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Society of St. Pius X

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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The American Catholic Research Center and University Archives
Creator: Society of St. Pius X
Title: Society of St. Pius X
Dates: 1954-1997
Extent: 5.5 linear feet; 11 boxes
Abstract: The collection consists largely of publications by the Society of St. Pius X; also Michael Davies writings, devotions, photographs, and publications critical of current Church and social trends.
Collection Number: 192
Language: English, French

Historical Note

The Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), is an apostolic Catholic organization founded by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, 1905-1991. From its main seminary headquartered in Econe, Switzerland, the Society has grown to hundreds of priests and seminarians in over 30 countries including the United States. The SSPX, a secular (non-vowed) religious congregation, also has members who are brothers, sisters, oblates, and Third Order members, and it supports under its umbrella vowed religious orders including Carmelites, Franciscans, Dominicans and Benedictines. Lefebvre was an African missionary and a retired superior general of the Holy Ghost Fathers.

The SSPX came into being in 1970 after the Second Vatican Council. Lefebvre is quoted as saying he and Archbishop Antonio de Castro Mayer "…fought together to prevent the errors of Liberalism, which are a cancer in the doctrine of the Church, spreading themselves in the texts of the Council. Together we fought and we have found each other publicly maintaining the defense of Tradition"(1). To carry on his work after his death, Lefebvre consecrated four bishops outside of the Church's explicit permission, resulting in much of the controversy surrounding the Society.

Michael Davies, 1936-2004, retired British schoolteacher, seems to have never officially joined the SSPX, but wrote numerous books and pamphlets that supported many of its positions. However, his support waned and he became the president of Una Voce, whose mission is to support only the celebration of the Tridentine/Gregorian Rite Mass within the Church, in union with the Holy See. Frank Lomica was a member of the SSPX in the 1980s. The SSPX publication "Cor Unum" lists him as a seminarian in 1986.

(1) Lefebvre, 1988. The Sermon of His Excellency Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on the Occasion of Ordinations to the Holy Priesthood. Angelus 11:7, p. 22.

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Scope and Contents

Series 1: Frank Lomica Personal Papers, includes a piece of paper with a map to an unknown location with "Bishop Tokarczwk of Poland" and the Angelus handwritten on the back, 1984. Class directory of St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT 1984-85 listing Mr. Lomica in his second year. A writing tablet which is probably Mr. Lomica's handwriting because the writing seems to match that in the donation cover letter from Mr. Lomica; notes from seminary conferences, 1986-87.

Series 2: Rule of the Seminaries of the Society, 1972, statues of Society of St. Pius X, 1976, Ordonnances concernant les Pouvoirs et facultes dont jouissent les membres de la Fraternite Sacerdotale Saint Pie X, 1980, Daily schedule, n.d.

Series 3: AV and Photographs, includes four audio-visual works and 21 photos. "The Tridentine Mass, third Sunday After Easter" with Fr. Frederick Nelson, by Keep the Faith Inc., a non-SSPX publisher. "A Sign of Hope" by St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT, n.d., "Ordinations at Ridgefield", 1986, "Econe, Priests for Tomorrow", 45 min., 1986. An assortment of photographs 3" x 5", 4" x 6", 8" x 10" about half black and white, and some photocopies. Includes depiction of SSPX seminarians and brothers, 1984; taking the Cossack; Fr. Lomica; Lefebvre at ordination to diaconate and subdiaconate in New York, 1983, signed photo of Lefebvre. Building and grounds of a seminary, 1986. . There are also color 8" x 10" photographs of Lefebvre, 1983-85, n.d.

