SSPX news & events

Jacinta Marto: A Model of Sacrifice

On the anniversary of little Jacinta Marto's death, it is worth a review of her life, virtue, and constant sacrifice for "poor sinners".

The Orthodox Church Practice on Divorce

Cardinal Kasper argues that Orthodox Churches represented a more tolerant practice towads divorce in an effort to be more "pastoral".

Patriarch Josyf Slipyj's Life – Part 1

The first of three articles detailing the Patriarch who led the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church through one of its most turbulent periods.

Liturgy: Sexagesima Sunday

This Sunday's title refers to the time until Easter - but the liturgy repeats the term in relation to how much we should increase faith.

Fatima and the Miracle of Santarem

The Eucharistic Miracle of Santarem provides a foreshadowing of the message of Fatima, even 650 years removed from each other.

Satire: A New Way to Combat the Crisis?

In an age where anonymous dissent is celebrated, the Pope is not immune: satirical criticism has swept through Rome in recent weeks. 

Miracles at Lourdes: Truth or Deception?

The Church has always been exceptionally cautious in authenticating miracles, urging prudence in lieu of emotional excitement.

The Question of Papal Heresy – Part 2

In this second installation of a 6-part series, Fr. Gleize reviews the persistent legend of the heresies of John XXII during the 14th century.

Catholic Guidelines for Dating

When is company-keeping lawful and prudent? This may seem like a ridiculous question in our current society, but it is still a serious one.

The Angelus Releases New Issue: Politics

During the past year's political upheaval both in the United States and worldwide, it seems wise to review the Church's teachings in depth.