What’s New on FSSP.com

Laudetur Iesus Christus!

Welcome to the new FSSP.com. The new site focuses on the mission of the Fraternity, and how we support the Priesthood and the Church through priestly formation, our parishes and apostolates, and the missions.  In addition, our new site has a more responsive layout, allowing you to explore more easily the mission of the Fraternity across PCs, tablets, and phones.

Being significantly different from the previous version of our site, we thought that we would give an overview, with links to popular content you may have used on the previous site.

  • Orations: this section is for newcomers to the Traditional Latin Mass, also known as the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. Learn more about the liturgical traditions of the Church, and sign up for Memento, the District newsletter.
  • Locations: this section replaces the Apostolates and Locations page, and gives you an interactive map with links to all of our North American apostolates. Simply click on an icon on the map, and go.
  • Donations: what used to be our Contributions page. There are now three donation forms on FSSP.com. The first form is for donations that support either the works of the District or the Seminary. There is a separate form for enrolling in our novenas, which you can do now year-round.  Lastly, there is a form for enrolling friends and family in our Adjutorium program.  You will find links to these donation forms in the appropriate places around the site.
  • Summations:  Here you will find links to our work: priestly formation, our apostolates, our Mass novenas and the prayer for priest card, parish life and parish news, the Confraternity of St. Peter, MissionTradition and the missions, and priestly formation.  Click on each shield to explore different aspects of our formation and life as the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter.
  • Reflections: throughout the liturgical year, the Fraternity offers a reflection on the time of year, or various aspects of our priestly mission in the Church.

Here are links to popular items on the previous site:

October 24, 2016