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

The Pope Mocked at the Venice Festival

Tags: priest, faithful, youth, vocation, visitors, District of the USA, crisis

A criticism of the TV series The Young Pope presented at the Venice Festival.

Shadows and Light on Mother Teresa

Tags: priest, faithful, visitors, District of the USA, ecumenism

While we recognize what is admirable in Mother Teresa's life, we cannot ignore the grave ecumenical ambiguities that filled her beliefs and work:

Bishop Fellay Announces a New Rosary Crusade

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Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X announced another Rosary Crusade as a spiritual preparation for the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima.

Pope Francis and the Integration of Migrants

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On May 6, 2016, Pope Francis received the 2016 Charlemagne Prize for “his encouragement and message of hope for peace and coexistence” in Europe.

Why a Feast of Corpus Christi?

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The institution of the feast of Corpus Christi happened after a miraculous miracle at the time of St. Thomas Aquinas.

"Catholics on the Way to Full Communion."

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In an interview to La Croix, Pope Francis said that the Society of St. Pius X are "Catholics on the way to full communion" and that a personal prelature was "a possible solution".

St. Charbel's Relics Tour The East Coast

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As the relics of St. Charbel tour Maronite churches in the United States, we offer here a biography of the saint.

Fr. Bourmaud: Beginnings in Winona

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In this interview, Father Bourmaud, then Vice-Rector at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, recalls his arrival in Winona in June 1988.

Women Deacons in the Catholic Church?

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On May 12, 2016 during a meeting with Catholic women religious leaders, Pope Francis said he will create a commission to study the possibility of allowing women to serve as deacons in the Church.

On the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, a new school was dedi

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After years of hard work and sacrifice, the dream of having fitting buildings to house the church and school has become a reality, with almost-new brick buildings purchased in Ray Township, MI. Masses have been celebrated at the new location since December 8, 2015, but the students and teachers of the academy have had to wait patiently while renovations were made to fit the new buildings to the needs of a Catholic school.