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

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The Vital Role of Preserving Catholic Traditions Through Mission Work

In a world that increasingly leans towards the secular, the unwavering light of the Gospel and the sacred traditions of the Catholic Church stand as a beacon of hope, guidance, and salvation. As faithful members of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP), our devotion not only lies in the celebration of the traditional Latin Mass but also in living out the Catholic faith through intentional mission work. The mission work conducted by Mission Tradition, a dedicated ministry of the FSSP, is a testament to the profound importance of preserving Catholic traditions in our efforts to serve and uplift communities across the globe.

The Foundations of Our Mission

Mission Tradition is deeply rooted in the rich soils of the Catholic faith, aiming to serve the physical and spiritual needs of those in Nigeria, Colombia, and Mexico. Our missions are not mere acts of charity; they are the living, breathing examples of the Catholic Church’s teachings in action. We bring the traditional Latin Mass to the faithful, an invaluable treasure of the Church, embodying the essence of our faith and the beauty of our worship. This, coupled with our mission work in agriculture, education, priestly formation, and infrastructure development, reinforces the indispensable role of Catholic traditions in enriching lives beyond the confines of the church walls.

Joining Hands with Mission Tradition

Preserving Catholic traditions through mission work is not a solitary journey. It requires the hands, hearts, and prayers of the entire traditional Catholic community. Mission Tradition invites you to be part of this noble cause. Your involvement can bring significant change, transforming special moments into opportunities for grace and charity.

As we continue to illuminate the truth of Christ in an ever-darkening world, let us remember that preserving Catholic traditions through mission work is not merely about upholding rituals. It is about living our faith profoundly, spreading the light of Christ’s Gospel, and bringing hope to those in dire need. In this sacred endeavor, we truly embody the living Church, faithful to its traditions, and unwavering in its mission to serve.  Together, let us carry the torch of our faith, illuminating paths and warming hearts, in service to God and His people.

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.

Lend a Helping Hand and Celebrate Life With Mission Tradition

Share your special moments and create a lasting impact together with Mission Tradition. As we journey on our mission to uplift lives in Colombia, Mexico, and Nigeria, your involvement can bring significant change. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, observing an anniversary, or honoring the memory of a loved one, your contribution can turn these moments into ones of hope and opportunity.

To join us in our mission, simply visit our crowdfunding campaign at https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/missiontradition. Dedicate your joyous moments and touching tributes toward making meaningful change through education, infrastructure development, farming initiatives, priestly formation and career training.

Are you ready to celebrate life differently? Infuse your special occasions with deeper meaning. Join us, and let’s make a difference today!

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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.