Video: Rogation Day Procession and Mass

May 20, 2020

Rogation Days are a very old and wonderfully “earthy” tradition in the Roman Rite–uniting both the supernatural world (prayer and…

LifeChain 2016 in Dayton

October 25, 2016

Fr. George Gabet, FSSP, former District Superior and new pastor of Holy Family in Dayton, gathered with parishioners, to make…

Building, and Marian Devotion, at Regina Caeli in Houston

Regina Caeli, our parish apostolate in Houston, was founded in devotion to Our Lady, Queen of Heaven. As they have grown…

Battle for the Ancient Mass (Audio)

August 26, 2016

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

Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz Ordains Four in Omaha

May 28, 2016

On Saturday, May 28, four deacons of the Fraternity of St. Peter were ordained priests by the Most Reverend Fabian Bruskewitz, at Saint Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska.

Fraternity Begins a New Apostolate in the Diocese of Manchester, NH

May 26, 2016

Bp. Peter Labasci has invited the FSSP to administer the parish of St. Stanislaus, beginning in August 2016.

The FSSP To Open New Apostolate in the Diocese of Allentown

May 24, 2016

The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter is please to announce the opening of a new apostolate in the Diocese of Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Father Lucian Astuto, RIP

May 10, 2016

The Priestly Fraternity mourns the passing of Father Lucian Astuto, who taught for many years at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary.

Twelve Ordained to the Diaconate by Bishop Andrew Cozzens

March 12, 2016

On Saturday, March 12, 2016, the Most Reverend Andrew Cozzens ordained twelve men to the diaconate: Adrian Debow, Anthony Dorsa, Joseph Favole-Mihm, Jonathan Heinricy, Charles Ike, Caleb Insco, Caleb Kick, Aaron Liebert, Krzysztof Sanetra, James Smith, Alex Stewart, and Matthew Vierno.

2016 Schedule of Fraternity Boys Camps

March 1, 2016

Each camp has it’s own particular character, but their essential element remains the same – to strengthen the faith of those attending. This is accomplished by providing the boys with spiritual instruction, giving them a good example of Catholic manhood, and most importantly, by providing them the daily opportunity to participate in the Sacraments.