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

Liturgy: Twenty-Fourth Sunday After Pentecost - Taken from 6

Tags: priest, faithful, family, liturgy, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

This week, the liturgy reflects the parables of Our Lord in the case of the mustard seed and the leaven.

The Debate about Amoris Laetitia Continues in Lourdes

Tags: priest, Worldwide, collegiality,

For Bishop Olivier de Germay, bishop of Ajaccio, who assisted at the Roman Synod on the Family, including the divorced and civilly “remarried” does not mean granting them sacramental communion.

A Theologian Is Dismissed After Criticizing the Pope

Tags: priest, visitors, theology, morals, crisis, holy see, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

On November 1, Fr. Thomas Weinandy, O.F.M., Cap., a former chief of staff for the U.S. bishops’ Secretariat on Doctrine and a member of the Vatican’s International Theological Commission, published a July 31 letter he wrote to Pope Francis, expressing concern about the Pope’s approach in five key areas. The very same day, Fr. Weinandy was asked to resign his position as advisor to the US bishops’ conference (USCCB) Committee on Doctrine.  

Liturgy: Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost - Maiden, I say

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In today’s Gospel we find the cure of the woman with the issue of blood and the raising of Jairus’ daughter. 

SSPX Faithful Stand Firm Against the Reformation

Tags: priest, faithful, family, visitors, morals, ecumenism, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

On Oct. 29, some 30 faithful from the St. Margaret Mary Church (SSPX) in Michigan held a peaceful prayer protest against an ecumenical gathering in Grand Rapids.

Cardinal Müller's Surprising Words: The Reformation was

Tags: priest, faithful, family, liturgy, morals, social doctrine, crisis, religious liberty, ecumenism, holy see, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

On Oct. 31, the Western world commemorated the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther starting what became Protestantism, an event that helped create modernity and Modernism. 

A Defense of Pope Francis Following the Correctio Filialis

Tags: priest, faithful, family, visitors, theology, morals, philosophy, social doctrine, crisis, modernism, holy see, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

A letter of support for Pope Francis’ “pastoral initiatives and their theological justification” has now been published at

Luther, A True Reformer of the Church?

Tags: priest, Rome, Tradition, faithful, crisis, holy see,

Exactly five hundred years ago, on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of his convent. This was the first decisive act by the Augustinian monk, a professor of biblical sciences at the University of Wittenberg, and the beginning of what history would come to call the Protestant Reformation.

Archbishop Lefebvre’s Last Sister Has Passed Away

Tags: priest, Tradition, Worldwide, faithful,

On October 17, 2017, Mme Guy Toulemonde, née Marie-Thérèse Lefebvre, the youngest sister and goddaughter of the founder of the Society of St. Pius X, breathed her last.

Testimony: A Priest in the Gulag

Tags: priest, Worldwide, spirituality,

Captured by the Russian army during World War II and accused of being a spy for the Vatican, Walter J. Ciszek (1904-1984), an American Jesuit, spent twenty-three years in Soviet prisons and the Siberian gulags from 1940 to 1963. One-hundred years after the Bolshevik Revolution, this book testifies to the reality of Communism.