Cardinal News: Burke banished, Wuerl wins, Kasper caves (on public adultery). Meanwhile, the 'Godmother of Punk" and Sister Cristina get invited by the Pope to come and perform at the Vatican. In heaven's name, what is going on in Rome!
The Remnant Underground takes the next step. From a catacomb under construction, Michael Matt discusses the future of the Underground, the building of a post-President Hillary RTV network, before going topside for an interview of Dr. Alan Keyes.
Michael Matt takes a hard look at the George Soros-backed Women's March in D.C., New York, London, Rome and all around the world--and asks the question: What are they really protesting and what does it mean for our country and for all of us? What happens if Trump loses in 2020? And what's with the little reddish hats? Do these not harken back to "les bonnet rouges"--the red "liberty hats" worn by the terrorists who beheaded Catholic France back in 1789? What's the connection? Why do these women hate us President Trump? Why do they hate pro-lifers? Plus, what does their rabid defense of partial-birth abortion reveal about the end of our civilization? Please Support The Remnant Underground: http://www.theremnantunderground.org
Another sacrilegious scandal at a big papal pep really--this time in Manila. Why is the Vicar treated like God, while God is treated like a bag of Doritos? What part does the institutionalized abuse of Communion in the hand play in this ongoing outrage?
Father uses St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians and the story of Jesus and the ten lepers as foundation for his discussion of the Old Law and a pharisaical approach to the Gentiles. Is St. Paul’s anger at the Judaizers the same as the anger many critics today express against Traditional Catholics-- those they accuse of being the new Judaizers for insisting on restoring the Old Latin Mass, the old moral theology and the rest of the traditions of the Church? What do you think?
Our Sunday Sermon for the Fourth Sunday in Advent tackles the question of St. John the Baptist harboring doubts that Christ was God. Did you know that? Either did Father, and yet Pope Francis seems to think he did. What do you think?
Michael J. Matt takes a look at some startling statistics regarding violence in schools, the dropout rate, a rising police presence, metal detectors, guard dogs and all the rest of the measures being taken to prevent kids from killing each other in the classrooms.