Series 4: Includes SSPX magazines, newsletters, mailings, flyers, school catalogs, publishing catalogs, open letters, and books and pamphlets by Archbishop Lefebvre and Michael Davies. The Angelus magazine, almost complete run from 1978-88, tracing the history and philosophy of the Society, published in the USA, 1977-1991. Volume 11:7, July 1998 is a special edition commemorating the consecration of four bishops; volume 14:5 and 6 May-June 1991 commemorates Archbishop Lefebvre's death. Catholic: the Voice of Catholic Orthodoxy is a publication from Australia, 1986. Copies of Verbum, four page over-sized newsletter, published from St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Ridgefield, CT. 1983-88; traces the building of the Ridgefield seminary, vocations, children's summer camps, adult spiritual retreats, 1983-88. Verbum published from Winona, MN, along with "Friends and benefactors" letters. Volume 31, summer 1988 explains how four bishops were consecrated with Rome's "approval in principle" "but without its permission in practice". Friends and Benefactors" letters and other inserts offer in-depth philosophical arguments, social criticism, and political commentary. St. Mary's Academy and College benefactor letter, graduating senior address; the Christmas appeal magazines (35-70 pages) includes class photos, alumni updates, priest ordinations, faculty profiles, philosophy emphasizing classical western education and separate roles for men and women, and St. Mary's, Kansas community news. Cor Unum pamphlets in French; seminary lists, and updates on the Society's world-wide mission; a mix of English or French. Regina Coeli from the SSPX, US District. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT, "Friends and Benefactors" letters, mostly complete from 1984-1992; many contain extra letters, social teachings, philosophical constructs, flyers and financial appeals. Tracts on ecumenism. "The Archbishop's 'Deal' with the Vatican-The truth" open letter contains a handwritten note in the margins about a priest who will "most likely be got rid of" for offering a Latin Tridentine Mass. Lefebvre writings including "Lenten Letter to our Dear Faithful" written in Lefebvre's own hand. Contains an exchange of writings between Lefebvre, Bishop de Castro Mayer, Cardinal Ratzinger, and a letter to the Pope concerning Declaration on Religious Liberty, Canon Law and liturgical reform. Lefebvre books, pamphlets, speeches: "A Bishop Speaks, writings and addresses; "The Catholic Mass", "Luther's Mass", "The essentials of our Faith", 1979, Liberalism, 1980, "Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, collected works, volume 1", 1985, "Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, collected works, volume 2", n.d., "I Accuse the Council!", 1982, An Open Letter to Confused Catholics", by Lefebvre, 1987.

Series 5: Michael Davies writings include the books "Liturgical Revolution", autographed by Davies, limited edition "Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre", and one "Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre" autographed by Lefebvre. Pamphlets by Michael Davies: "The New Mass", 1977, "Archbishop Lefebvre and Religious Liberty", 1980, "Privilege of the Ordained", 1982, "The Liturgical Revolution", 1983, "The Roman Rite Destroyed", 1983, "The Barbarians Have Taken Over", 1985, "The Goldfish Bowl: The Church Since Vatican II", 1985, and several others. 1976-1985.

Series 6: Devotions and Prayer Cards, many commemorating SSPX priesthood ordinations, 1977-1984.

Series 7: Newspaper clippings, writings and letters, mostly reactions to the Catholic Church's RENEW program; news articles about nuns as spiritual directors, and a "half-way house" for ex-SSPX priests, 1977-1987.

Series 8: An assortment of books, pamphlets, magazines and letters of non-SSPX origin, many critical of current Church and social trends, 1954-1993.

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Arrangement

The Society of St. Pius X collection consists of 8 series:









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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Donated by former Society member Frank Lomica in December 2003.

Processing Information

Processing, data entry, EAD markup completed in November 2008 by Sandra Denise Ware.

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Related Material

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Persons:
Davies, Michael, 1936-2004
Lefebvre, Marcel, 1905-1991

Organizations:
Catholic Church
Society of St. Pius X

Places:
France
Germany
Switzerland
United States
United States: Kansas

Subjects:
Catholic Church: Clergy: Biography
Catholic Church: Doctrines
Catholic Church: Laity
Catholic Church: Missions
Catholic Church: Periodicals
Catholic Church: Prayers and devotions
Catholic schools
Catholic theological seminaries
Catholic traditionalist movement
Catholic Women
Christian ethics: Catholic authors
Christian life: Catholic authors
Church renewal: Catholic Church
Ecumenism
Education
Evangelistic work
Excommunication
Family Life
Mass
Monasticism and religious orders
Schism
Vocation (in religious orders, congregations, etc.)
Vocation, Ecclesiastical


