Mission Tradition is devoted to serve the goals of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter, a charitable organization imbued with the traditions of the Catholic Church. FSSP Mission Tradition provides nutrition, education, infrastructure development, farming, career training, priestly formation, and other works to provide a future with hope and opportunities to the missions we serve in Nigeria, Colombia, and Mexico.
News from the Mission
FSSP Mexico – An appeal from Father Fryar
I am Father Kenneth Fryar. I am a member of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter. I have been assigned to Mexico since 2009 in Guadalajara. In 2014 I was assigned to Mexico City where the Cardinal has given us use of the Chapel of the Parish of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, but the difficulty we face is where to live.
FSSP Mexico – A Seminarian’s Assignment to Casa Cristo Rey, August 2020
Each year during the summer the seminarians receive an assignment for some practical formation and work connected with one of our FSSP apostolates. This summer I am happy to be assigned to Casa Cristo Rey in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Mission Message from Anolaima, Colombia – June 2020
In this order of ideas, the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter once again opened the doors of their educational center this last February with the firm purpose to continue their pastoral work by means of education. We now confront an alarming situation that has been thrust upon us, but has served to renew the flame of hope in the heart of our students and in the womb of our families and society.