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Michael J. Matt interviews Dr. John Rao -- student of the great Dr. Dietrich von Hildebrand and current president of the Roman Forum (founded by von Hildebrand) -- at the 2017 Summer Symposium on Lake Garda, in Italy. As plans for the 2018 Symposium are finalized, Matt asks Rao: What is this? What's it all about? Whatâ€™s the overall impact of this major traditional Catholic event that now features top notch professors, activists, writers, Vatican journalists, bishops and priests and participants from all over the world. This video is being posted as an accompanying feature to a new RemnantNewspaper.com article by Dr. Rao detailing plans and speakers for the 2018 Summer Symposium.
Father traces the history of Advent observance and tradition, with a special emphasis on the Second Coming of Christ. Plus, Father speaks of a Traditional Catholic Marine who died last week at the age of 26. Father uses this young man as an example of what it means to "put on the armor of Christ."
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From down in the catacombs, Michael Matt addresses recent friendly-fire attacks against The Remnant, arguing that social media is driving us all a little crazy.
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- Sunday is to once again become a day of rest in Poland
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- The Remnant celebrates fifty years in operation
- A 40-year-old video surfaces in The Remnant archive to remind us of how far we've come and how far we still need to go.