On Thursday May 25th, there will be a referendum in Ireland asking the people whether or not to remove Article 40, 3, 3 from the Irish Constitution, an article which protects the life of unborn children.
It is not an uncommon sight: a couple at dinner, or a family at the park, eyes fixated not on each other's company, but on their devices.
On February 2, Feast of the Purification of Our Lady, nine seminarians received the cassock and twelve the clerical tonsure from the hands of His Excellency Bp. Bernard Fellay.
Nearly five thousand faithful traveled to Lourdes in the south of France on October 21-22-23, 2017 for the Society of St. Pius X’s annual pilgrimage in honor of Christ the King. Our Lady appears in Lourdes in 1858 to Saint Bernadette. She gave her name: the Immaculate Conception and requested to pray and do penance.
The Filial Correction addressed on September 24, 2017, to Pope Francis on the heterodox passages of Amoris Laetitia has now been signed by 235 clerics and lay scholars. The first 62 signatories explained from the very beginning that they represented “others lacking the necessary freedom of speech.”
On the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, heavenly patron of the Brothers of the Society of St. Pius X, three brothers renewed their religious profession in Goulburn, New South Wales (Australia).
After the publication on Sunday, September 24, 2017, of the Correctio Filialis by 62 clerics and lay scholars in which they expose seven heretical propositions contained in the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia, FSSPX.News asked Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X, why he signed the document.
A bone of contention even among the highest levels of the hierarchy, the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia is supposed to act as a guide for families in the years to come. This is at least confirmed by the report published in the Italian edition of L’Osservatore Romano on the recent international meeting in Spain which brought together several key actors in pastoral family ministry.
On August 22, 1987, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, accompanied by a large number of priests and 2,000 faithful, went on pilgrimage to Fatima.