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This Week’s Featured Article…
15,000 March from Paris to Chartres
Plus, Personal Reflections from the U.S. Pilgrims
Michael J. Matt/Thomas More In the Spirit of Neville Chamberlain
Amoris Laetitia’s attempt to appease the forces of secularism will be worth to secular society about as much as the Munich Agreement was to the Nazis.
Christopher A. Ferrara Moments of Grace on the Road to Chartres
To walk the road to Chartres, especially under the growing limitations of advancing age, is to be reminded with every step of what Augustine called the “magna cogitatio”—the great thought, the thought of eternity, where our end becomes our beginning.
Toni McCarthy The New Mass 101 -- Is the Novus Ordo an Unworthy Sacrifice to God?
Is King Saul the forerunner to Annibale Bugnini--Father of the New Mass? Did the architects of the Novus Ordo break a covenant with Almighty God?
Bishop Fulton Sheen On the End of Christendom
Alan Scott The Quest for Virtue… This Is the Moment That Matters
A REMNANT APOLOGETICS SERIES What Heretics Believe –
This week, it’s the Baptists. Ironically enough, in the Baptist denomination, baptism plays no role in salvation; it is rather an outward expression of the inward change that has already taken place. Go figure!
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Lives of the Saints St. Vladimir the Great
So which saint had hundreds of concubines, multiple wives from around the world, so many children that everyone lost count, and an army of pagans? That would be St. Vladimir of Kiev.
Christopher D. Murphy On Popes and Cardinal Pecksniffs
On how we Catholics are called by Our Lady of Fatima to be as so many Mark Tapleys in Dickens’ famous novel, working for the cure of the Pecksniffs that are in the Church.
Timothy J. Cullen Jam Lucis Orto Sídere: An Imagining
What will the Carthusians of the future look like when they help to restore the Church? Yes, that day is coming. . . it’s merely a question of when.
Vincent Chiarello A Remnant Book Review…
The Voices of Morebath: Reformation and Rebellion in An English Village, by Eamon Duffy
Avellina Balestri Preserving Catholic Literary Tradition. . . Scour the Horse Anew
An Analysis of G.K. Chesterton’s Epic Poem “The Ballad of the White Horse”
Father Celatus The Last Word… A Papal Ponzi Scheme
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