SSPX for Youth

Full experience for Catholic life

In a world filled with empty attractions, only one thing can truly satisfy us and give us lasting joy: a living faith!

Many young people abandoned the active practice of the Catholic faith in the decades following Vatican II, often to the distress of their parents. A variety of factors prompted this exodus, including the lure of materialism, religious relativism, deficient education, and the sexual revolution. None of these deceptive paths can truly make one happy.

But now many young adults are returning to the Church of Christ and the Catholic faith and are discovering profound spiritual riches, true friendships, and lasting peace and joy.

We encourage you to join us in the full experience of Catholic life!

Articles about and for Youth

Fatima Art Contest Winners Announced

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

From among the many submissions, winners from three age groups were chosen based on their artistic, inspirational merit.

New Video Gives Insight into SSPX Brothers, the Silent Angel

Tags: priest, Tradition, faithful, family, youth, vocation,, morals

The life of the Brothers of the Society of St. Pius X is sadly not well-known. The US District has produced this video to make their mission more well-known.

112th Anniversary of the Birth of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre

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On Wednesday, November 29, 1905, Marcel Lefebvre, third child of René Lefebvre and Gabrielle Watine Lefebvre, was born in Tourcoing. 

Join Walton KY in a Novena and Celebration of the Pilgrim St

Tags: priest, faithful, family, youth, morals, spirituality, social doctrine, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

As 2017 draws to a close, the United States District of the Society of Saint Pius X is concluding its more than 2 year-long pilgrimage of the statue of Our Lady of Fatima.

Founder of SSPX Texas Chapel Celebrates 100th Birthday

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It was a busy weekend for Andy Tatarko of Fort Worth: the day chosen for his celebration was Veterans Day for this Pacific front WWII veteran.

6th Annual Pascua, Florida Pilgrimage to Take Place on Easte

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More than 500 years ago, the cross was planted on the coast of Florida by Spanish missionaries. Follow their path during this year's Easter Week.

Will Vietnam Soon Relax Birth Control?

Tags: Worldwide, faithful, youth,

For more than half a century, the State has had a strict birth control policy. The “two children per couple” rule, however, has never been so close to being overturned.

Netherlands: the SSPX Restores St. Willibrord's in Utre

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On November 12, 2017, the day after the feast of St. Martin, patron saint of the archdiocese of Utrecht, Bishop Fellay, Superior General of the Priestly Society of St. Pius X, reconciled the church of St. Willibrord. 

France: The Oldest Nun in the World

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As of this summer, Sister André is the oldest nun in the world. On October 20, 2017, when Honorine Rondello died in her 114th year, she also became the eldest French person, at 113 years. Born on February 11, 1904, to a Protestant family of Alès in the department of Le Gard, Lucile Randon converted to Catholicism and was baptized at age 19, in 1923.

Football Coach Forbidden to Pray on the Field

Tags: faithful, family, youth, social doctrine, religious liberty, ecumenism, collegiality, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

On August 28, 2017, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that former football coach Joe Kennedy does not have the right to pray silently on the football field after a game.