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PUBLICATION NOTICE: May 15, 2017 Print/E-edition of The Remnant 

The May 15 issue of the Print Edition of The Remnant is in the mail, but you can access the identical E-edition online right now by SUBSCRIBING to the oldest Traditional Catholic newspaper in the world. 

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May is the Month of Mary

Michael J. Matt ...From the Editor's Desk...
Remnant News Roundup

Glenn Beck follow-up, off to Chartres, Gardone promo, and a new positive feature introduced to Remnant print subscribers...To Read, SUBSCRIBE 


Susan Claire Potts, Ph. D. 
50 Years After Vatican II, Are You Still Catholic?
(Take the Quiz)

Look around at our Catholic world. Do you ever wonder why Tradition isn’t taking hold? Why the power and beauty of the Mass of the Ages is not enflaming hearts everywhere? Why don’t people speak the language of Faith? Have you noticed that, even among those holding fast to Sacred Tradition, there is a reluctance to talk like a Catholic?  Have you even noticed a certain superficiality in matters of religion? Have you wondered why?…To Read the Full Story, SUBSCRIBE 

Hilary White 
I’m Afraid of Martyrdom

guiding the knife PerpetuaSt. Perpetua guides the executioner's sword

We’re given opportunities every day. Not of martyrdom by wild beasts, at least not most of us in the 1st world, but by the thousand daily opportunities for little, hidden martyrdoms that come along with ordinary life. We’re given this failure, this weakness, this mistake, this moment of decision right here and now, to turn to Christ, in our daily desperation... Read the article online HERE

Olivia Rao, Correspondent, Washington, DC 
Archbishop Celebrates TLM at National Shrine in Washington

Sample mass 4From left to right: Fr. Josef Bisig, FSSP; Archbishop Alexander Sample; Fr. Gregory Pendergraft, FSSP

Read the report online HERE


St. John of Capistrano Catholic Heroes…

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Before there was the uprising in the Vendee, there was the Siege of Belgrade; an invasion by 160,000 Ottoman Turks against 4,000 Christian knights… and 30,000 peasants and farmers armed only with the tools of their trade. They burst into battle behind the fiery old monk from Capistrano, who wielded only a crucifix, who cried “Jesus” with every step, and who flew at the fearsome janissaries with supernatural courage and conviction. They answered his ardent call to crusade. They saved Hungary for Christendom.

Who was the monk? To read the story, SUBSCRIBE 


Michael Matt …This Week…
Moloch Loses a Round: Iowa Governor Signs Historic Anti-Abortion Law

Pray for Governor Kim Reynolds, as the demons will be all over her now. Is any politician in America able to stand up against Hell? We're going to find out, I guess. .…Read the Article online HERE


Andrew Senior …The Remnant’s Poetry Corner…
Grapes of Wrath

light brigadeRode the six hundred...

A good just war brings out the best in men, allowing them to become heroes on the stage of the world. When the order of Knights Templar was founded, St. Bernard said it was an opportunity for men to unite the two greatest professions in the world, the monk and the soldier… To Read the Feature, SUBSCRIBE

Vincent Chiarello …A Remnant Book Review…
by Carlos Eire


To set the stage for the rest of the book, Eire begins in his Preface to describe pre-Luther Europe, often called “medieval,” or “the Age of Faith,” although Eire reminds his readers, “that is not to say that Europeans were necessarily pious.” In these introductory pages, he takes the reader on a guided tour, explaining the factors and personalities which led to the culmination at Wittenberg Cathedral in October, 1517. Along the way, he poses a fundamental question of a historian: “Should so much change be attached to one person and one event?” …To Read the Article, SUBSCRIBE


Teresa Marie Moreau
Pioneers of the Underground Church in China

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“My Dear Father and Mother, I am just after finishing my retreat at Hanyang and I got safely back to this diocese up here. I think it is more correct to call it a diocese than a parish. I said safely, and lest a little account of my adventures which you will see in the Far East probably later on might frighten you, I shall tell you all.

“I was in a little steamboat on the way to Hanyang when it was suddenly attacked by brigands…”  To Read what happened to Fr. Leonard, SUBSCRIBE


Father Celatus ...The Last Word…
May is Mary’s Month:
May We Keep the Faith, Forever Devoted to Her

For us as traditional Catholics, this season and the month of May in particular are rich in spiritual blessings as well, as we continue to celebrate the Resurrection of Christ in this Easter Season and honor the Blessed Mother. Saint Athanasius and Saint Pius V, pray for us, that we may remain strong and steadfast in the Catholic Faith! To Read the Full Feature, SUBSCRIBE


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Marian Apparitions Against Sedevacantism

And more…

Remnant Tours News

Remnant Tours leaves for France next Wednesday, May 16.

The 2018 Remnant pilgrimage to France and Fatima, after the Chartres walking Pilgrimage, is sold out. However, anyone wishing to walk with the official U.S. Chapter from Paris to Chartres over Pentecost weekend, can still register with Remnant Tours: HERE

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