January 01, 2005
Was the tsunami an act of God? The reasons for why it was an act of God are discussed herein. The law proposing a redefinition of marriage is not something the people should decide for they are not the ones who determine what's right or wrong.
December 01, 2004
150th anniversary of the definition of Mary's Immaculate Conception. She was preserved from original sin in view of the merits of Christ and she also simultaneously possessed a plenitude of grace. Her immaculate heart will triumph!
October 01, 2004
The pilgrimage to the Martyr's Shrine in Midland was a success. It was attended by some priests and 36 seminarians as well as by 300 faithful. Fr. Somerville has been suspended by the Bishop of Toronto for assisting the Society. The Bishop arbitrarily brands the Society as schismatic and heretical without knowing what these terms really mean.
July 01, 2004
Let us thank God for the recent priestly ordinations. Let us reflect on the fruits of the SSPX founded by Archbishop Lefebvre.
February 01, 2004
A study entitled "From ecumenism to silent apostasy" has been published. Proceeding from a false understanding of what the Church is, a false ecumenism results. The new evangelisation is not about conversion but dialogue.
December 01, 2003
Father Aulagnier expelled from the SSPX. The reasons for his expulsion are discussed herein. This gives us cause to reflect on the position of the SSPX vis à vis Rome.
June 01, 2003
Fr. Denis Roch has died. Bishop Fellay confirms that rumors that the Society has reached an agreement are false. Changes in the canadian district.
December 01, 2002
The Society celebrates its 25th anniversary. A 5km pilgrimage to Midland went well. Changes in the canadian district are outlined. Current relations with Rome haven't changed. Pope introduces the mysteries of light to the Holy Rosary.
July 01, 2002
25 years of the Society in Canada. Father MacPherson, a canadian priest was recently ordained as well as other priest around the globe. The basic history of the Society in Canada is described herein.
June 01, 2002
The biased and one-sided media relishes publishing sex abuse cases involving catholic clergy. They knowingly omit that this immoral behavior is not exclusive to clergy but is common amongst laypeople. Not only do they smear the good reputation of the overwhelming 98% plus majority of good priests but they alledge that priestly celibacy is the cause of this abuse. This is simply false. Priestly celibacy is a necessary means for priestly holiness. This issue and its real causes are discussed in this letter.