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Keep the Faith Talk for December 8, 2014

THIS WEEK’S TALK The Church in the Early Middle Ages – The Implication of Immortality Dr. Bill Marra, Roman Forum, 1994 The Implication of Immortality A New Talk Every Monday

2013 Tonsurandi Chant the Salve Regina in Thanksgiving (Solemn Tone)

2013 Tonsurandi Chant the Salve Regina in Thanksgiving (Solemn Tone)

The newly tonsured seminarians of of 2013 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary chanted the Salve Regina, in the solemn tone, in honor of Our Lady.

Keep The Faith – Previous Talks

Keep The Faith – Previous Talks

The Fraternity has enjoyed a long relationship with Keep The Faith, home to a massive archive of traditional Catholic audio talks from traditional luminaries such as Michael Davies, Dr. William Marra, Dr. Alice von Hildebrand,  Dr. John Rao and our own Fr. James Buckley. Current and past talk titles are listed here as a reference. […]

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary CD: In Sæcula Sæculórum

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary CD: In Sæcula Sæculórum

In Sæcula Sæculórum is a new collection of Gregorian chant and polyphony recorded by FSSP seminarians. Selections are drawn from the entire liturgical year, and display the sacred glory and beauty of sacred music.

Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos’ Introduction

Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos’ Introduction

In introducing the training video, Cardinal Dario Castrillon-Hoyos introduces priests to the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite and comments on the Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI’s motu proprio “Summorum Pontificum.”

Audio: The Battle for the Ancient Mass

Audio: The Battle for the Ancient Mass

Father Calvin Goodwin, FSSP, discusses the history and struggles associated with the Traditional Latin Mass in this hour long talk.

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THIS WEEK’S TALK
The Church in the Early Middle Ages – The Implication of Immortality
Dr. Bill Marra, Roman Forum, 1994

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