The Society of St. Pius X accepts Pope John Paul II as the current Sovereign Pontiff of the Catholic Church and prays for him in every Mass. However while accepting him as Pope, we do not follow his every personal opinion but are only bound when he acts in conformity with Holy Tradition. Nor do we accept the innovations inaugurated by the "spirit of Vatican II" especially in the Liturgy, ecumenism, religious liberty or collegiality, realizing that these innovations are in one way or another already condemned by the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. In line with St. Paul we "hold fast to tradition" the same as did our ancestors all the way back to the early martyrs of the Roman coliseum. We pray to Almighty God that we might persevere in the Holy Catholic Faith.
-Instaurare omnia in Christo-
"To restore all things in Christ"
Pope Saint Pius X - Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
4:00 PM every Sunday with Confessions one hour before Mass
(We apologize for the inconvenience of such a late Mass. Due to the fact that the amount of faithful attending the SSPX Masses is increasing faster than the supply of priests, we have been forced into the necessity of having a later Mass.)
Maps, Telephone and Address to the Church
Declaration of Archbishop Lefevbre (Econe, November 21, 1974)
Society of Saint Pius X American District Headquarters
Correspondence between H. E. Bishop D'Arcy and Father Peter Scott
Correspondence on Capital Punishment
Roman theologians condemn the New Mass
Study of the Novus Ordo Missae (New Order of Mass)
Traditional Catholic Homepage
Saint Mary's Academy and College
Quotes from the Saints concerning Tradition
Elevation of the Chalice during High Mass (Missa Cantata)
The Holy Gospel during High Mass (Missa Cantata)
Consecration of the wine during High Mass (Missa Cantata)
Altar servers' trip to The University of Notre Dame
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please feel free to contact us either by phone or e-mail.