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The night before leaving the Vatican, Michael Matt offers a final thought on a Synod that was marked by astronomical stupidity. Is this the end, or just the beginning? Did Team Francis lose big, or is that what they want us to think? Michael reports from beneath the colonnade in the Piazza San Pietro.

Dear Francis,

We write to you as fellow sinners, in great need of God’s mercy. In various ways — especially through your Synod on Synodality and persistent opposition to proselytism — you have asked Catholics to have respect for all baptized Christians and their particular religious beliefs. This openness to the religious beliefs of others encourages us to explain our religion to you.

We are Catholics who believe the same truths, and retain the same religious devotions, that all Catholics enjoyed prior to Vatican II. We often call ourselves Traditional Catholics, while others refer to us as rigid and backward.

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(Rome, October 31, 2023) Michael J. Matt addresses the Rome Life Forum and provides the Rosetta Stone for interpreting what the Synod on Synodality is really all about.

The Synod's final document punts the discussion of female ordination into 2024, and never even mentions the term "LGBTQ+ people". Why is this? Is it a victory... or exactly on schedule? This was, they claim, the Synod on SYNODALITY. Which means, of course, that the process of synodal listening and "journeying together in the Spirit" was, in fact, the whole point. The other take away? Everything is on the table still for the 2024 synod meetings next October. 

So, how to navigate the next year of synodal pathways and mission? First, you have to understand it, and to do that, Michael explains how the Synod actually dates back to Vatican II, specifically the close of the Council when 40 Council fathers went down into the catacombs and took an oath to destroy the Church of Christ the King and to build the “church of the poor.” How is that working out so far, Eminences?

This is it! This is the foundation stone of the entire Synod.

 

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On October 30, Catholic leaders presented to the media condemnations of the Synod on Synodality’s departure from the teachings of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Holy Scriptures.

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In this latest special report from Rome, Michael Matt interviews His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider in an up front and personal conversation.  So, what about this Synodal plan to “bless gay unions?” No, says Bishop Schneider, asking God to bless a sinful lifestyle is BLASPHEMY! 

But who is Bishop Schneider? And how does he justify standing against Pope Francis and his Synod? He grew up behind the Iron Curtain, where practicing the Catholic faith was against the law and where Catholics had to practice their religion in secret. As a young boy, His Excellency was obliged to received his First Holy Communion in secret, lest the KGB should arrest his parents and his priest for daring to practice the Catholic religion.  How does this relate to what is happening now, in the Church of Pope Francis?

This is Bishop Schneider as you’ve never seen him before. Who is the man, and why does he speak of the underground Church? What does he think about Pope Francis and the Synod on Synodality? How are faithful Catholics expected to resist the spirit of the Synod?  Where do we do from here?

From the rooftops of Rome, this is a personal interview of one of the last bishops in the Church today who has the courage to resist.

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In this special report from Rome, Michael Matt shouts the words of Pius XI into the night sky over the streets of the Vatican – words that anathemized the Synod on Synodality over 90 years ago.

It was part of Michael’s informal discussion of the ecumenical engine that drives the Synod on Synodality – an engine which was condemned many times by Francis’s predecessors but most specifically by Mortalium Animos in 1928.  No wonder the Synod Fathers and “Mothers” never talk about anything the Church taught before Vatican II. They can’t, because that teaching condemns Francis’s entire Synodal misadventure.

Also in this show, don’t miss a cameo appearance from heresiarch, Father Timothy Radcliffe, OP, who at 80 years old has finally learned how to listen.

Mortalium Animos by Pope Pius XI: https://www.vatican.va/content/pius-xi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xi_enc_19280106_mortalium-animos.html

Michael Matt in Rome attends another Vatican press conference and challenges a Synodal Father on the question of whether the Synodal Church still believes it is necessary for anyone to become a Catholic.

Plus, Michael attends the launch of Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s new catechism.

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Some surprising good news out of Rome: A Synod father stands with Latin Mass Catholics and totally undermines the foundations of Traditionis Custodes.

Michael J. Matt covers today’s Synod press conference, in which several Synod officials attempt to explain what “synodality” means.

“Living Tradition bobs along like a cork through the stream of evolving dogma. What a pleasant euphemism for the old heresy of dogmatic historicism.” (Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, One Hundred Years of Modernism)

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In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael Matt wonders what is going to happen to the Palestinian Christians as 1.1 million Palestinians are told to evacuate their homes. Will the last Christians finally be driven out of the land of Christ’s birth?

Pope Francis promotes another Jesuit heretic to a prestigious curial position, as Archbishop Cordileone’s biggest critic is honored with a private audience. Whoopi Goldberg meets with Francis, thanks him on behalf of her gay friends, and then explains to the ladies of “The View” why the Latin Mass had to go. Just a coincidence, or is this is a SYNODAL moment?

Although baptized, we still fall ill. Although baptized, we feel the relentless attacks of concupiscence. Although baptized, we suffer the vicissitudes of a life subjected to sin. And, most importantly, although baptized, we are subject to death. If Adam and Eve, before the fall, were not touched by any of the evils of this life, how can we say that, through the Holy Sacrament of Baptism, “We are somewhat already in Paradise”? It is time to answer, as much as possible, this challenging question.

In order to do this, we need to reflect, using as vivid and expressive imagery as possible, on the human condition before the fall, so that we can contemplate our situation after the fall. Only when these aspects are clarified, can we revisit the topic of Holy Baptism and discuss the effects it has on those saved “by the laver of regeneration” (Titus 3:5).