SSPX for the Faithful

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Life is busy, and setting aside time for the most important realities is essential. The greatest of these realities concerns God and our relations with Him.

Take a few moments to browse the contents of this page and enter the magnificent world of the Catholic Faith. Here you will find answers to many of life’s challenging questions. Most importantly, however, you will draw closer to God, our good Lord and Father.

Articles about and for the Faithful

Founder of SSPX Texas Chapel Celebrates 100th Birthday

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

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.

Liturgy: Last Sunday after Pentecost - He Who Came in Mercy

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Amen, I say to you, that this generation shall not pass till all these things be done: heaven and earth shall pass, but My words shall not pass, saith the Lord

1517 - 1917: The revolt of Luther and the Bolshevik revoluti

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Publication of the Letter to Friends and Benefactors of the Society of St. Pius X - No. 88

In this Letter to Friends and Benefactors, No. 88, Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X, shows the profound link that unites the revolt of Luther and the revolution of October 1917: liberal laxity and state communism/socialism. "This principle aims to free men from dependence on God and the order established by him, both on the natural level and on the supernatural level". He recalls that the great anti-Christian persecutions carried out by the Communists had been announced by Our Lady at Fatima, and that she had given the supernatural remedy to all these evils.

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?

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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.

Amoris Laetitia: The Fog Thickens

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On November 14, one year to the day since the publication of the dubia, Cardinal Burke was interviewed by National Catholic Register’s Edward Pentin. 

Beatification of Fr. Solanus in Detroit, MI

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On Saturday, November 18, 2017, tens of thousands flocked to Ford Field in Detroit for the beatification Mass of a humble friar who was doorkeeper of his community’s houses for over a half-century.

Progress on Stem-Cell Grafts

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A major breakthrough in the field of stem-cell grafts has just been completed by a team of Italian researchers. The results were published in the British scientific journal Nature.

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

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

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.