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Michael J. Matt and Thomas More From the Editor’s Desk…The “Synod on the Family” and the Fate of the Church. Despite the fact that it is already mid- October, Rome is heating up. In the midst of the so-called Synod on the Family, scandal after scandal continue to rend the Rock. And, through the cracks the ugly core of heretical hierarchical real politik becomes ever more apparent to the faithful.
Father Michael Rodriguez A Blueprint for Returning to and Restoring Tradition. PART II Many thanks to Father Rodriguez for his kind permission to print the following transcript of his excellent talk at this year’s Catholic Identity Conference.
Christopher A. Ferrara Coming Soon to a Neo- Catholic Blog Near You... Defending Homosexual 'Complementarity'
Thomas McFadden Heart, Give Me Thy Son A Vocation Story Update. Editor’s Note: I’m grateful to my old college friend, Tom McFadden, for penning another beautiful reflection on the meaning of vocation and especially the religious life with his son, John, making his first profession this week. If you’ve ever wondered about the joys and the sorrows of “losing” a child to the religious life, this article is for you. MJM
Cecelia M. Matt Bishop Schneider Comes to Christendom His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider delivered a magnificent talk here at Christendom College today on the unchangeable truths of marriage and the family.
Father Ladis J. Cizik Traditional Latin Mass 101: Te igitur…
Andres Clarendon Sts. Louis and Zélie Martin A Model for Today’s Family Life
Vincent Chiarello The Remnant on the Road…The Martyrs’ Shrine and Museum, Nagasaki
An Interview of Fr. Renzo DeLuca
Lives of the Saints A Sonnet to St Athanasius
Father Celatus The Last Word… Be a Sinner, and Sin Boldly!Welcome to Rome's Piazza Martin Lutero! Question: Why is the Vatican helping to give this heretic, anti-Semite the last laugh?
The Remnant Speaks Letters to the Editor: Greetings from Prison; On the Synod; Greetings from Sweden; Greetings from Ireland; Wake Up and Smell the Heresy; Will He Find Faith?
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