This October we invite you to celebrate the missions of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
Mission Month 2023
It is through your generosity that the FSSP is able to reach out to those in desperate need by bringing them the message of Christ. Your gift gives hope and brings a future to all those living day-to-day, wondering what will happen next.
While the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter is not explicitly a mission order, we endeavor to bring the light of Christ into the emptiness of the world. As a result, Mission Tradition was established at the North American Headquarters to provide support to the mission apostolates in Mexico, Colombia, and Nigeria.
Our missions stand on a foundation of love, unwavering faith, and an uncompromising passion for glorifying God. We reach beyond borders to touch the lives of our brothers and sisters in developing nations, encompassing education, agriculture, and infrastructure. Our focus lies in interweaving Christ’s teachings into the fabric of these communities.
Our journey is guided by two unwavering beacons – Scripture and Eucharist. These tenets of Christian faith fuel our purpose, reiterating our commitment to Christ’s teachings.
Your generous support holds the potential to transform lives, providing basic necessities to struggling families and fostering religious vocations, ultimately initiating a ripple effect of positive change.
How your support makes an impact
You can make an incredible difference! Your gift will enable us to educate and empower children through sponsorships, support mission-run programs and community centers, and foster religious vocations.
Our Priests will pray for you! Send us your prayer intentions and let us pray not only for your bodily health, but also for your spiritual growth during this difficult time for traditional Catholics.
“Many, many people hereabouts are not becoming Christians for one reason only: there is nobody to make them Christians.”
– Francis Xavier
Why Give to Mission Tradition?
Giving directly to those in need
- FSSP Priests and Seminarians provide for the spiritual and temporal needs of the mission communities in their care.
- Children in poverty receive access to education, medical care, and other basic needs.
- Farming brings nourishment, trade skill education, dignity, hope, and solidarity to the small villages of Anolaima & Umuaka where poverty predominates.
- Young men can discern God’s call in their life at houses of formation.
We Need Your Support
Please pray for our Missionary priests. Sharing your gifts along with your prayers allows you to partner with them in bringing the Gospel to those in need. If you feel moved to donate monetarily, please know that we use your gifts go directly to those in need.