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Bibliography

http://www.sspx.org/

http://www.unavoce.org/about.htm

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Frank Lomica Personal Papers, 1984-1987 (1)
Small file of Lomica's class and personal notes on the priesthood, the SSPX, spirituality; seminary class list.
Box Folder
1 1 Misc.: Paper with map, class list of St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary Ridgefield, CT; Lomica writing tablet, 1984-1987
                       
Series 2: Society Statues and Seminary Rules, 1972-1980 (1)
About fifty typed pages on the SSPX rules and statutes including English/Latin "Formula Oblationis" and "Oblatio".
Box Folder
1 2 Rule of the Seminaries of the Society, 1972
  3 Statues of the Society, 1976
  4 Ordonnances concernant les Pouvoirs et facultes dont jouissent les membres de la Fraternite Sacerdotale Saint Pie X , 1980
  5 Daily schedule, n.d.
                       
Series 3: AV and Photographs, 1983-1986 (1)
Includes photos of Lomica's seminary class, poor quality photocopies of a magazine showing an unidentified seminary, a candid snapshot of Lefebvre, and four VCRs.
Box Folder
1 6 Assortment of photographs, about half black and white and some photocopies, depicting SSPX seminarians and brothers taking the cossack, as well as building and grounds , 1984-1986, n.d.
  7 Assortment of Lefebvre photographs, some color, 1983, n.d.
  8 "The Tridentine Mass, third Sunday After Easter" with Fr. Frederick Nelson, by Keep the Faith Inc., a non-SSPX publisher, n.d.
  9 "A Sign of Hope" by St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT, n.d.
  10 "Ordinations at Ridgefield", 1986
  11 "Econe, Priests for Tomorrow", 45 min., 1986
                       
Series 4: Society Publications and Publicity Material, 1963-1997 (7)
Includes most of the SSPX publications of the US District, and a few non-US publications.
Box Folder
2 1 Angelus, November 1977
  2 Angelus, (1:1-1:6) January 1978- June 1978
  3 Angelus, (1:7-1:12) July 1978- December 1978
  4 Angelus, (2:1-2:6) January 1979- June 1979
  5 Angelus, (2:7-2:9, 2:11-2:12) July 1979- September 1979, November 1979-December 1979
  6 Angelus, (3:1-3:6) January 1980- June 1980
  7 Angelus, (3:7-3:11) July 1980- November 1980; additional photocopy of "Ten years in the Service of the Church" from November 1980
Box Folder
3 1 Angelus, (4:1-4:6) January 1981- June 1981
  2 Angelus, (4:7-4:12) July 1981- December 1981
  3 Angelus, (5:1-5:6) January 1982- June 1982
  4 Angelus, (5:7-5:12) July 1982- December 1982
  5 Angelus, (6:1-6:6) January 1983- June 1983
  6 Angelus, (6:7-6:12) January 1983- June 1983
Box Folder
4 1 Angelus, (7:1-7:6) January 1984- June 1984
  2 Angelus, (7:7-7:12) July 1984- December 1984
  3 Angelus, (8:1-8:6) January 1985- June 1985
  4 Angelus, (8:7-8:12) July 1985- December 1985, 1 additional copy of July 1985, October 1985, November 1985
  5 Angelus, (9:1-9:6) January 1986- June 1986
  6 Angelus, (9:7-9:12) January 1986- June 1986
Box Folder
5 1 Angelus, (10:1-10:5) January 1987- May 1987, additional copy of April 1987
  2 Angelus, (11:6-11:8) June 1988- August 1988
  3 Angelus, (14:5-6) May-June 1991, additional copy, includes "Friends and Benefactors" letter from St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, May 9, 1991
  4 Catholic: the Voice of Catholic Orthodoxy, (43, 45, 47) June 1986, September 1986, November 1986
  5 Verbum, Ridgefield, CT, (11) October 1983
  6 Verbum, Ridgefield, CT, (14-26) Summer 1984-[?1987]
  7 Verbum, Ridgefield, CT, (29-30) