdered Americans lying in the streets mean one thing to too many unprincipled American politicians: A political opportunity.
Democratic presidential hopeful, Beto O'Rourke, didn't miss a beat. Hours after the shooting in El Paso, he took it upon himself to unleash a televised tirade against Donald Trump—the “racist” who, according to O'Rourke, is personally responsible for the murder of 20 Americans in El Paso:
School may be out for the summer, but the lingering pall of the standardized test hangs over playgrounds, summer camps and amusement parks like a rainy day at a picnic.
Recently, celebrities were caught bribing and swindling the college admissions system to get their prodigy accepted into top universities. Since then an illuminating light has been focused upon the collegiate admissions process and in this particular case, the illustrious SAT exam.
New from RTV. . .In this week's Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father tackles the question of how the sheep can know the good shepherds from the bad.
Shall we continue to follow bad shepherds, merely because they wear the right robes? Or do we look at them as Christ looked at the acting high priest of His day--the corrupt Caiaphas and his evil father-in-law Annas? Do we follow them over the cliff and onto the rocks far below?
June 24th, 2019, marked the 800th anniversary of the day St. Francis met the Sultan of Egypt. The Italian Bishops Conference CEI news agency, SIR, acknowledged this in a March 1st, 2019 dispatch on the special stamp issued to commemorate the anniversary of such historical event.
Among the most recent commemoration initiatives, an exhibition with over 50 images focused on the anniversary was inaugurated on Friday, May 24, at the Sala Dono Doni of the Sacred Convent in Assisi. It will be open to the public till September 1.
Baby girl born at 24 weeks
This beautiful quote from Jeremiah 1:5 shows that God loved us even before He formed us in our mother’s womb. We also know from Scripture that human life is distinct from all other forms of life on earth because in Genesis it is written: Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, in our likeness…”
So, given the unique nature of human life, it is deeply troubling that there were an estimated 56 million induced abortions worldwide each year between 2010 and 2014, and it’s thought that one in four pregnancies around the world now ends in abortion.
Interested to know more about the event which invited The Remnant’s Editor halfway around the world?
The symposium was the result of many meetings between a French “legitimist” Catholic and a Japanese priest who is back in his native country heading up the first traditional Catholic mission there since St. Francis Xavier’s in 1549.
Cardinal Bagnasco, head of Italian Bishop's Cconference, speaks to Pope Francis
The dust is well-settled on June’s “Gay Pride” festivities held up and down the Italian peninsula. The pamphlets and confetti, condom packets and night club brochures have been swept up and the rainbow and hammer-and-sickle flags mostly put away, so we can take a look around at the general lie of the land, see which bishops said what about it in the end.
When I took photos of the Rome Pride demonstration in 2009, no one had ever even heard of anyone suggesting any response against it from the Church, either episcopal or lay. But last month a few tiny little events, barely grudgingly endorsed by a few bishops – and banned by others – went forward.