SSPX news & events

Double Minded Man

A common belief in American politics is that one can be personally opposed to an evil while publicly allowing it. We examine this false paradigm.

Make of Everything a Sacrifice

Did the Angel of Peace really intend that we should make everything a sacrifice? Or was this a figure of speech to three young children?

Liturgy: Maiden, I say to thee, Arise

This week we hear the hopeful cry: "...with the Lord there is plenteous redemption, and He shall redeem Israel from all its iniquities."

Shepherds Sowing Confusion in the Church

Catholics committed to their faith have been scandalized by various accounts of shepherds joining the wolves instead of dispersing them.

St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Ávila is, without a doubt, one of the greatest and most admirable women in history. 

Public Rosary Procession in St. Marys

To mark the beginning of the month of the Holy Rosary, Assumption Chapel in St. Marys, KS held a public Rosary Procession.

The Great Charity of Prayer for Poor Souls

As with each November, we are pleased to accept names of the deceased to be remembered at our altars during Holy Mass.

A Gift from Our Lady - The Rosary

During the Month of the Holy Rosary, it is worth a moment to review this devotion and discover its importance.

Cupich: Another Liberal Cardinal

Archbishop Blase Cupich has been one of the rising figures in the Catholic Church, and will be made even more prominent this fall.

Another Nail in the Coffin for Luther

The Catholic Church, is officially "celebrating" the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther. Words from a century ago are still exceptionally relevant.