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This month The Remnant Newspaper introduced a brand new column called "Ask Father". Send your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

With special thanks to Fr. Joseph Wilson, we'd like to give you a glimpse into America's oldest Traditional Catholic periodical:

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In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael talks about miracles and signs of hope all around us now. Pope Francis canceled Bishop Joseph Strickland without accusing him of committing a single crime. How’d he get away with it? Well, tyrants gonna tyrant.
Careful, Franics, the whole world is watching.

Plus, fantastic news! Turns out, Canada never forced anyone to get vaccinated. “Cross my heart and hope to die,” says the Little Ferret. (I wonder how many boosters that guy has gotten so far … seems to be affecting his memory.)

She’s heaven’s newest little saint, but before they killed Indi Gregory, she saved her father’s soul. Finding God in the darkness of a UK hospital.

Plus, Hell just froze over! Jordan Peterson talks about the power of the Rosary.

 Looks like God’s coming back, and he’s bringing hell with him.

Last night I watched Sean Hannity for the first time in more than a year. As I watched, I was reminded of the build-up to the Rwandan genocide back in 1994. It took place in a predominantly Christian country, between the Hutus and the Tutsis.

In this episode of The Remnant Underground, host Michael J. Matt comments on various aspects of a new Reign of Terror – from the Francis removing Bishop Strickland, to massive victories for pro-abort Americans, to war crimes in the Holy Land.

But, there’s good news, too – the WEF co-founder calls for the arrest of Klaus Schwab, Elon Musk unloads on Covid “cures” that did more harm than good, one of the WEF’s Global Leader of the Tomorrow apologies for supporting lockdowns, the UN Sec Gen Gutters sounds the alarm that the UN Sustainable Development Goals are on life support.

Plus, high-profile cardinals and bishops in Rome engage in massive pushback against Francis, the Synod on Synodality, and the Vatican/Davos alliance.

This thing ain’t over, friends. God will not be mocked.

The Holy See Press Office announced today that Pope Francis has removed Bishop Strickland as Bishop of Tyler and replaced him in the interim with Bishop Joe Vásquez of Austin. 

Cardinal DiNardo wrote this statement of "explanation":

Cardinal DiNardo Statement

This is total war. Francis is a clear and present danger not only to Catholics the world over but also to the whole world itself. It appears now that he is actively trying to bury fidelity to the Church of Jesus Christ. If this is so, let him be anathema.

God bless you, Your Excellency. We stand with you now and, please God, for all eternity.

Here is the last tweet of Bishop Strickland as Bishop of Tyler, written the night before his dismissal: 

"Rejoice always that…no matter what the day brings Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth and the Life, yesterday, today and forever. May the saints and the Blessed Virgin Mary always inspire us to return to Christ no matter how we may wander into darkness. Jesus is Light from Light."

“¡Viva Cristo Rey!”: Bishop Strickland Addresses the CIC 2023

Below you will find all of RTV's videos from the final week of the Synod from Hell. Did it succeed? Did it crash and burn?

Included are glimpses into the highest-profile Catholic resistance movement in 50 years, and the Rosetta Stone to decode the entire Synodal agenda:

New from RTV...

In this Special Post-Synod Report, Michael J. Matt discusses the latest news out of Rome that Pope Francis is considering a new “reform” that would “synodalize” future papal conclaves by giving lay men and women a vote in choosing future popes.

In helping us understand what this is really all about, Michael travels to the largest catacomb in Rome – the Domitilla Catacomb – the setting for an event that took place in November of 1965, when 45 Council Fathers of Vatican II signed an oath to transform the Catholic Church into something that would present no obstacle whatsoever to the rise of a future new global political order and a one world religion.

New from RTV...

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.

New from RTV...

(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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