July 23, 2021
following the publication of the Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes
Published 20 July 2021
Official communiqué of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter following the publication of the Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes
Fribourg, July 20, 2021
The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter, whose goal is the sanctification of priests through the faithful observance of the liturgical traditions prior to the reform implemented after the Second Vatican Council (cf. Constitutions n. 8), has received Pope Francis’ Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes with surprise.
Founded and canonically approved according to the Motu […]
July 15, 2021
I am afraid I need to share with you the disappointing news that we are compelled to cancel the camps again this year.
We are devastated to be taking this step for the second year in a row. As you know, I have delayed a decision as long as possible in the hope of finding a workable solution. In the end, however, even though there is due to be a relaxation of some of the Covid restrictions on 19 July, after […]
We are delighted to announce that Regina Caeli Academy
USA and UK have formally approved the start of Regina Caeli Academy (RCA)
Warrington this September. This good news comes after months of diligent
Although Regina Caeli Academy is a separate entity from
June 23, 2021
the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter, our Fraternity is actively committed to
providing good Catholic education in various countries. Furthermore in
Warrington, the building which we bought next door to our church, Priory Court,
used to be a school run by the Sisters of […]
Thank you for patiently waiting further news on our summer camps this August. At this point in time, things are sadly still very unclear. However, we have been reliably informed that even if the government proceeds with the (delayed) roadmap, there will most probably still be restrictions that apply to residential youth camps. Until we know precisely what these are, it is impossible to have sufficient clarity as to whether we can go ahead.
Please note, this is not only a […]
June 17, 2021
Dear Frs Stewart and Sanetra,
All of us in Britain & Ireland, and abroad, assure you both of our prayer for you on this your fourth anniversary of ordination. We recall with emotion this wondrous event, when you became priests of the Lord. The fact that it was occurring in the traditional way for the first time in 50 years was an added grace for all Catholics in these Isles. We thank you for your ministry and priestly witness over the […]
June 15, 2021
(Or why and how can they avoid missing it?) Find out in this book of fiction based on actual events, by Fr de Malleray, FSSP, just released.
Cost: $18.95 USD = £13.43 GBP. Check with your local FSSP UK & Ireland parish for discounted bulk order.
“Can priests miss Mass? This little book light-heartedly depicts ten Holy Masses nearly missed by priests due to some opposition. From Kilimanjaro to Loch Ness, from Burma to […]
June 4, 2021
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Mexico’s First Traditional Ordination in Decades
Mexico will witness its first Traditional Ordination in decades as Rev. Mr. Joel Pinto Rodriguez, FSSP is ordained to the priesthood by His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke.
The ceremony will take place at the Sanctuary of the Martyrs in Guadalajara, Mexico on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, June 11th, 2021, at 5PM CST.
The ordination is open to the public and free of charge.
Also, the ceremony will be broadcast on LiveMass and Facebook.
The ordination will also […]
May 21, 2021
A reflection on the Feast of St. George for the Juventutem London youths, by Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP. “St George, Patron of England. Why countries need patron saints: the idea of a motherland. How to distinguish patriotism and nationalism; civic loyalty and insularism. As the world becomes a global village, have national history, culture and customs become irrelevant?”