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

June Ordinations: 16 Priests to be Ordained in SSPX Seminari

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16 new priests will be ordained for the Society of St. Pius X in the northern hemisphere in this month of the Sacred Heart.

10 Commandments for Lent: Decrease Dependence on Technology

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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.

21 Men Take Part in Cassock & Tonsure Ceremony on Candle

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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.

Will Vietnam Soon Relax Birth Control?

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For more than half a century, the State has had a strict birth control policy. The “two children per couple” rule, however, has never been so close to being overturned.

Netherlands: the SSPX Restores St. Willibrord's in Utre

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On November 12, 2017, the day after the feast of St. Martin, patron saint of the archdiocese of Utrecht, Bishop Fellay, Superior General of the Priestly Society of St. Pius X, reconciled the church of St. Willibrord. 

France: The Oldest Nun in the World

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As of this summer, Sister André is the oldest nun in the world. On October 20, 2017, when Honorine Rondello died in her 114th year, she also became the eldest French person, at 113 years. Born on February 11, 1904, to a Protestant family of Alès in the department of Le Gard, Lucile Randon converted to Catholicism and was baptized at age 19, in 1923.

Religious Professions at the Novitiate in Australia on Septe

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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).

Happy Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary! “All to Jesus t

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On this great Marian feast of August 22, FSSPX.News offers readers this article by Fr. Michel Simoulin on devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Brief Catechism About the Devotion to the Immaculate Heart o

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Here is an extract from the book Brief Catechism on Fatima, published by Kolbe Publications. It offers 33 questions and answers divided in four chapter: The Apparitions at Fatima, The Secret of Fatima, The Third Secret & the Crisis in the Church, and Practicing Devotion to the Immaculate Heart.

In Fatima, Pontifical Mass on August 20

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Under a bright sun and with a temperature of 90 F, the pontifical Mass was celebrated by Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X. He was assisted by Frs. Niklaus Pfluger and Alain-Marc Nély. Fr.

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