Answering the Missionary Call to Serve
Guest blogger, Felicitas Haas, shares her experiences and challenges answering her missionary calling to serve at FSSP Colombia.
Thank You for Helping Us Carry the Cross!
My dear friends in Christ, I hope you have had a blessed and fulfilling Holy Week. Throughout Lent 2022, FSSP...
Day-to-Day Life at FSSP Nigeria
As a friend and supporter of FSSP Mission Tradition, you’ve probably stayed abreast of what’s happening at our apostolates in...
Good News in Passiontide? An Update from FSSP Nigeria
We are nearing the end of Lent 2022. This is the time when our penances can sometimes feel heavier—perhaps even...
See Our Colombia Apostolate Through the Eyes of a Priest
If you’ve ever wondered what kind of difference your gifts make, please read this letter from a newly arrived priest at our Colombia apostolate, Father Jesus Valenzuela
Continuing the Climb: An Update from FSSP Colombia
Our prayers are with you as we all embrace our crosses during this holy season of Lent! Did you notice...
Parish Life Thrives in Guadalajara — Thanks to Your Support!
This Lent, Help Carry the Cross with FSSP Mission Tradition I hope and pray that you are having a blessed...
Week 2, Lent 2022
FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ST. SIMON OF CYRENE In my last message, I promised to share updates and stories...
This Lent, Help Us Carry the Cross!
The vestments at Mass are now violet. The Gloria has disappeared. The Alleluia has been replaced by the Tract. In...
FSSP Nigeria – Making Hand Made Scapulars
Father Van der Putten from our FSSP apostolate in Nigeria sent along a quick introduction of the ladies making scapulars in the parish hall.
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