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

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?

Join the Rosary Crusade!

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

The 5-million Rosary Crusade for 2014 announced recently by Bishop Bernard Fellay (SSPX Superior General) begins on January 1, 2014 and runs until June 8, 2014.

Exposition of St. Peter's relics

Tags: priest, faithful, family, youth, vocation, visitors, District of the USA

The relics of St. Peter, Apostle and the First Pope, will be exposed in Rome for the conclusion of the Year of the Faith.

Can priestly celibacy be disputed?

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Is priestly celibacy merely a discipline or a doctrinal matter? The newly-appointed Secretary of State, Archbishop Parolin, asserts that this can be disputed.

Jean Madiran passes away

Tags: priest, faithful, youth, visitors, philosophy, social doctrine, crisis, District of the USA

A few words of testimony about a great figure of Catholic Tradition.

FFI under Roman surveillance

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A Roman decision affecting the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate (FFI) has caused quite a commotion in Rome, right in the middle of the summer.

Sharp worldwide decline in fertility rates

Tags: family, youth, District of Canada

The world’s population is at an all-time high. It is exceeding 7 billion. Since 1914 the world population increased by 5 billion rising from less than 2 billion in 1914. And this despite the fact that fertility rates have plummeted in many parts of the world, including China, Japan and even significant regions of India over the past thirty years.

Echos of Econe from 25 years ago

Tags: priest, faithful, family, youth, vocation, spirituality, crisis, lefebvre, District of the USA

Just 25 years ago, these words of Archbishop Lefebvre resonated throughout the Alpine surroundings at the seminary of Econe. This testament of the Standard Bearer of Tradition continues to echo in our own day, as the Society of St. Pius X continues in carrying out the apostolic work he founded.

Cardinal Dolan: an influential American

Tags: youth, vocation, morals, medical, social doctrine, canon law, religious liberty, District of the USA

TIME magazine[1] recently named the archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, as one of the “The 100 Most Influential People in the World”.

Are public schools neutral?

Tags: family, youth, social doctrine, education, crisis, religious liberty, District of the USA

This is the great drama of the public school system. God is de facto out of the picture. A Washington and Lincoln are real persons. Whereas for God, well too bad! A God of so little importance is not worth the bother and can never be regarded seriously as the Creator of heaven and earth by an average student...

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