SSPX for Priests

Immense help in the apostolate


The life of a priest, founded upon daily prayer and works of sanctification, must be supplemented with serious reading and study. The Sacred Scriptures and writings of the Fathers should, of course, hold first place; but other materials pertaining to the life of the Church and contemporary social issues can also aid the priest immensely in his apostolate.

We are happy to present here a selection of key texts which we hope will aid priests to sanctify their own souls and those entrusted to their care.

Articles about and for Priests

Does the Death Penalty Conflict with traditional Catholic Pr

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It is often stated that the Catholic Church's teachings are at odds with the morality of the death penalty. We study the teaching of the Church on this issue.

We Must Keep the Faith During the Crisis in the Church

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FSSPX.News is happy to publish Archbishop Lefebvre’s sermon in Venice on April 7, 1980.

Angelus Press Conference This Weekend to be Streamed Live

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The 2017 Conference for Catholic Tradition is sold out this year, so join the conference live online!

Conversions and Persecutions for the Church in Iran

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The Holy See’s Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, returned from Iran on September 9, 2017, after a four-day visit. The media says little about this, but in the Land of the Mullahs the situation of the Latin Catholics continues to be more than precarious.

The Angelus - September October Issue Available: Fatima

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Following the International Pilgrimage to Fatima, and on the month of the Miracle of the Sun, it is only fitting to devote this issue to Fatima.

 

Our Lady of the Rosary and the Battle of Lepanto

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The battle between Christendom and Muslim forces is not a new struggle, but one that has a history stretching back almost 1,400 years.

The 2018 Edition of the Angelus Press Liturgical Calendar is

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A must have for every Catholic Home, this year's Liturgical Calendar from Angelus Press is now available for purchase.

500 Faithful Attend Pilgrimage in Footsteps of North America

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The weekend of September 8-10 marked this year’s pilgrimage to Auriesville, NY, site of the National Shrine of the North American Martyrs.

Bishop Fellay: Why I Signed the Correctio Filialis

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After the publication on Sunday, September 24, 2017, of the Correctio Filialis by 62 clerics and lay scholars in which they expose seven heretical propositions contained in the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia, FSSPX.News asked Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X, why he signed the document.

Clerical and Lay Scholars Send the Pope a Correctio Filialis

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On July 16, 2017, several clerics and lay scholars addressed a correctio filialis, a filial correction, to Pope Francis. They reveal the seven heresies contained in the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia.

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