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.


District Superior's Letter: Nov 2011

November 01, 2011
The recent Angelus Press Conference in Kansas City reviewed the doctrinal background of the Church’s teaching on the Social Kingship of our Lord and presented a few historical examples of victories of Christendom in the temporal order. Since it is such an important teaching of our Faith...

District Superior's Letter: June 2011

June 01, 2011
I have already given the principles that parents must follow in advising their children at the time of making important decisions that will affect their whole life. I would now like to address a few elements about a vocation itself, so as to help the youth make that choice. I would therefore like to explain the elements of every religious or priestly vocation, as well as the signs of a true vocation. May they help and be used to make a good choice!

District Superior's Letter: May 2011

May 01, 2011
On May 1, 2011, Pope Benedict XVI will declare his predecessor, John Paul II, blessed, only six years after his death. This beatification raises many questions and concerns for Catholics today...

District Superior's Letter: Apr 2011

April 01, 2011
Having spoken of the principles that must lead us in educating a child from the time of infancy to his coming of age, we will now speak of the age when a young person must make his first major choices in life. A certain step in education has—it is hoped—been accomplished, but the work of education is not complete...

District Superior's Letter: Mar 2011

March 07, 2011
In my recent letters, I have explained the formation that must be given a child from the time of his birth to the time of his First Communion, and how, fed with this divine food, he must grow in “wisdom and holiness” in preparation for the teen-age years...

District Superior's Letter: Feb 2011

February 02, 2011
It is at this age, from the early years of the age of reason until the first troubles of the teenage years, that a child starts maturing rapidly in faith, in virtue, and in love of God and of His Church. Their knowledge of the Faith can and must grow, their virtues must take root, and they must be, as much as possible, infused with the beauty of the ceremonies of the Church...

District Superior's Letter: Jan 2011

January 06, 2011
The time after Christmas is dedicated to the Child Jesus, a devotion that has brought many blessings to those who would honor Our Lord in his childhood. The liturgy will, for instance, propose the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph as the model of virtue for our own households...

District Superior's Letter: Dec 2010

December 08, 2010
For most, if not all of us, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and the Society of St. Pius X have had a great impact on our lives, and we owe them a debt of gratitude. It is largely thanks to the Society that the Faith, the Mass, our priesthood have been passed on to us...

District Superior's Letter: Nov 2010

November 01, 2010
On the 1st of November we will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Society of St. Pius X. I give you here a summary of the most recent comments of our Superior General, Bishop Bernard Fellay, on the situation today. You can find this entire interview on www.dici.org, the official news website of the Society...

District Superior's Letter: Sept 2010

September 08, 2010
The answer is provided by the fact that the needle of the compass no longer points north when it undergoes an extraneous attraction: a magnet can make it deviate or even cause it to behave crazily. While intending to be open to the spirit of the modern world, the Second Vatican Council subjected itself to the force of an attraction extraneous to the Church.