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Articles about and for the Faithful

Alfie Evans Dies at Liverpool Hospital

Tags: Worldwide, faithful, family, youth, fsspx.news, morals, crisis

“My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 2:30,” announced the little boy’s father on Facebook. Alfie’s death at the hospital, despite the repeated appeals from the pope and the Italian government to transfer him to Rome, brought to a close a week of intense struggle both in the media and in the courts.

Rosary on the Coast Is Taking on Massive Proportions in Brit

Tags: priest, Worldwide, faithful, family, fsspx.news, spirituality

In the United Kingdom, nearly 200 locations are ready for the prayer groups who will come to recite the Rosary on the coasts on April 29, 2017. Nine bishops have announced they will attend the event.

Facebook Apologizes but Makes No Real Change in Censoring Ca

Tags: Worldwide, faithful, fsspx.news, morals, crisis

The CEO of Facebook appeared on April 11, 2018, before a U.S. Congress committee to answer several questions, in particular the repeated censorship of several pages whose content’s only wrong was that it was Catholic.

A Promising – or Not So Promising – Pre-Synod for Young Peop

Tags: Rome, faithful, youth, fsspx.news

On March 25, 2018, the final text of the “pre-synod for young people,” for which nearly 300 young people from all over the world came to Rome for a few days, was presented by Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, secretary general of the synod.

The Archbishop and Anti-Liberalism: Introduction

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

In the wake of the Second Vatican Council, the “received wisdom” in the West, particularly the United States and Europe, was that the Catholic Church had not only made its peace with liberalism, but had internalized its core tenets.

Weekly News Update: Coliseum Turns Blood Red, Why Sepulchre

Tags: Tradition, Worldwide, faithful, fsspx.news

This week we look at an ancient work of Catholic art created by Aztecs, three Catholic sites of martyrdom around the world that turned blood red, and the conflict around closing the Church of the Holy Sepulcher out of protest to new taxes being imposed in Jerusalem.

Maundy Thursday: Invitation to Pray for Priests on their Sac

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

Maundy Thursday, anniversary of Holy Orders' institution, is a special feastday for priests.  Let us remember them in our prayers, and review the words of the Curé.

Five New Subdeacons Ordained in the United States - Video

Tags: Tradition, faithful, vocation, fsspx.news

On Saturday, March 17th, 2018, His Excellency Alfonso de Galarreta conferred the first of the Major Orders, the Subdiaconate, on 5 seminarians. The ceremony took place in the new North American seminary of the Society of St. Pius X located in Dillwyn Virginia.

SSPX Podcast Launched Containing Sermons, Talks, Missions an

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

The US District of the SSPX is happy to announce a new podcast, updated weekly or more often, containing lectures and sermons from priests of the Society.

"Paul, Apostle of Christ" - A Review of the Film O

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

Along with one of the priests of the SSPX, Angelus Press has screened the film in order to provide a review and guide for those faithful who may have interest in the story.

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