We're All Traditional Catholics NowWritten by Michael J. Matt | Editor
"Popes, as important as they are, come and go; the Word of God endures forever." READ ARTICLE HERE
REMNANT COMMENT: If the Synod on the Family goes as we fear it well might, the one silver lining will be a massive unification of sincere Catholics all over the world. The Remnant is not interested in told-ya-so polemics. The souls (and perhaps even the lives) of all of our children are at stake now.
If we're to survive the coming purge of all things Catholic and if we're to keep the Faith, we need numbers, NOT vindication. The Remnant longs for the day when we can all say, without the slightest whiff of bitterness or animosity: We're all traditional Catholics now!
Michael J. Matt has been an editor of The Remnant since 1990. Since 1994, he has been the newspaper's editor. A graduate of Christendom College, Michael Matt has written hundreds of articles on the state of the Church and the modern world. He is the host of The Remnant Underground and Remnant TV's The Remnant Forum. He's been U.S. Coordinator for Notre Dame de Chrétienté in Paris--the organization responsible for the Pentecost Pilgrimage to Chartres, France--since 2000. Mr. Matt has led the U.S. contingent on the Pilgrimage to Chartres for the last 24 years. He is a lecturer for the Roman Forum's Summer Symposium in Gardone Riviera, Italy. He is the author of Christian Fables, Legends of Christmas and Gods of Wasteland (Fifty Years of Rock ‘n’ Roll) and regularly delivers addresses and conferences to Catholic groups about the Mass, home-schooling, and the culture question. Together with his wife, Carol Lynn and their seven children, Mr. Matt currently resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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