SSPX for Visitors

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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

Liturgy: Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost - You Cannot Serv

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"Whoever is the slave of riches is subject to a hard and wicked master. Entirely at the mercy of his passions, he is under the tyranny of the devil."

2018 Retreat Schedules Announced for Three Retreat Houses in

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Vital to the development of a profound Catholic life are periods of quiet peace and reflection.

Happy Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary! “All to Jesus t

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On this great Marian feast of August 22, FSSPX.News offers readers this article by Fr. Michel Simoulin on devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Brief Catechism About the Devotion to the Immaculate Heart o

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Here is an extract from the book Brief Catechism on Fatima, published by Kolbe Publications. It offers 33 questions and answers divided in four chapter: The Apparitions at Fatima, The Secret of Fatima, The Third Secret & the Crisis in the Church, and Practicing Devotion to the Immaculate Heart.

Bishop Fellay’s Sermon at Fatima on August 20, 2017

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During the sermon during the Mass celebrated on Sunday, August 20 – the votive Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary – Bishop Bernard Fellay spoke to the pilgrims in Fatima in French, English, German, Italian, and Spanish.

In Fatima, Pontifical Mass on August 20

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Under a bright sun and with a temperature of 90 F, the pontifical Mass was celebrated by Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X. He was assisted by Frs. Niklaus Pfluger and Alain-Marc Nély. Fr.

A Living Commentary on Fatima: Lucy "Through the Immacu

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In preparation for the Society of St. Pius X’s pilgrimage to Fatima, here is an extract from the book Fatima, A Spiritual Light for Our Times, by Fr. Karl Stehlin. The lives of the three children who saw the apparitions remain an example for each of us.

Abp. Lefebvre's Reflections on the Immaculate Heart thr

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On August 22, 1987, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, accompanied by a large number of priests and 2,000 faithful, went on pilgrimage to Fatima. 

Brief Catechism About The Secret of Fatima

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In preparation for the Society of Saint Pius X’s pilgrimage to Fatima, here is an extract from the book Brief Catechism on Fatima, published by Kolbe Publications. It offers 33 questions and answers divided in four chapter: The Apparitions at Fatima, The Secret of Fatima, The Third Secret & the Crisis in the Church, and Practicing Devotion to the Immaculate Heart.

A Living Commentary on Fatima: Jacinta and Her Mission

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In preparation for the Society of St. Pius X’s pilgrimage to Fatima, here is an extract from the book Fatima, A Spiritual Light for Our Times, by Fr. Karl Stehlin. The lives of the three children who saw the apparitions remain an example for each of us.

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