SSPX for Youth

Full experience for Catholic life


In a world filled with empty attractions, only one thing can truly satisfy us and give us lasting joy: a living faith!

Many young people abandoned the active practice of the Catholic faith in the decades following Vatican II, often to the distress of their parents. A variety of factors prompted this exodus, including the lure of materialism, religious relativism, deficient education, and the sexual revolution. None of these deceptive paths can truly make one happy.

But now many young adults are returning to the Church of Christ and the Catholic faith and are discovering profound spiritual riches, true friendships, and lasting peace and joy.

We encourage you to join us in the full experience of Catholic life!

Articles about and for Youth

The Catholic Family: 2015 AP Conference

Tags: faithful, family, youth, vocation, morals, District of the USA, spirituality, social doctrine, sacraments, crisis

The 2015 Angelus Press Conference (Oct 9-11) is now open for registration.

Pro-life talk by Dr. Rados

Tags: faithful, family, youth, visitors, medical, District of Canada

The Men’s Group from Our Lady of the Rosary Parish in Winnipeg, under the priestly care of the Society of St. Pius X, invited the distinguished and eminent physician Dr. Larry Rados to give his presentation on Sunday July 5th against Euthanasia.

SSPX Largest Corpus Christi Procession in 50 years

Tags: faithful, family, youth, visitors, liturgy, spirituality, District of Canada

SSPX Largest Corpus Christi Solemn Procession in Winnipeg in 50 years!

A Reporter's View of OLMC

Tags: faithful, family, youth, education, District of Canada

A local reporter for Kitchener newspaper The Record, curious why OLMC Chapel is outgrowing her walls while so many other churches are closing down, paid us a visit on April 19th and wrote the following article:
 

If Jesus is our King, Mary is Our Queen

Tags: priest, faithful, family, youth, visitors, spirituality, District of Canada, religious liberty

While faced on the one hand with Canada's ruling on the religious neutrality of the state, on the other we celebrate May's Queenship in this month of May and her acts of mercy towards those on earth.

The Liberal Lie

Tags: youth, morals, District of Canada

The Case of Trinity Western University

SSPX: for the priesthood

Tags: priest, youth, vocation, liturgy, District of the USA, spirituality, sacraments, crisis, holy see, lefebvre

Two new image galleries depicting the recent priestly ordinations at the Econe and Zaitzkofen seminaries have just been published. Also some words on the SSPX and how its mission to form priests has affected its reaction to the post-conciliar crisis.

The beauty of sacred music

Tags: faithful, family, youth, District of Canada

On March 30th, 2014, St. Dennis Church in Calgary, under the direction of music director Dr. Kim Raffin and conductor Carlos Foggin, hosted a concert of Sacred Music. Along with the Stabat Mater, of Pergolesi, the repertoire was composed of several pieces from Haydn, Frank, Mozart and other composers.

The Rosary Crusade and the Legion of Mary

Tags: faithful, family, youth, District of Canada

The return of Tradition within the Church is one of the key intentions of our 4th Rosary Crusade, as launched by Bishop Fellay.  This undertaking seems to be a great challenge, out of reach for human eyes.  But are there any specific tools available to us, which will make it possible with the help of the grace of God?  One of them is the Legion of Mary.  Within the Society of St. Pius X in Canada, we have two active praesidia, one in Toronto, and one in Langley.

Euthanasia: Power over Life and Death

Tags: priest, faithful, family, youth, visitors, morals, medical, District of Canada

The term euthanasia (Greek for “good death”) signifies the premature execution of the terminally ill. This practice has garnered recent media attention when Belgium extended this civil “right” to its children early in 2014. Now Quebec’s National Assembly is debating whether to vote euthanasia into its provincial code of law. Since euthanasia may soon be a legal reality in Canada, what are Catholics to make of this issue?

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