Rosary Crusade: Turn in Your Totals

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Don't forget to submit December's Rosary Crusade totals, and download a sheet for your use during January 2017.

Card. Müller: "No Danger to the Faith"

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Cardinal Müller's confusing comment about the four Cardinals' dubia: "Amoris Laetitia is very clear in its doctrine."

Dispensation from Vows but Not Divorce?

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With the recent phenomenon of "easy" annulment, we investigate the seeming double standard between religious and marital vows.

New Holy Family Shrine in Dickinson, TX

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A new shrine and parish dedication took place on the Feast of the Holy Family at Queen of Angels Church in Texas.

2017: The Centenary of Fatima arrives

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At long last, we have arrived at the century mark of Our Lady's Apparitions in Fatima. We invite you to re-aquaint yourself with the events.

The Archbishop's Principle

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Fr. Michel Simoulin's editorial in the latest issue of Le Seignadou (Sign of God), newsletter of the priory in Montreal de l'Aude, France.

A Christmas Greeting

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The US District Superior, Fr. Jürgen Wegner, sends his warmest Christmas greetings to friends and benefactors of the SSPX.

2016 Conference & Digital Calendar

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Angelus Press has released the full recording of the 2016 Conference: The Missions, as well as their Digital Liturgical Calendar.

The Rosary: Moral and Social Influence

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The rosary all too often becomes a rote recitation of the prayers - we review its importance in saying the devotion with attentiveness.

The Incredulity of St. Thomas

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"Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou hast believed; blessed are they that have not seen and have believed."

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