FaceBook 48x48   Twitter 48x48   Feed 48x48

Announcing

Remnant Petitions

Written by
Saturday, February 16, 2019

New from Remnant TV...

one world religion thumb

From the Editor's Desk, Michael Matt connects the dots from the Second Vatican Council, to the 1986 Assisi Prayer Meeting, to Cardinal Bergoglio's support of the URI, to Cardinal Dolan's 2015 Interfaith prayer service in New York, and finally to Francis's 2019 joint statement with the Egyptian Imam on "God-willed diversity and plurality of religions". Are we seeing the establishment of one ecumenical world religion? By the way, Pope Francis didn't come up with any of this. Plus, Pope John Paul called for WHAT at Gandhi's tomb back in 1986?

Written by
Wednesday, February 13, 2019

cosa remnant graphic(screenshot from RestoreTheCatholicChurch.com)

Remnant Editor's Note: Whether you are Catholic, non-Catholic, LGBT, straight, or none of the above, this is one question everyone in the world can agree the Pope must answer.
 
Since their initial press release, this question put to Pope Francis by the newly-formed Coalition of St. Athanasius (COSA) has been picked up by a number of media outlets, including many in the traditional Catholic press--the Lepanto Institute in Rome (which translated COSA’s Open Letter into Italian), the Fatima Center, Gloria TVCatholic Family News and others.
 
With the Vatican summit meeting on sexual abuse now just a week away, we here at The Remnant are looking to add our voice to those calling on Pope Francis not to restrict the 4-day conversation to the abuse of minors only but also to address the fundamental issue of homosexuality in the priesthood. In what is expected to be the largest media presence in the Vatican since the last conclave, we believe this summit meeting provides an opportunity for the world's Catholics to make urgent appeal to Rome that this issue finally be taken seriously.
Written by
Monday, February 11, 2019

roberts and kennedyChief Justice John Roberts with Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy in 2017, listening to President Trump's maiden speech to Congress.(Photo: Jack Gruber)

A History of Disappointments

In 1987 Ronald Reagan nominated Anthony Kennedy to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to replace retiring Justice Lewis Powell, a member of the infamous Roe v. Wade majority (7-2). Kennedy, President Ford’s appointee to the Ninth Circuit, was Reagan’s third choice. A firestorm of Democrat opposition had defeated his prior nomination of Robert Bork. Reagan’s second choice, the “moderate conservative” Douglas Ginsburg, was sunk by allegations of marijuana use during college and while a professor at Harvard Law School.

What we got with Kennedy was a justice whose judicial tenor became generally indistinguishable from Powell’s. Indeed, even Powell might cringe at Kennedy’s infamous dictum on the imaginary right to abortion in Casey v. Planned Parenthood, where he joined a bare 5-to-4 majority in refusing to overrule Roe: “At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life. Beliefs about these matters could not define the attributes of personhood were they formed under compulsion of the State.”

--PELOSI and the POPE: Catholics of the New World Order

--How Toxic Femininity Left Us All Isolated and Alone

--CLASH of the CATHOLICS: Davi Blasts Cuomo Abortion Act

--STOP THE BLEEDING: Why Pro-Abort Politicians Must be Expelled from the Catholic Church

--BIG ABORTION IN THE BIG APPLE: Is America's Two-Child Policy Next?


[See more Remnant Articles]