District Newsletter

District Superior's Letter Jan-Feb 2015

January 21, 2015
Dear Faithful,

District Superior's Letter Nov - Dec 2014

November 12, 2014
Fr. Wegner explains the importance of the children's camps that the SSPX annually sponsors during the summer months.

District Superior's Letter Sept - Oct 2014

October 22, 2014
Our new District Superior, Fr. Wegner, introduces himself to the American faithful and speaks about the essential spirit of the Society of St. Pius X, which is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Regina Coeli Report, Jul - Aug 2014

July 18, 2014
Discover the story of the impressive growth of the SSPX in the U.S. District featuring a timeline and special articles about the SSPX sisters, the seminary, profiles of three District Superiors and much more. Meet our new District Superior, Fr. Wegner in a special interview.

District Superior's Letter Jul - Aug 2014

July 18, 2014
I entrust all our apostolates, in particular your families, your souls, and our schools to Our Blessed Mother, whom you will receive as a pilgrim in your chapels. She is the most powerful source of fidelity; she is the faithful virgin!

District Superior's Letter, May - June 2014

May 12, 2014
I have received confirmation that at the end of my six-year term I will be transferred on August 15, 2014. I will then leave the U.S. District and take a new assignment at the General House in Menzingen, Switzerland. Fr. Jürgen Wegner is assigned as District Superior of the United States.

Regina Coeli Report, May - June 2014

May 12, 2014
The Regina Coeli Report presents a tableau of images of the ceremonies of the Sacred Triduum, the final three days of Holy Week, observed throughout the U.S. District.

Regina Coeli Report, Mar. - Apr. 2014

March 27, 2014
Around the year 1520 the Chablais, part of the duchy of Savoy on the south shore of Lake Geneva, was invaded by militant Protestants from Berne, who took it and the Vaud and the Gex regions on the north shore of the lake. Catholic worship was outlawed, and churches were burned or razed when not appropriated for Protestant use. Religious orders were suppressed and priests expelled.

District Superior's Letter, Mar. - Apr. 2014

March 27, 2014
Join the St. Francis de Sales Campaign! Help us to reach more souls of good will! You can participate in this campaign in three ways: send in names and e-mail addresses of those who should receive SSPX news; forward the E-Pistola to your friends and family; say a Hail Mary for each new person you include in this campaign. See page three for details.  

Regina Coeli Report, Jan. - Feb. 2014

January 09, 2014
Just after nightfall on Sunday, October 13th, two thousand candles and torches flickered through the streets of St. Marys, Kansas. The faithful of St. Mary’s Academy and College, as well as some from other chapels in the Midwest, were holding a candlelight procession to honor the Queen of the Holy Rosary. The Honor Guard of Mary and the Knights of the Immaculata, two Marian sodalities under the direction of Fr. John Bourbeau, escorted the statue of the Queen-Mother with the Christ Child. Behind the Virgin came the faithful, carrying candles, praying the rosary, and singing hymns to the Blessed Mother.