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An Exclusive Remnant Interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Remnant columnist, Vincent Chiarello, sits down with the Justice and chats about everything from his family roots in Sicily, his Catholic school education, the state of the Church in Europe vs. America, the US Constitution, and the Catholic Mass....To read this article please subscribe to The Remnant



Michael J. Matt Stand Fast and Hold to Tradition On Fast Canonizations and a Controversial Beatification.



Alberto Carosa Rome Correspondent An Interview with the President and CEO of the Alliance Defending Freedom. Christians are fighting back but the major media are ignoring our victories in courtrooms all across the world. Why?



Christopher A. Ferrara What Exactly Is a Traditionalist? The neo-Catholic establishment continues its confident march past the point of no return, explaining away all evidence of disaster while patronizing traditionalists as diehard connoisseurs of nostalgia.  Really, what is their problem?



Chris Jackson On Surviving the Canonizations: Where do we stand?



Brian Mershon  Resurrexit! Sicut Dixit! Alleluia! Paschaltide is a blessing: An Octave of Easter Meditation.



 Timothy J. Cullen The Catholic Arts What is “art”? More often than not, “art” in the English-speaking world is colloquially considered to be synonymous with visual art, painting and sculpture in particular. Upon further consideration, however, one realizes that this is far too restrictive a definition.



John Bishop What Must Catholics Believe? An Open Letter to Pope Francis.



Dr. John Rao A View from Rocco’s... Who Are We To Judge? The question “who am I to judge?” can never be an honest Catholic question. It is not we who judge; it is the Church who does the judging, and it is with respect to principles, guidelines, and notorious public violation of the law of God and nature that her thundering judgment is required.



Theresa Moreau The Real Life Stories: 29 Years in Laogai: The Father Koo Story Continued.



Susan Claire Potts The Wrath to Come. Question: Who predicted this over a hundred years ago:"There will be very few Christians left in the old acceptation of the word. The Faith will be preserved in only a few cottages."



Father Celatus The Last Word: Noah Way, Dude! A review of the newest stupid thing out of Hollywood.



The Remnant Speaks Are Canonizations Infallible? Suspending Ratio; SNAP’s Latest



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