SSPX for Visitors

The Soul of our Belief

Greetings, and welcome to the official website of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX).

Thank you for taking the time to visit! Here you will find all sorts of information, ranging from an explanation of the mission and values of the SSPX to a calendar of local events happening in your area. We encourage you to explore all the online resources we have to offer.

If you have further questions, or if would like to get in contact with a Catholic priest, simply send us a message.

Articles about and for the Visitors

Vatican Post Office Celebrates the Protestant Revolution

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

After the statue of the heretic Luther was honored in the Vatican itself to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the promulgation of the 95 Lutheran theses, the Vatican Post Office published on October 31, 2017 a new stamp in honor of the Protestant Reformation.

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.  

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.

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 pro-pope-francis.com.

Pius XII: Are the Secret Documents Soon to Be Published?

Tags: Rome, visitors, holy see, fsspx.news

According to Archbishop Jean-Louis Bruguès, archivist and Vatican librarian, the classification of the archives from Pius XII’s pontificate is almost complete. There is now nothing standing in the way of publishing the secret documents of one of contemporary history’s richest pontificates.

Report: Summorum Pontificum 2017 - Can Mutual Enrichment “He

Tags: priest, faithful, family, visitors, theology, liturgy, crisis, modernism, vatican II, holy see, District of the USA, GER-Seminary

Supporters of Benedict XVI’s call for “mutual enrichment” featured prominently at the Summorum Pontificorum conference and pilgrimage.

St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary Seeking Bookkeeper

Tags: faithful, visitors, Seminary Dillwyn, GER-Seminary

The Seminary of St. Thomas Aquinas in Dillwyn, Virginia, is accepting applications for a qualified bookkeeper to assist in managing their day-to-day accounting and finance requirements.

Join the Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Buen Suceso of the Purifi

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

For the third time in recent years, a priest of the Society of Saint Pius X will lead pilgrims to the shrine of Our Lady of Buen Suceso in Ecuador.

Los Gatos Retreat House Escapes from Flames

Tags: priest, faithful, visitors, Retreat Center Los Gatos, GER-Seminary

October 18 and 19 have been days of increasing prayer and worry as the fire burns southwest of San Jose in the Santa Cruz Mountains where the SSPX Retreat House is located. 

The Great Charity of Prayer for Poor Souls

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As with each November, we are pleased to accept names of the deceased to be remembered at our altars during Holy Mass.

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