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In this edition of The Remnant Underground, Michael explains why the FBI is so obsessed with the Latin Mass movement. Far from fading into obscurity, the Traditional Catholic movement is the talk of the most powerful people on earth, even making its way to the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives this week.

Here’s why the Latin Mass communities pose a threat to the New World Order.  But first, Michael introduces his new granddaughter, Evelyn Pia Marie Matt. 

Michael Matt's video address to the International Symposium held in Tokyo, the theme of which is "Counter-revolution, a medicine for our times."

Indeed, it is a medicine, agrees Michael, but it is also an honor borne out of love.

The lack of catechesis and the disease of ritualism

How was “the Liturgical Revolution” (Michael Davies) possible? How can we explain the fact that a vast majority of priests, bishops and Catholic layman accepted the replacement of the Mass of the Roman Rite, codified by Pope Pius V,  by the Novus Ordo Mass designed by the infamous Archbishop Bugnini and other “experts” under Pope Paul VI?

Those who love the true Catholic Faith know firsthand how lost we would be without it. Through the Catholic Church we have the salutary truths entrusted to it by Our Lord and the Sacraments He instituted. Nothing is more precious than this gift of the Faith that God has given us, and if we truly love another person we would want them to have the same gift.

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“We’re here, we’re queer, we’re coming for your children” – that is what the LGBT folks are shouting in the streets of America. But when a woman in Minnesota tried to defend the children, they called her the hater.

Thirty years ago, Andres Serrano became infamous for photographing a crucifix in a jar of urine, but Pope Francis just invited him to the Vatican. The neo-Catholic useful idiots insist that Francis is just calling for “dialogue.”  What do you think?

Although the issue of modern art and beauty had in general disturbed me for many years, it came to focus in one of my travels to Peru a few years prior to the Covid “pandemic”, when I was invited to partake in what this Catholic group calls a “tertulia” (a gathering where literary or artistic topics are discussed).  The topic for discussion was art and beauty, just what the doctor ordered I thought, as I prepared myself for a treat.  

Friday, July 7, 2023

On Modern Art and Beauty


The things are getting serious. Very serious. If Tucker Carlson says in a video with more than 100 million views that there is physical evidence that could prove the existence of aliens is hidden by the US government,[i] then the matter is truly serious, isn’t it? Furthermore, we cannot omit the fact that in recent years, more and more materials of the same kind have inundated the mass media. But what should we, as Catholics, think about such ‘revelations’?

Although the competition for most heretical and dangerous statements is fierce in the new document from the Synod on Synodality, Instrumentum Laboris, paragraph 20 offers this top contender:

“[A] synodal Church is founded on the recognition of a common dignity deriving from Baptism, which makes all who receive it sons and daughters of God, members of the family of God, and therefore brothers and sisters in Christ, inhabited by the one Spirit and sent to fulfil a common mission.”

Remember the big story about the passenger log of those who traveled to Epstein Island? Remember the big names? Politicians, royalty, movie stars, CEOs — all the movers and shakers in the world being whisked off via Epstein’s Lolita Express (apparently aptly named private jet) to play on the island.

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Covid is finally over. In this edition of The Remnant Underground, Michael Matt discusses VC Day -- victory over Covid – as Young Globalist Leaders fall and even reliably liberal SNL legends mercilessly mock Tony Fauci.

Many questions have arisen about the current “synodal process,” and therefore in order to be of service to Christ’s flock, I would like to address some important points of the Instrumentum Laboris for the October 2023 Session of the Synod on Synodality. This Working Document or Instrumentum appears to undermine the Divine constitution and the Apostolic character of the life and mission of the Catholic Church, substituting for them an invented “synodal church,” inspired predominantly by Protestant, social and anthropocentric categories. Below are several principal areas of concern.