Michael J. Matt From the Editor’s Desk: Home Schooling: The Catholic Frontline. A frank discussion on why many Christian parents believe it to be not only a good option but the BEST option. The Christian family is under universal attack—so, says Mr. Matt, there is no better place from which to fight back and save the family than the home school.
Hilary White Facing Days of Darkness: (and keeping the old Faith) More people are asking, what are we going to do when Pope Francis or the national bishops’ conference or the local bishop, orders all the priests to formally and publicly declare that they are willing to desecrate the Holy Eucharist? So, what are you going to do?
Rev. Leonard Goffine Traditional Latin Mass 101: The Traditional Latin Mass: A Reenactment of Christ’s Last Days on Earth. 200 Years ago he wrote: “Latin must be retained because vernacular is always subjected to changes, would give rise to false interpretations, diminish reverence for the Most Holy Sacrifice, and might endanger the faith itself.” Hmmmm, do you think he might have been had a point?
Catholic Action Alert Viva Cristo Rey: Support Traditional Catholic Restoration in Mexico
Tess Mullins Charity Must Reign Supreme: Even in the Catacombs. Are we really winning when FSSP and SSPX kids refuse to even play volleyball together?
Jesse Russell, Ph.D. What Pope Francis’ Favorite Film May Say About Pope Francis? Traditional Catholics (aka Catholic Catholics) are like the pastor’s family in Babette’s Feast: they are, uptight, scrupulous curmudgeons who read The Remnant, breed like rabbits, and do not have cable TV.
Timothy J. Cullen Night Fire. The day may not be far off when priests who preach and practice authentic Catholicism will become so few and far between that until such time as the Church returns to sanity, those who hold fast to the Faith in more than name may be forced to rely in large measure on meditation and prayer to keep the night fire burning.
Peter WildersCreating a World Without God - What is wrong with theistic evolution? After all, most people in the Church don’t think there is anything wrong with it. It is taught to future priests in the seminaries and the Curia raises no objection. So, by inference, the faithful assume that the Church authorities have done their homework. Right?
David Martin Cardinal Marx: “We are not a subsidiary of Rome”
Shane Schaetzel Pope Francis and the Blood of St. Januarius – What can it possibly mean?
Press Release Hundreds of Priests in England and Wales Urge Vatican Synod to End Confusion over Marriage and Sexuality
David Lane Arrogance - A new poem from The Remnant
Daniel Schwindt Catholic Social Teaching 101: What is Liberalism and what does the Church really say about it?
John Salza: Salza vs. Akin: “Nine Things Jimmy Doesn’t Know About Fatima”
Michael J. Matt A Tale of Two Popes - Pope Pius XI vs. Pope Francis: Which One Shall We Believe?
John Rao A View from Rocco’s… The End of History and the Reign of Francis (Can Believers Escape Their Country Club Existence?)
Vincent Chiarello A Remnant Book Review - The Christian Century in Japan, 1549-1651, by Charles R. Boxer
Father Celatus The Last Word… The Cock Just Crowed – Twice. Goodbye, Bishop of Rome Francis.
The Remnant Speaks Long Live King Richard III, Traditionalist Catholic; Surviving the Three Days of Darkness; Collect Yourself, Francis; Would Archbishop Lefebvre Remain Silent Today? Has the SSPX Allied Itself with Michael Voris when it comes to Criticisms of Francis? To the So-Called “Resistance”: Question, What Pray Tell, Are You Resisting? On Peter Wilders and Theistic Evolution
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