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The Remnant calls for worldwide support of all traditional Catholic priests

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When a group of feminists in Argentina wanted to mark International Women’s Day a couple of years back, they dressed a woman up to look like the Mother of God and had her perform a mock (with fake blood) abortion on herself in front of Our Lady of the Incarnation Cathedral in the city of San Miguel de Tucuman. The photographs of this blasphemy are too vile to display again here.

Though the anemic post-conciliar Church in that once-Catholic country could do nothing to stop this, one Catholic priest, Father Leandro Bonnin, wrote an open letter on Facebook, arguing that this “blasphemy has exceeded all limits. A blasphemy with all the unmistakable signs of the diabolical: with his malice, his perversity, and above all with his hatred of Mary.”

Poland is gearing up for a parliamentary election on October 13, and its conservative ruling party is “saying it like it is” these days. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland’s Law and Justice leader, recently took a stand against gay pride marches while campaigning in Stalowa Wola:

“The hard offensive, this traveling theater that is showing up in different cities to provoke and then cry... we are the ones who are harmed by this, it must be unmasked and discarded… (We must) live in freedom, and not be subject to all that is happening to the west of our borders... where freedom is being eliminated.”

In the same speech he thanked the Archbishop of Krakow, who called gay rights a “rainbow plague” in Poland. Wola was here referring to an August 1, 2019 sermon marking the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw uprising by Polish resistance fighters against the Nazi occupation, wherein  Archbishop Marek Jedraszewski had argued that Poland is no longer affected by the red plague of Marxists or Bolsheviks but by a "rainbow flag born of the same spirit." 

Speaking at a Mass at St. Mary's Basilica, the Archbishop warned that this new plague wants to "control our souls, hearts and minds." 

If the LGTB community really wishes to establish better relations with the Catholic Church in Poland and elsewhere, perhaps they should stop appropriating (and then desecrating) revered Polish Catholic symbols and icons: 

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Elzbieta Podlesna, a 51-year-old LGBT activist, plastered images of Poland's most sacred icon of the Mother of God of Czestochowa, the Black Madonna of Czestochowa, on walls, garbage bins and mobile toilets near St. Dominik’s church in Plock.

Polish Catholics were so offended that the police had to finally get involved, temporarily detaining Podlesna and holding her for questioning.

If all they want is to be accepted in Poland, how exactly does offending millions of religious Polish people help the LGBT folks achieve their stated objective? It's almost as if they're trying to intimidate and even terrorize people of faith. 

And now both the Archbishop of Krakow and the leader of Poland's Law and Justice Party fear their Christian country is under attack? Now why in the world would they ever think that

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Edito's Note: In your charity, please remember the repose of the soul of Mary Koshut in your prayers. Even well into her 80s, Mary was a friend and faithful attendee of our Catholic Identity Conference since the very beginning. Mother to one of our most loyal volunteers, Theresa Koshut, we'd also ask you to remember Theresa and her family in your prayers as they lay to rest their beloved Catholic mother and loyal soldier of Jesus Christ.

There is so much more to the story.  She was a convert from Serbian Orthodoxy.  As a young girl she sang in the Serbian choir.  She converted to Catholicism and had a great love for the Traditional Latin Mass and a great devotion to the Sacred Heart and to the Blessed Virgin Mary.  Through the years she made thousands of scapulars and prayer cards and sent them to missionary religious orders for distribution.  She faithfully made the annual Byzantine Catholic pilgrimage to Mount Saint Macrina in Uniontown, PA.  In the days just prior to her death she attended a Solemn Traditional Latin Mass for the Vigil of the Assumption, and on the Feast of the Assumption she traveled to Mount Saint Macrina to light a candle at the grotto of Saint Ann for her late husband.  She died the next day on the Feast of St. Joachim, within the Octave of the Assumption, after receiving the traditional sacrament of Extreme Unction and the Apostolic Pardon.

Eternal rest grant unto Mary, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. MJM  


Mary Koshut, of Duquesne, was taken back to our Lord on Friday, August 16th, at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.

She was born November 28, 1926, in Latrobe, Pa. A devout Catholic who lived the Word, Mary was a member of St. Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Church, Duquesne. The daughter of Mile and Bozicha Vockley, she was one of 7 siblings, Ann, Daisy, George, Martha, Mitch, and Nicholas, all who preceded her in death. Mary was also preceded in death by her husband, William Joseph Koshut, in 1982.

Surviving are her daughter, Theresa Koshut, of Duquesne, with whom she lived, her two sons and daughter-in-law’s, William John and Lynn Koshut, Chippewa Township, PA and Thomas Michael and Erin Koshut, Huntsville, Alabama, and 4 grandchildren, Cara Koshut, Will Koshut, Mary Addison Koshut, and Samuel Koshut. She is also survived by her sister-in-law, Irene Vockley, and numerous nieces and nephews. Mary was extremely proud of her children and grandchildren, and cherished each moment with all of them.

Friends will be received Monday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m., as well as Tuesday at 9 am, at William S. Skovranko’s Funeral Home, Richford and Commonwealth Avenue, Duquesne. A funeral mass will be offered at St. Peter and Paul on Tuesday at 10 am. Interment will follow at St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery in West Mifflin, Pa., with a repast to follow at the church hall.

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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.

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RTV's 'Catholic Saints and Holy Days' pays homage to the great Saint Lawrence.

St. Lawrence (225-258 A.D.) was a Roman deacon under Pope Saint Sixtus II.

Four days after this pope was put to death, Lawrence and four clerics suffered martyrdom, during the persecution of the Emperor Valerian.

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dallas shooting afterIn 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: 

We're greatly encouraged to read the recent interview of Archbishop Viganò, posted at a few days ago.

As faithful Catholics struggle to effectively confront the crisis in the Church and, with breaking hearts, to keep up with the spoof going on inside the Vatican, Archbishop Viganò emerges as both a ray of hope and voice of sanity. 

Viganò has been living in silence—his own words—and yet keeping a shrewd eye on Francis Revolution. The upcoming Amazon Synod, as represented by the gosh-awful Instrumentum Laboris (IL), garnered a special rebuke from the Archbishop.

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