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Michael J. Matt | Editor

St. Mary Parish, the FSSP apostolate in Providence, Rhode Island, was recently featured in a news segment on WPRI, a local Rhode Island station.

The video features interviews with Fr. John Berg, FSSP, pastor of St. Mary’s, and parishioners of the church.

A church which, prior to the arrival of the FSSP in late summer of last year, was facing dwindling attendance and a very real danger of closure. 

One of those interviewed is a parishioner who has been attending St. Mary’s for ten years and saw it go from flourishing to just surviving, and now has witnessed its revival under the administration of the FSSP.

He was a little skeptical of the Latin Mass at first, but now seems to have embraced the liturgy that has drawn faithful from all over the region and filled the pews once again. “It will never close now,” he says with a grateful smile. 

REMNANT COMMNET: In case anyone has somehow failed to notice, the FSSP apostolates are booming all across this country. The story is always the same: Church scheduled to be shuttered, flourishes after traditional fraternity takes over.  

It's the exact same story with the Church of All Saints here in Minneapolis. The parish was all but dead a few years ago. The FSSP came in and now the place is teeming with young families, two priests, some nuns, a huge home-school co-op and hundreds of faithful refugees, in desperate search for what Holy Mother Church has been offering her children for almost two thousand years.

This is fast becoming a traditional Catholic national revival.

God is good, and this thing is far from over. 

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As The Remnant’s various expansion projects (which your support of The Remnant has financed) move forward, I’m pleased to announce the completion of one of them: Our new website for the Official U.S. Chapter of the Pilgrimage to Chartres, France, is now live and online.

The Paris/Chartres Pilgrimage is a three-day walk from Paris to Chartres, France. Pilgrims are organized into "chapters" of 20-60 pilgrims. This famous pilgrimage--walked by saints (such as Joan of Arc) and kings (such as Louis IX)--is actually the first sixty-five miles of the old French starting point on the great Camino de Santiago de Compostela (in Spain).

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"We grew up in the shadows of the steeple." - Bruce Springsteen

In this RTV Short, one of the most popular rock stars in the world says some surprising things about the old Latin Mass, the nuns, Catholic education, and how his early Catholic formation influenced his life.

Please understand, this is not an homage to 'The Boss', one of the music industry's premier champions of liberal causes. This is about the impact of the Revolution of Vatican II, not just on Springsteen but on his entire generation, who watched as the Church in her human element auto-destructed before their eyes.

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From the Editor's Desk, Michael J. Matt takes a hard look at new initiatives to shut down the Church in Poland, Spain and Ireland. He then examines Pope Francis's response and concludes that what is needed is what he calls "Practical Application of Traditional Catholicism." Michael argues that, even as a good man like Jordan Peterson is making great arguments against the evil secularist spirit of the age, it's nevertheless doomed to fail if said arguments are not rooted on the single most important even in human history--the Incarnation of Jesus Christ -- a historical figure who really lived, really died, and really rose from the dead to found the greatest civilization in human history. Michael announces a new chapter in Remnant TV's war on secularism and the establishment of a new world order.

The Catholic Identity Conference will be back in November 2019!

This year’s theme: TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC RESTORATION: The World’s Last Chance

In anticipation of a record-setting turnout, we’ve moved to a larger venue, a Pittsburgh airport hotel, and we’ve already locked in Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Chorbishop Anthony Spinosa, LifeSite’s Rome reporter, Diane Montagna, as well as our priestly brother in arms, Father Gregory Pendergraft as speakers. (The full roster for the CIC 2019 will be announced in the next issue of The Remnant.)

In the meantime, mark your calendars for November 1-3, 2019. For more information, or to register online, visit CatholicIdentityConference.org

We hope to see you there!

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He will rarely bless the faithful, preferring instead to wave at them or wrap them up in a bear hug...

He makes fun of altar boys folding their hands. . .

He won't kneel in front of the Blessed Sacrament. . . 

He won't wear the shoes of the fisherman...

He won't live in the papal apartments...

And now he won't allow Catholics to receive the indulgence that comes with kissing the papal ring...

PUBLICATION NOTICE: The March 31st issue of The Remnant Newspaper is in the mail.

