Dr. Peter Kwasniewski Responds to Bishop Christensen’s Ban on Ad Orientem Mass

The coronavirus crisis—to whatever extent real or exaggerated—seems, as with all crises, to be bringing out the best and the worst in people. Unfortunately, with a few exceptions like Bishop Strickland, it seems to be bringing out the worst in our bishops. The Catholic world is moving day by day into a growing sacramental blackout … Read more

Pope Francis’s Hermeneutic of Anti-Continuity

Pope Francis’s Christmas address of December 21—the traditional feast of the doubting Thomas the Apostle and of the Ember Saturday of Advent—is exactly the antithesis of the famous “hermeneutic of continuity” address delivered by Pope Benedict XVI on December 22, 2005. In that speech, Ratzinger (successfully or unsuccessfully) tried to reconnect the postconciliar experiment with … Read more

The Catholic Obligation to Resist

Editor’s Note: This talk, a powerful call to arms for the ages, was delivered at the launch of a new book-length interview of Bishop Athanasius Schneider in Rome. The book that covers everything from Vatican II, to Archbishop Lefebvre’s role in the resistance and even the role of Freemasonry. In the middle of the Amazon Synod, … Read more

Boycott Peter’s Pence on June 30, 2019

DrudgeReport headlines scream “Pope Funds Caravan” or “Border Battle: Pope Funds Caravan.” The Vatican wires half a million dollars from Peter’s Pence to aid the illegal immigrant caravan marching over the southern border of the United States. Attention Catholics! Pencil in June 30, 2019 on your church calendar. It signifies this year’s collection day for … Read more

Bruce Springsteen: My (Catholic) Hometown

In this Remnant TV 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 … Read more

How to Fight the Coming War

When it comes to heretical priests and bishops that we have the misfortune of coming into contact with we MUST, no, we HAVE THE DUTY to make certain that they consider having come into contact with US a misfortune. The days of showing the clergy respect as a universal rule have come and gone. Even … Read more