District Newsletter

The District Newsletter keeps you up to date on the latest news and events around parishes and schools. Read how the District is developing as well as practical and spiritual exhortations from the superior himself.


Regina Coeli Report - June-July 2022: Fatima and Holy Communion

July 26, 2022
Having passed the month of May and entered June, this Regina Coeli Report presents the First Communion ceremonies in our chapels throughout the U.S. District. The Eucharist is the center of parish life emphasized in the months dedicated to the Sacred Heart and His Mother.

Honoring our Aging Priests who have Served in the Vineyard

June 17, 2022
Will you give back to our aging priests who have done so much for the souls of our faithful during their long priestly apostolate? The US District Superior asks you to reflect on what you have received in the following letter. Find Out More >>

Regina Coeli Report - Jan-Feb 2022: The Invisible Made Visible

March 22, 2022
"As the main article in this issue reinforces, the miraculous Nativity of Our Lord is not an isolated event to be celebrated and forgotten, but a beautiful testament of God’s love for the world which should never be far from our reflections. 'Behold a virgin shall be with child, and bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us' (Mt. 1:23)."

Regina Coeli Report - Oct-Nov 2021: Processions

March 22, 2022
In this issue of the Regina Coeli Report we focus on processions. As an act of public worship, processions once played an important role in the life of the Catholic Church. Indeed, evidence of processions can be found in our liturgical worship, such as when the priest processes to the altar at every Mass. Over the course of the last century, however, processions started to dwindle.

Regina Coeli Report - June-July 2021: First Communions

March 22, 2022
Do any of us truly understand what an incredible gift we have in the Real Presence of Our Savior in the Blessed Sacrament? The Son of God waits for us in the tabernacle, but few take advantage of this incredible opportunity. As St. Peter Julian Eymard wrote, “Man has time for everything, except visits to his Lord and God, Who is waiting and longing for him in His tabernacle. The streets and houses of amusement are filled with people; the House of God is deserted.”

Letter from U.S. District Superior: August, 2021

August 26, 2021
The District Superior for the United States, Fr. John Fullerton, recounts the challenges the Catholic Church has faced in the past 18 months, "from COVID to Custodes" and makes assurances of the Society of Saint Pius X's work throughout the United States and world...

Letter from U.S. District Superior: June, 2021

May 31, 2021
Fr. John Fullerton, US District Superior for the Society of Saint Pius X, asks the priests and faithful in the District to make the Act of Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus during the month of June to make reparations for the sins that continue to plague our world.

Regina Coeli Report - April-May 2021: The Meaning & Importance of Baptism

May 23, 2021
“What do you ask of the Church of God?” “Faith.” “What does faith provide you?” “Eternal life.” These first words of the ritual of baptism cut deep into the heart of human destiny.

Regina Coeli Report - February-March 2021: Church Restoration

February 22, 2021
The word Restoration covers a vast array of items: from book binding to the forest, from shattered nerves to rundown neighborhoods, from buildings to suburbs, things most dear to us in life deserve restoring. Why? Because they decay from the injury of time, use and abuse.

Regina Coeli Report - December-January 2021: The Single Life

December 29, 2020
Often enough, we hear about the duties and responsibilities of families, of parents and children. We bring under the spotlight the elite of society, civil and spiritual and, especially in our traditional circles, the religious and priests. Yet is there not also a silent “minority,” and even a large enough group of people living the single life?