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The March 31st Remnant Newspaper includes brilliant new writers and barnburner contribuitions from some of your favorite bylines:

Michael J. Matt...
                            Destroying the Church on Purpose

Roberto de Mattei...
                            The Miracle of the Palazzo Massimo, Then and Now

Hilary White... 
                            Learning to Pray with Tears (Part II)

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Christopher Ferrara... 
                           Thank God for Francis! (What We've Learned from Jorge Bergoglio)

Elizabeth Yore...
                           The Unsustainable Papacy

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                            Catholic, Martyr, Aristocrat: Monsignor Vladimir Ghika (1873 - 1954)

Clare Wilson... 
                           Charity for the Whole Man: Reflections on the Works of Mercy

Chris Jackson... 
                           LOOKING DOWN THE ROAD: How Will This Crisis End?

Paul De Marco... 
                           FATIMA: The Message from Heaven that Could Still Save the World

Father Celatus... 
                           Brer Bergoglio and the Briar Patch Gospel

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PUBLICATION NOTICE: The March 31st issue of The Remnant Newspaper is in the mail.

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The Remnant like you've never seen it before...

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The March 31st Remnant Newspaper includes brilliant new writers and barnburner contribuitions from some of your favorite bylines:

Michael J. Matt...
                            Destroying the Church on Purpose

Roberto de Mattei...
                            The Miracle of the Palazzo Massimo, Then and Now

Hilary White... 
                            Learning to Pray with Tears (Part II)

Christopher Ferrara... 
                           Thank God for Francis! (What We've Learned from Jorge Bergoglio)

Elizabeth Yore...
                           The Unsustainable Papacy

Robert Lazu... 
                            Catholic, Martyr, Aristocrat: Monsignor Vladimir Ghika (1873 - 1954)

Clare Wilson... 
                           Charity for the Whole Man: Reflections on the Works of Mercy

Chris Jackson... 
                           LOOKING DOWN THE ROAD: How Will This Crisis End?

Paul De Marco... 
                           FATIMA: The Message from Heaven that Could Still Save the World

Father Celatus... 
                           Brer Bergoglio and the Briar Patch Gospel

Proving the Dems will play dirty in their efforts to run Trump out of the White House, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just got busted for failing to report $1 million of campaign cash with which she secured her win in the midterm elections.

From LawEnforecmentToday.com:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her Chief of Staff were just quietly removed from their role as board members on the PAC Justice Democrats, reported the Daily Caller.

The action comes shortly after a complaint was filed with the FEC alleging that she and Saikat Chakrabarti committed campaign finance violations that helped her win the 2018 midterm elections.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her Chief of Staff could be facing multiple civil penalties or even jail time due to an investigation into whether she hid control of an outside PAC that helped solidify her win in the 2018 midterm elections.

According to the Daily Caller, Ocasio-Cortez and Saikat Chakrabarti gained majority control of the Justice Democrats PAC in late 2017. Ocasio-Cortez and Chakrabarti were officially taken off the Justice Democrats’ board on March 15, according to a corporate document to the Washington, D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, The Daily Caller stated.

REMNANT COMMENT: "It appears Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her associates ran an off-the-books operation to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars, thus violating the foundation of all campaign finance laws: transparency." - Tom Anderson, Director of the National Legal and Policy Center's Government Integrity Project

Well, yes, but let's not forget how this little performer got her gig in the first place: she literally tried out for the part...

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The March 15th issue includes exciting coverage of the Vatican’s recent Summit on the sex abuse crisis:

  • Michael Matt’s exposé of the Vatican’s Green New Deal: Resisting Francis To His Face
  • Hilary White explores the life of prayer: Learning to Pray With Tears
  • Fr. Celatus asks of the Church’s hierarchy: What Came First: Lavender Mafia or Apostasy?
  • Enthusiastic newcomer Damien Peterson coaches us on: How to Survive the Coming War

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Plus, Michael Davies at his finest in “Remnants from the Past” breaks it down for us: On the Present Position of the Traditionalist Movement: Ten Years After Summorum Pontificum

Also included: Another installment of Jason Moragn’s “Letters from Screwtape U”, A WWII story within an all-women’s concentration camp, and a surprise connection from a Remnant reader to the WWII heroine, Sophie Scholl.

sophie schollSophia Magdalena Scholl, a girl who challenged the Nazi Regime (9 May 1921 – 22 February 1943)

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