September 01, 2020
Most mortals on earth yearn for some diversion from the day-to-day drudge. Especially, youngsters sense the urge to flex their muscles against a worthy opponent or to team up for a friendly contest.
August 05, 2020
How do symbols affect us? What is the purpose of art? We’ll address these questions along with picturesque examples.
May 08, 2020
For we do not merely discern God’s existence from the natural world, but through faith know Him as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost—the Holy Trinity.
April 30, 2020
The American District of the United States Society of Saint Pius X extends its policy: “Plan to Protect” to all people who are victims of abuse or those wishing to submit their complaints concerning the comportment of one of its members or employees.
April 28, 2020
For the past week, the Society of Saint Pius X has been the subject of a media campaign conducted by the Church Militant website. It has been accused of having “sympathy for perverts” (sic) and of covering up for some of its members or employees who may have been guilty of misconduct. This is not the first campaign, and it will certainly not be the last. Already, in July 2019, similar accusations had been made against the Society’s authorities by Church Militant.
March 05, 2020
Pilgrimages have been an integral part of the fabric of Catholic life from the very beginning.
January 05, 2020
Under the merciful eye of the good Lord in the sun-like monstrance, Christian faithful are praying, adoring, and singing the praises of their God through thick and thin, through land and cities.
October 11, 2019
Summer is always a good time to rest the mind and exercise body and soul. This summer, many camps gathered boys or girls in tents or around the fire pit.
September 23, 2019
The US District Superior of the Society of Saint Pius X writes to faithful about the abuse scandal, the crisis of the Faith shown by the Amazon Synod, and what the SSPX is striving for in its work:
September 19, 2019
The term ecclesiola (Greek for “little church”) has been used from the dawn of Christianity to designate the domestic Church. It refers to the family, the smallest body of believers. Our early Church Fathers understood that the home was fertile ground for faith and holiness.