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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

(Penned by the son of the famous British novelist, Evelyn Waugh, Reprinted from The Remnant, July 31, 1977)

"If Paul VI excommunicates the Archbishop he will effectively be announcing that he has set up a new Church in rivalry to the old one."

After all the saber rattling and threats to excommunicate Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, leader of the traditionalist faction within the Catholic Church, a curious silence has descended on the Vatican.


Nobody has brought out the traditional bell, book and candle.  No comment has been made of any sort.

The Archbishop’s next move was to celebrate Mass before a crowd of 4,000 in the casino at Nice in the South of France – perhaps he’ll turn up at the Lyceum Ballroom one day.

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Friday, September 26, 2014

A caution to the reader: What follows is a very harsh assessment of the current pontificate. I felt compelled to write it, but no one is compelled to read it. I am nothing and nobody in the great scheme of things, although I am privileged to contribute to the record of a venerable traditional Catholic journal that will surely have its place in the history of these times. I have no illusions that my little lamentations will have any effect on the Pope, for whom I pray each day, or on events in the Church. But at least I, at least The Remnant, at least traditionalists in general will be able say one day, concerning what was done to the Bride of Christ, “Not us. Not us.”

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Here is an inescapable truth that ought to trouble every Catholic: Francis is the first Pope in the history of the Church to be universally lauded by “the rulers of the world of this darkness… the spirits of wickedness in the high places.” (Eph. 6:12) Even Barack Obama, a veritable forerunner of the Antichrist, is “hugely impressed” by Francis. There is no need to demonstrate yet again the copious outpouring of the world’s unprecedented praise for a Roman Pontiff. The world’s love affair with Francis has woven itself into the very Zeitgeist, as any Internet search for the terms “Pope Francis” and “revolution” will reveal. “Woe unto you when all men shall speak well of you! for in the same manner did their fathers to the false prophets.”

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Editor’s Note: This personal remembrance of a great man is something I wrote 10 years ago, days after the death of my friend, Michael Davies, on September 25, 2004. We’re posting it here, unedited from how it first appeared, so obviously some of the dates and chronology mentioned herein are dated by one decade. Younger readers may wonder about the title of this article. For over 30 years Michael Davies wrote a bi-weekly column for The Remnant called, simply, “A Letter from London.” May he rest in peace. MJM


Thirty-three years ago this past June, Michael Davies submitted his first article for publication in these columns. I was five years old at the time. I don’t remember when he wasn’t a vital part of The Remnant family.

For well over three decades his “Letter from London” came in month after month and year after year, keeping thousands of post-Vatican II Catholics informed and encouraged during three of the most turbulent decades in the history of the Church.

--Special Report: Third Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage to Rome

--Has Burke just been freed from Curial restraint by Pope Francis?

--Deconstructing Modernism: Defending Pascendi in 1908

--Traditional Catholic Answers

--Pope Francis marries cohabiting couples: nothing to see here folks… move along

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