For the benefit of our readers we have just re-published to the website several articles concerning the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, which is also at the heart of the priestly Society of St. Pius X, as it defines the Church's apostolic mission.
The most important of these is Renew the earth with the True Mass, which demonstrates of how the Mass of All Time can help to restore the Catholic Church from the post-conciliar crisis. A crisis that has been so grave for over four decades, that it even caused Pope Paul VI to cry out against the "auto-demolition" of the Church, Pope John Paul II to warn about the ongoing "silent apostasy", and the future Pope Benedict XVI to declare while meditating on Our Lord's Passion that the Church resembled "a boat about to sink, a boat taking in water on every side." Hence, why it is necessary to understand the positive effects that the Immemorial Mass could effect for the entire Catholic Church if given its freedom entirely.
Another article is an important and frequent question: Must Catholics attend the New Mass? A reply fromSiSiNoNo's editor explains why the New Mass should be avoided by Catholics as it poses a danger to their Catholic faith.
On the other side of the spectrum, the comprehensive piece of 1997 authored by Fr. Michael Simoulin, Attendance and participation at Mass, explains why and how Catholics should ideally participate when attending the Holy Sacrifice of the Sacrifice, and in uniting themselves intimately with sacred prayers and actions thus sanctified themselves.