History of the SSPX

History of the SSPX: Part 5 – From the 2000 Jubilee Year to 2020

Welcome to the SSPX Podcast – during this week, we’ll be revisiting 5 lectures given by Fr. Daniel Themann, the rector of Holy Cross Seminary in Australia, about the history of the Society of Saint Pius X. These were given on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the SSPX, in November, 2020.

Today’s lecture is the fifth in the series, which looks at the more recent history of the SSPX – covering the past 20 years or so.

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History of the SSPX: Part 4 – The 1990’s – A Period of Growth

Welcome to the SSPX Podcast – during this week, we’ll be revisiting 5 lectures given by Fr. Daniel Themann, the rector of Holy Cross Seminary in Australia, about the history of the Society of Saint Pius X. These were given on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the SSPX, in November, 2020.

Today’s lecture is the fourth in the series, and covers the period of the 1990’s, a time of extraordinary growth for the mission of the SSPX

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History of the SSPX: Part 3 – The 1988 Episcopal Consecrations

Welcome to the SSPX Podcast – during this week, we’ll be revisiting 5 lectures given by Fr. Daniel Themann, the rector of Holy Cross Seminary in Australia, about the history of the Society of Saint Pius X. These were given on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the SSPX, in November, 2020.

Today’s lectures is the third in the series, and covers the Episcopal Consecrations. For more on this, you can see the Crisis Series episode #42 with Bishop Bernard Fellay. https://youtu.be/bmcIGIPrFd4

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History of the SSPX: Part 2 – The Place of the Mass in Our Battle: 1971-1976

Welcome to the SSPX Podcast – during this week, we’ll be revisiting 5 lectures given by Fr. Daniel Themann, the rector of Holy Cross Seminary in Australia, about the history of the Society of Saint Pius X. These were given on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the SSPX, in November, 2020.

Today’s lecture is the second in the series, titled, “The Place of the Mass in our Battle” and covers the period of 1971-1976

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History of the SSPX: Part 1 – The Foundation

Welcome to the SSPX Podcast – over the next 5 days, we’ll be revisiting 5 lectures given by Fr. Daniel Themann, the rector of Holy Cross Seminary in Australia, about the history of the Society of Saint Pius X. These were given on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the SSPX, in November, 2020.

Today’s lecture is on the foundation of the society by archbishop Marcel Lefebvre as he was facing the decimation of traditional worship

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