Make good Christians and honourable citizens

And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in Heaven and on Earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you…”

The above quote is among the last words of our Savior recorded in St. Matthew’s Gospel. These words represent the authority of Christ and the mission of disciples to spread His teachings to those who do not yet believe. Our organization is devoted to fulfilling this mission and bringing souls closer to God.

Although the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter is not a traditional mission order, we are deeply committed to living out this missionary command. We seek to bring the fullness of Christ into the emptiness of the world, supporting our mission through charitable endeavors which include farming, education, infrastructure development, priestly formation, and career training. Our organization focuses particularly on areas of need, such as Nigeria, Colombia, and Mexico, where we work tirelessly to combat hunger, poverty, and illiteracy.

Our Work Overseas

In 2016 Mission Tradition was established by The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter at FSSP North American Headquarters to provide support to our Mission Tradition outposts in Mexico, Colombia, and Nigeria.  As a traditional Catholic charity, we are devoted to upholding the traditions of the Catholic Church and the teachings of Christ, as well as serving as a beacon of hope to those in need. Through our commitment to our mission, we strive to make a difference in the world by providing support, care, and guidance to those who require it most.

In Colombia

One of the most outstanding achievements of our FSSP Colombia mission is its top-notch school, Colegio Campestre Santo Domingo Savio in Anolaima.  Mission Tradition works to ensure that even those who live in the poorest areas can get an education.

In Mexico

Priests and seminarians can prepare to serve the Latin American community at St. Junipero Serra Spanish Institute. FSSP Mexico has an apostolate in Guadalajara and a house of priestly formation.

In Nigeria

In Africa, FSSP Nigeria boards 20 boys age 7-15, operates a farm for crops and livestock to supplement nutrition; and assists the community with necessities such as clean water and access to medical care.

We Need Your Support

We hope you are inspired by our mission, and we invite you to learn more about how you can help us achieve our goals of bringing the fullness of Christ to the world. Please visit our pages and share them with your family and friends, and if you are able, please consider a gift to our missions, which rely on the generosity of our donors. Above all, we ask for your prayers.