Liturgical

Preparing for Mass According to the Four Ends of Prayer

September 13, 2022

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP Touching on the participation of the faithful in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Pope…

Use, Representation, and Being – The Rational Elevation of Material Creation in Man’s Worship

August 22, 2022

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP Man is called to worship the True God “in spirit and in truth” (Joh 4:23). …

“These things were done exactly as the Lord had commanded Moses.”

June 14, 2022

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP After the Hebrews left Egypt, Moses ascended Mount Sinai while the people remained below.  On…

Marcus Tullius Cicero and the Traditional Latin Mass

May 31, 2022

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP As the name suggests, the Traditional Latin Mass is mostly prayed in Latin.  While there…

The Chapters of Passiontide

April 4, 2022

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP In these last two weeks of Lent, fittingly called Passiontide, the liturgical focus of the…

The Wax, the Wick, the Flame

February 8, 2022

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP On February 2nd, the 40th and last day of Christmas, Our Lord’s Presentation in the…

Do You Hear What I Hear?

December 15, 2021

By Fr. William Rock, FSSP The Liturgical Year, with all of its seasons and feasts of the temporal cycle, is…

Creation and the Weekly Liturgy

October 6, 2021

by Fr. William Rock, FSSP While it is almost self-evident as to why the Preface of the Holy Trinity is…

Traditional Latin Mass Training at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in May

February 12, 2015

The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter will be holding an upcoming Traditional Latin Mass training workshop to the Low Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, Nebraska.

Fraternity Christmas Cards with Novena Mass Enrollment

November 18, 2013

The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter’s North American District now has available our 2013 Christmas Cards with Mass enrollment.