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Justice Neil Gorsuch Justice Neil Gorsuch

Editor’s Note: There seems to be civil war brewing in nearly every aspect of the Trump Administration just now. Leakers in the White House, mobs outside the West Wing, rabid Mitt Romneys on the loose, rumors of insurrection in the military and now even treachery in the Supreme Court.

This disheartening and foreboding SCOTUS decision comes just days after the Trump Administration had walked back an Obama-era anti-discrimination rule, preventing doctors from following their consciences when it came to abortion or so-called ‘sex change’ operations.

This welcome news means doctors will no longer risk losing their jobs or federal aid for refusing to comply with 'gender identity' politics.

“These orders, both the emergency stay-home and reopening plan declarations, clearly discriminate against houses of worship. They are illegally content-based, elaborate, arbitrary and pseudo-scientific." – Christopher Ferrara

Caleb Parke, FOX NEWS: "New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Attorney General Letitia James, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio are using coronavirus restrictions as a "blatant double standard" to discriminate against people of faith, using threats of fines and criminal prosecution, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday.

Two Catholic priests -- Steven Soos and Nicholas Stamos -- and a trio of Orthodox Jewish congregants -- Elchanan Perr, Daniel Schonborn, and Mayer Mayerfeld -- in Brooklyn, represented by the Thomas More Society, filed the suit in the Northern District of New York after mass protests and looting occurred in the Big Apple following George Floyd's death.chris on Fox

“Why is a large worship gathering deemed more dangerous than a mass protest, full of shouting, arm-waving people in close proximity to one another?” Christopher Ferrara, Thomas More Society special counsel, said in a statement to Fox News."

Read the rest HERE, and check out Chris Ferrara’s own coverage in The Remnant HERE.

Watch Chris Ferrara on FOX:



Pope Francis may see fit to ignore the words of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, but President Donald J. Trump does NOT!

Just when the news of the day seems to be allowing little room for hope that anything could ever reverse the disastrous course our world is currently following, no less a person than the President of the United States, and leader of arguably the most powerful nation on earth, tweeted his sincere gratitude to one of the most outspoken critics of Pope Francis in the Church today.

And as further proof that there is no such thing as a coincidence, this presidential tweet appears on the very day when Archbishop Viganò put the world on notice that his resistance is not merely to the radical pontificate of Pope Francis, but also to the entire modernist revolution in the Catholic Church, starting with its most important event, the Second Vatican Council. 

Can this be anything other than a sign from God Himself that the Traditional Catholic counterrevolution has not been in vain, but indeed is now on the cusp of international vindication.

Don't lose hope, keep fighting, long live Christ the King!


Check out the video version of this letter, which has now been read and endorsed by the President of the United States:

Text of Petition from ChildrensHealthDefense.org:

Dear New York State Bar Association,

Please reconsider the Health Law Task Force Report on COVID-19 that recklessly recommends that all New York State residents must receive mandatory vaccination “when the efficacy of a COVID-19 vaccine has been confirmed.” This recommendation would violate citizens’ fundamental rights to bodily integrity, free exercise of religion, parental rights, informed consent, the right to refuse unwanted medical treatment and other constitutional rights. Such a mandate would sow distrust and meet overwhelming resistance.

Our Lady of Lourdes Church, LA Our Lady of Lourdes Church, LA

Reflection for Daily Mass - June 3, 2020 – 2 Tim 1:1-3, 6-12; Mark 12:18-27

The feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions, Martyrs

Today marks the history of reopening the Church in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The reopening of the church is a symbol of our winning over the darkness that comes through the pandemic. The power of the darkness has been thrown out and the power of the light has shone its light again. At the end of every storm, comes calmness. And we hope that the pandemic will not come back, or even if it will, we will be stronger in the faith and power of God.

In the article linked here, a Roman canon lawyer reproduces a letter of July 24, 2009 from the Congregation for Sacraments and Divine Worship.

The letter officially answers a query from a Catholic submitted during the 'swine flu' pandemic that killed around half a million people worldwide.

Below is a brief video message from Michael Matt to commemorate the Chartres Pilgrimage, which is taking place this weekend around the world in a very different way

Michael Matt, US coordinator for Notre-Dame de Chrétienté, asks followers of the Remnant and Remnant TV to join him in prayer for our country under siege, and for the restoration of the Chartres Pilgrimage. 

Here's how you can join: 

An interesting part of the Covid silver lining is that people are beginning to look at a lot of things in an entirely different light: From the real agenda of the globalists, to the "Church of Accompaniment" (which has abandoned us), to the “humble pope” who couldn’t possibly be more self absorbed, to the real motivations behind the attempted destruction of the Latin Mass, to the importance of family interaction and less dependence on big government and now to home schooling.

Studies now show, in fact, that many parents who were dragooned quite unexpectedly into educating their children at home, have in recent weeks begun moving much closer to choosing the homeschool option even after the lockdown.

Gov. Tim Walz Gov. Tim Walz

They say the essence of statesmanship is compromise. Trouble is, I don't like compromise.  I prefer the damn-the-torpedoes-and-full-speed-ahead approach, which is probably why I'm publishing a Catholic journal of opinion rather than running the Catholic Church.

So when the bishops of my state united in public defiance against the heavy-handed lockdown extension order of the governor of Minnesotaan order which, through ignorance or malice (I don’t’ know which) was biased against religionI was more than pleased and, in fact, pledged my newspaper (owned and operated here in Minnesota for 53 years) to stand with them in the face of whatever secular retaliation might be forthcoming. 

At a moment when the spiritual leadership of our shepherds has been drastically curbed by secular authority, and yet where it is also more essential than ever, we are proud to announce that the Bishops of Minnesota have decided to defy the State of Minnesota’s increasingly draconian lockdown of Minnesota's religious houses.

Led by the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Most Rev. Bernard A. Hebda, the bishops of five other diocese have cosigned a respectful but firm letter of defiance, announcing that they will reopen Minnesota’s Catholic churches for public Masses on the 26th of May, in order to allow parishes time to prepare for the celebration of Pentecost on May 31, 2020.

Robert K. Dahl, RIP Robert K. Dahl, RIP

In your charity, please pray for the repose of the soul of a dear friend and ally of The Remnant who passed away on May 2, 2020 at 99 years of age.

One of General Douglas MacArthur’s actual ‘old soldiers’, Major Robert K. Dahl spent his last days battling the Covid19 virus after having spent a lifetime battling Modernism in the Church and its bastard child: The New World Order.

Having distinguished himself in the US Marine Corps in the Pacific Theater, including the liberation of the Philippines, Robert Dahl was an American soldier and patriot, but he was a Catholic first.

I was honored to interview Mr. Dahl in the pages of The Remnant a couple of years ago, when he shared his opinion that the Democrats of his day had exploited Pearl Harbor in the war against the America First movement: “The circumstance of the 1941 Japanese attack on the U.S. Fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, served Roosevelt’s anxious design to find a way to enter World War II. It also served to quiet the ‘America-First’ antiwar political movement, very much alive since 1920, especially in midland America.

I have no doubt that Mr. Dahl would vigorously oppose the Democrat’s political exploitation of the Covid pandemic to serve their own war against the America First movement of our day, currently headed up by Donald J. Trump. 

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