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A New Remnant Cartoon
Michael J. Matt
From the Editor's Desk...
So we can add de facto approval of public adultery to the long list of gifts given to the Church by the Spirit of Vatican II. Bishop Athanasuis Schneider emerges as our last best hope…To Read, SUBSCRIBE
Lent and Fasting
Limiting ourselves to what is absolutely essential and necessary in an attitude of dignified, deliberate simplicity is a formula for patience and tolerance; it is an opportunity to acknowledge and emphasize our need for God’s assistance and mercy, placing our complete trust in His affectionate providence; it is a prescription for salvation… To Read the Full Story SUBSCRIBE
Dr. Jesse Russel, Ph.D.
Neo-Catholic Attacks Christendom College
Intro by Michael J. Matt…Read this article right now HERE
Vincent Chiarello …A Remnant Book Review…
The Monks of War by Desmond Seward
“The three greatest military Orders, the Templars, the Hospitallers and the Teutonic Knights, were founded in the 12th century, an earlier renaissance which saw the birth of Gothic architecture, the zenith of papal monarchy, and the intellectual revolution that would culminate with Aquinas. Perhaps the most outstanding figure was the Cistercian monk, Bernard of Clairvaux, last of the Fathers of the Western Church.”
So begins Seward’s description of the formation of those military religious Orders...To Read the Full Book Review, SUBSCRIBE
NEW REGULAR FEATURE by Andrew Senior …The Remnant’s Poetry Corner…
Keep Calm and Ponder What Matters
In a recent issue of The Remnant some wonderful poems appeared, by Kipling and Yeats. How admirable and how fitting! Only in The Remnant will one find faithful Catholic apologetics, and good polemics, as well as beautiful art and literature presented together. Well, here it is…To Read the Full Story, SUBSCRIBE
Heroic Catholic Women...
Dhuoda: The Mother Who Wrote a Handbook for Her Son
At the time, the world seemed a precarious and chaotic place. Bernard battled his enemies, the empire continued to be riven by a civil war and, all the more alarming, came a succession of Viking raids from the north and Moorish incursions from the south. Family life was a luxury for another generation. In Dhuoda’s written instruction for William the reader can sense a woman struggling to project a sense of order on a world that seemed bereft of it, while immortalizing all her most valued truths. “I am somewhat ill at ease,” she writes in her introduction, “and eager to be useful to you … Even though I am absent in body, this little book will be present.” ...To Read the Full Story SUBSCRIBE
Dr. Boyd D. Cathey
Celebrating Lee Day While Thousands of Women Go Marching to Hell
Those women I saw yesterday, and the millions of other Americans like them, are modern revolutionaries, and, to use Chesterton’s parable, are lunatics, “already outside the world of reason,” whose unrestrained rage to destroy is only matched by their profound inability to create anything of real and lasting value.…To Read the Full Story SUBSCRIBE
It’s The End of the World as We Know It (But, no, that doesn’t allow us to quit)
There's work to be done, and it's not all about the next big scandal out of Rome. The Rule of St. Benedict, for example -- a document that has served for the sanctification of thousands upon thousands of people through every imaginable vicissitude of human life -- made not a single reference to what was going on in the world at the time it was written. These great and memorable historical movements which the young Benedict was witness to, made not one iota of difference to the task immediately at hand....To Read the Full Story, SUBSCRIBE
Riding the Bus: Evangelical Poverty in the Modern World
There are no lepers who ride the Spokane Transit Authority, so I cannot imitate St. Francis in his exact actions. However, I can sit beside an unwashed but friendly man and ask him about the child he holds, rather than yield to the temptation to pull my scarf over my nose, take out my phone, and hide inside the impenetrable bubble of myself...To Read the Full Story, SUBSCRIBE
Father Celatus ...The Last Word…
Another Great Big Bowl of Francisflakes— Nuts in Every Bite!
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