“Charity is a virtue which, when our affections are perfectly ordered, unites us to God, for by it we love him.” – St. Augustine

Welcome to the Mission

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.

Teaching basic farm skills not only eases hunger, but fulfills our mission in bringing a better quality of life and good morals.
Education is the fastest way out of poverty. We operate three mission schools to help combat illiteracy and lift the futures of children.
The Fraternity of Saint Peter is prepared to “cast out into the deep” and bring the light of Christ to an ever darkening world.
Sustainable infrastructure development is a key work of Mission Tradition. All people have a right to the basic necessities of life.
October is World Mission Month throughout the Church. As Catholics, we strive to bring Christ’s love to the poor around the world. As traditional Catholics, we also understand that traditional liturgy and catechesis have a unique power to bring souls closer to God.

Mission Month

This October we invite you to celebrate the missions of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter.
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God in His infinite goodness continues to send us souls in need. Every encounter is an opportunity to bring the light of Christ into the darkness of the world. Will you help us carry out our important work this fall?

And remember: there are many ways you can offer support. Help us reach our goal of $50,000 today.

Mission News

Tradition in the Mission

When the Fraternity goes on mission, it brings to the faithful there many things, but the most important gift it brings is the traditional Latin Mass.