Communiqué from the Superior General to All Members of the Society of Saint Pius X at the conclusion of the meeting of major superiors in Anzère (Valais), June 28 2016

16-07-2016  
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Following the meeting of the superiors of the Society of St. Pius X, in addition to the statement he read on June 29, 2016, during the priestly ordinations in Ecône, Bishop Bernard Fellay, the day before, had addressed the priests in a statement that DICI publishes today exclusively. For the glory of God, for the honor […]

Bishop Fellay Announces a New Rosary Crusade

4-07-2016  
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At the priestly ordinations in Zaitzkofen (Germany) on July 2, 2016, Bishop Bernard Fellay, Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X, announced another Rosary Crusade as a spiritual preparation for the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima (May to October 1917). This crusade will be held from August 15, 2016 to […]

Ordinations in Zaitzkofen (Germany), July 2, 2016

4-07-2016  
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July 2, 2016 at the Seminary in Zaitzkofen (Germany), 3 priests (2 German, 1 Spanish) were ordained by Bishop Bernard Fellay. (Source : FSSPX – DICI dated July 4, 2016) See also: Ordinations in Ecône (Switzerland) – June 29, 2016 Ordinations in Winona (USA) – June 3, 2016 Priestly ordinations in the Society of St. […]

Switzerland: Priests and faithful of the Society of St. Pius X prayed on the path of “Gay Pride”

1-07-2016  
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In answer to a call from the Society of St. Pius X District of Switzerland, priests and faithful prayed on the path of the “Pride Walk” in Freiburg, Switzerland, on June 25, 2016. Situated in a perpendicular street, about thirty meters from the path of those demanding “more rights for homosexuals”, the “counter-protestors” sang the […]

Jerusalem: Scientists to enter into Christ’s Tomb

1-07-2016  
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For the first time in 200 years, men are going to enter into Christ’s tomb. According to the Washington Post on June 22, 2016, monument restorers need to enter into the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem in order to clean the layers of soot left by candles over the centuries. They will then put back and […]

Turkey: St. Sophia transformed into a mosque for ramadan

1-07-2016  
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From June 6 to July 5, 2016, in other words, during all of Ramadan, the Koran is read every day in the former basilica of St. Sophia in Istanbul. The State’s religious TV channel broadcasts this morning prayer live before the day’s fast. For the website Boulevard Voltaire on June 15, 2016, “this initiative is […]

Nearing the end of the Vatileaks 2 Trial?

1-07-2016  
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The “Vatileaks 2” trial seems finally to be ending. It started on November 24, 2015, and the final hearings have been scheduled by the Vatican Tribunal for July 4, 5 and 6, 2016. The hearings will be dedicated to the closing argument of the prosecution and the argument for the defense. Three persons are accused […]

France: “Every year 100 priests are ordained, and 800 pass away”

1-07-2016  
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As every year, around the feast of the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul (June 29), diocesan priestly ordinations were celebrated in France in 22 dioceses on Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26. For this year, there were about 100 priestly ordinations, 79 diocesan priests and 18 religious according to the numbers published by the […]

Pope Francis’ Program for the WYD in Poland

1-07-2016  
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The Pope will travel to Poland from July 27 to 31, 2016, for the World Youth Days (WYD) organized in Krakow. Francis will be the third pope to visit Poland, after John Paul II, who went nine times, and Benedict XVI, who went in 2006 for a pilgrimage in his predecessor’s footsteps. The WYD were […]

The Pope’s Apostolic visit to Armenia, June 24-26, 2016

1-07-2016  
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The purpose of this journey, Vatican Radio announced on June 24, is to deepen the fraternal ties between the Roman Catholic Church and the Armenian Apostolic Church. The Armenian Church, strictly speaking, is not part of the Orthodox Communion but is affiliated with the Oriental Churches said to be “of the three Councils,” which have […]

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