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The Feast of St. Joseph and the St. Joseph Altar

The Feast of St. Joseph and the St. Joseph Altar

Several of our apostolates in the North American District carry on the tradition of the St. Joseph’s Altar in honor of the Feast of St. Joseph.

First Holy Communion at Immaculate Conception in Omaha

First Holy Communion at Immaculate Conception in Omaha

Father John Brancich, FSSP, pastor of Immaculate Conception church, our parish apostolate in Omaha, recently had the privilege of administering First Communion to sixteen children of the parish.

Four Ordained to the Diaconate for the Fraternity by Bishop Glen Provost

Four Ordained to the Diaconate for the Fraternity by Bishop Glen Provost

On Saturday, March 14, 2015, the Most Reverend Glen Provost Ordained four men to the diaconate: Mr. Edward Brodsky, Mr. Joshua Houck, Mr. Christopher Mahowald, and Mr. Dominic Savoie.

Pastoral Confirmations in Atlanta

Pastoral Confirmations in Atlanta

Fr. Matthew McCarthy, FSSP, pastor of Saint Francis de Sales in Atlanta, recently conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation to the confirmandi of the parish.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary Observes the 40 Hours Devotion

Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary Observes the 40 Hours Devotion

The clergy and seminarians of Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, Nebraska, made a Lenten act of adoration to Our Lord in observing the Forty Hours Devotion.

Regina Pacis Featured in Lexington Diocese

Regina Pacis Featured in Lexington Diocese

Regina Pacis Chaplaincy is our apostolate in the Diocese of Lexington, and they were fortunate to be highlighted in the most recent issue of Cross Roads, the diocesan newspaper. The article provided Fr. Mark Fisher, FSSP, a opportunity to extol the virtues of the Traditional Latin Mass, including grand architecture, Gregorian Chant and the solemnity […]

Ash Wednesday at Mater Dei in Dallas

Ash Wednesday at Mater Dei in Dallas

“Memento, homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris.” “Remember, man, that thou art dust, and unto dust thou shalt return.” ~ Gen 3:19 In the Old Law, ashes were a sign of repentance, mourning, and grief of soul. In the New Law, sackcloth and ashes represented the public repentance of sins in the early […]

Altar Server Corp Prepares for Holy Week in Los Angeles

Altar Server Corp Prepares for Holy Week in Los Angeles

Comprehensive training is required for altar servers to assist even at Low Mass, and thus the demands of the Solemn High Mass require a much more extensive and well-trained altar server corps.

St. Francis de Sales in Atlanta Marches for Life

St. Francis de Sales in Atlanta Marches for Life

For the March for Life in 2015, Fr. Matthew McCarthy, FSSP, pastor of St. Francis de Sales in Atlanta, along with dozens of parishioners, joined in a march to the statehouse in downtown Atlanta.

Feast of the Holy Face at St. Damien’s in Oklahoma City

Feast of the Holy Face at St. Damien’s in Oklahoma City

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass was offered in honor of the Holy Face by Fr. Christopher Pelster, FSSP administrator of St. Damien’s.

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The Church in the Early Middle Ages
Pt. 6 of 11 – Visigothic Spain and St. Isidore of Seville
Dr. John Rao, Roman Forum, 1994

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