An encouraging website

I saw at Rorate a great post about the beautiful page of the FSSP’s seminary in Wigratzbad. It is in French, but you will

Great new blog: Wigratzbad seminary

The European seminary of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP), the Seminary of Saint Peter in Wigratzbad, in the Bavarian Swabia, has a new page in French, a blog on the daily activities of the formation house.

We heartily recommend visiting it for frequent updates, and we also recommend it to those thinking about a vocation in this great Fraternity.

While I think that the real reforms will come when more diocesan priests are shouldering the load, I am all for – even more than ever – the good work of the FSSP.

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2 Responses to An encouraging website

  1. StWinefride says:

    I miss the FSSP. I was in Rome for their 20th Anniversary Pilgrimage.

    LiveMass.net will be broadcasting a Solemn Mass tomorrow, October 18, from SS Trinita dei Pellegrini:

    http://fssp.com/press/2013/09/livemass-changes-and-upcoming-25th-anniversary-events/

  2. It’s funny that people usually make fun of the Institute of Christ the King because they have everything in French (but their headquarters are in Italy). However, this site is in French, even though they are in Germany!