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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

53-year Remnant Archive Now Online

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53-year Remnant Archive Now Online

Dear Friends:

As a special service to our e-subscribers, enduring virtual house arrest during the COVID-19 crisis, I'd like to offer the entire 53-year Remnant Archive at least until this national is lifted. 

For just $25, you will have access to every issue of the Remnant's bi-weekly newspaper, going all the way back to November of 1967!


That's 53 years' worth of the traditional Catholic movement's paper of record, painstakingly scanned and made available online in interactive PDF format.

The entire archive is now waiting for you to jump in and educate yourself on the whole history of the Modernist revolution in the Church and the traditional Catholic counterrevolution that exploded after the close of Vatican II in 1965.  

Think of the historical record contained in that archive!

Just consider the massive historical upheavals that have taken place inside the Church and out over the past half-century! 

Footage of The Remnant newspaper early on, when its current editor was just a boy and the Remnant Press was cranking out its bi-weekly in the basement of the Matt Family home on Morrison Avenue:

The Remnant Newspaper was founded in 1967—that’s two years before the promulgation of the New Mass.

So, here’s what’s there:

  • The first blush of post-Vatican II mayhem.
  • The first felt banners.
  • The first guitars.
  • The first clown "Masses."
  • The official promulgation of the New Mass.
  • Archbishop Lefebvres arrival on the scene, as reported via the able pen of traditionalist pioneer, Michael Davies (lead columnist for The Remnant for 30 years).
  • The death of Pope Paul VI.
  • The mysterious passing of John Paul I, just 33 days after his election.

death of JPI Remnant 1978 coverThe Sept. 30, 1978 Remnant Newspaper covered the sudden death of John Paul I. 
(screenshot from the online Remnant Archive)
Get the Archive HERE 

  • The rise of John Paul II.
  • The advent of altar girls, Communion in the hand, Ecclesia Dei of 1988, the Indult Mass, the first Chartres pilgrimages, the Assisi prayer meetings, the Gulf War, the Invasion of Iraq, the election of Benedict XVI, Summorum Pontificum, and Francis the Horrible.

The Remnant was there, reporting on it all every two weeks for 53 years. 


  • The sexual revolution.
  • The Summer of Love.
  • The hippy movement.
  • Roe v. Wade

roe v wade Remnant cover 1973Remnant Newspaper covers Roe v. Wade ruling in February 1, 1973 issue.
(Screenshot from Remnant Archive
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  • The crazy '80s
  • Y2K

y2k remnant archive screenshotMichael Matt covers Y2K in December,1999.
(Screenshot from Remnant Archive)
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  • The establishment of the SSPX, FSSP, and ICK
  • The Internet Landing
  • Gay "marriage"

remnant vs Francis in 2015 coverThe Remnant tackles Pope Francis' Laudato Si in June of 2015.
(screenshot from Remnant Archive)
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Need I go on?

The Remnant archive is an online course, covering the entire history of the Revolution of Vatican II, the New Mass and the Traditional Catholic counterrevolution. 

And now you can access it all.

The Remnant's e-edition is identical to the newspaper that comes off the web press every two weeks. We upload the exacty same PDF to our e-edition platform. 

There's a handy 'how to' video on the landing page (also featured at the end of this article) to teach you to navigate the many options of the e-edition, which is set up on the same platform, by the way, as mainstream newspapers such as USA Today. So, it works well.

Sign up in 3 easy steps

1) Create an account. 
2) Check your inbox for confirmation email.
3) Follow activation link in the confirmation email to log in and purchase your subscription!

The page-turner is excellent, we offer free instant translation services into most languages, there's an audio reader, a full range of font sizes and reader function options and now it includes the entire 53-year Remnant archive for no extra charge.

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You just pay $25 for the standard e-edition subscription and you get the brand-new Remnant archive to boot.   

The Remnant archive is a time machine. I myself get lost in there on a regular basis, as there are so many memories on every page… so much to learn.

If it’s true that we need to know where we came from in order to figure out where we’re going, then The Remnant archive is an invaluable tool for the entire Catholic counterrevolution and restoration.

Order the Remnant's e-edition right now, and let's go to war together.

I have so many ideas for how we can fight back against the system, the modernists, the atheists and the Christophobes. All I need is you. Help me. Join me. Let's do this together. 

God bless you, keep the old Faith and, for God's sake, unite the clans! 

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Michael J. Matt
Editor, The Remnant


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Michael J. Matt | Editor

Michael J. Matt has been an editor of The Remnant since 1990. Since 1994, he has been the newspaper's editor. A graduate of Christendom College, Michael Matt has written hundreds of articles on the state of the Church and the modern world. He is the host of The Remnant Underground and Remnant TV's The Remnant Forum. He's been U.S. Coordinator for Notre Dame de Chrétienté in Paris--the organization responsible for the Pentecost Pilgrimage to Chartres, France--since 2000.  Mr. Matt has led the U.S. contingent on the Pilgrimage to Chartres for the last 24 years. He is a lecturer for the Roman Forum's Summer Symposium in Gardone Riviera, Italy. He is the author of Christian Fables, Legends of Christmas and Gods of Wasteland (Fifty Years of Rock ‘n’ Roll) and regularly delivers addresses and conferences to Catholic groups about the Mass, home-schooling, and the culture question. Together with his wife, Carol Lynn and their seven children, Mr. Matt currently resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.