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Thursday, December 8, 2016
Dominicans of the Holy Rosary (SSPX) Announce New Priory!
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I am pleased to announce that the Traditional Dominicans of Steffeshausen, of which I am a Third Order member, have announced that they will henceforth be known as the Dominicans of the Holy Rosary.  The Order had recently put in an offer to buy an ideal and larger property in France and that offer was accepted.  Their future priory - to be named St. Dominic's Priory - is located in an ideal location in France and will allow the Dominicans to better evangelize.

The Traditional Dominicans are active around the world in Australia, Canada, and the United States.  I am pleased to personally know Fr. Albert, the Superior, who received me into the Dominican Order as a Tertiary (i.e. Third Order Member) this past May.

Please read the following newsletter from the group.  And if you can this Advent, please send a donation to this group to help them in paying for this new property.  The group is traditional and unwavering in its fidelity to the Catholic Faith.  The document near the end lists the many ways in order to easily send in a donation - including Paypal.  Please note, there was an error in the letter about the P.O. Box number in Post Falls. It is not 349 but 3489.


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