October is Mission Month 2021
Our Missions are not only a bastion of spiritual security in a sinful world, but in many cases also are a safe temporal foundation in a world torn by chaos and filled with poverty.
Every faithful Catholic knows the importance of the missions. It is through the work of missionaries that countless souls have come to know the truth and beauty of our Catholic faith. Today, in the developing nations hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, those who are suffering have an even greater need to know Our Lord.
Although the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter is not primarily a missionary community of priests, we do strive to bring the fulness of Christ into the emptiness of the world—all corners of the world. Our love for souls, for our Catholic faith, and for the traditional liturgies of the Roman Rite compels us to reach out to people in developing nations through our Mission Tradition program.
Already, our apostolates in Mexico, Colombia, and Nigeria have changed many lives. But we can only reach as far as our resources allow—and millions more souls still need our help. Will you support Mission Tradition during Mission Month?
Your gift will enable Mission Tradition to:
- Teach the truth of Christ with clarity and compassion.
- Help sick and vulnerable people gain access to healthcare and medicine.
- Improve quality of life by teaching farming skills.
- Build churches, schools, and other key pieces of infrastructure.
Looking for a creative way to help? Launch your own fundraiser for Mission Tradition by designing and selling items on Bonfire.
I’m very excited about what this campaign will enable our missions to do for thousands of souls around the world! I’ll be giving you updates throughout October.
Thank you for your support of Mission Tradition.
God bless you all,
Fr. Anthony Dorsa, FSSP
Director of Mission Tradition
October 1, 2021