May 20, 2022
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In this issue:
Editorial: Liturgical Identity Confirmed
Fr de Malleray tells the quasi miracle of the papal decree showing that the FSSP does not fall under the recent restrictions of the traditional liturgy.
Ending Habitual Sins
Pragmatic approach and tips to monitor the gradual weakening of vice upon a soul.
100th Anniversary of Chesterton’s Conversion
Stuart McCullough describes the annual pilgrimage to GK Chesterton’s grave, with planned […]
May 13, 2022
For young adults 18-35.
With Fr Armand de Malleray and Fr Gerard Quirke.
May 4, 2022
Would you like to walk among 15,000 pilgrims to a great medieval Marian shrine in France? Including French and foreign pilgrims, and about 150 young consecrated men and women, seminarians, friars, priests, monks and nuns walking with full-length habit the 70 miles between Paris and Chartres?
The annual Pilgrimage of Christendom from Paris to Chartres is the largest yearly gathering of Catholics worshipping according to the traditional liturgy. This year, Sat 4 to Mon 6 June 2022.
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April 19, 2022
Watch here about the devil: not something, but someone.
[homily starts at 2:00, after Gospel translation]
April 14, 2022
Ego Eimi – It Is I
Falling in Eucharistic Love
by Fr. Armand de Malleray, FSSP
On this Maundy Thursday when we celebrate the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar, we are delighted to announce that this book is now available again in a brand new edition by Sophia Institute Press.
Tip: Safe and easy purchase from the publisher’s website is much more advantageous to the Catholic publisher and author (than on Amazon who retains nearly every profit and pays publisher and author […]
April 12, 2022
March 15, 2022
In the Creed we profess our faith in the Church as ONE.
And yet later in Holy Mass we ask God to make her ONE.
What does unity actually entail then?
Click here to watch: https://www.facebook.com/fssp.england/posts/2694376134041570.
Looking back at three crises in Church history can help us overcome the current one: 1) The Arian crisis, when many bishops said Christ is not God; 2) The Clergy immorality crisis, when St Peter Damian had to tell the pope about widespread homosexuality; 3) The Rival Popes crisis, when good Catholics were made to choose between two or even three popes at a time.
Talk given by Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP for Juventutem London at St Mary Magdalene, Wandsworth, […]
March 14, 2022
Boys on the St Peter Summer Camp hike through the beautiful Peak District (2019)
We are delighted that after a two-year gap, it looks as though it will be possible this year to have our residential summer camps, for children aged 10-17.
St Peter Summer Camp for Boys runs 1-6 August
St Petronilla Summer Camp for Girls runs 8-13 August
Both camps take place at Savio House, Bollington (nr Macclesfield), in the gorgeous setting of the Peak District. There will be daily Mass, Compline, […]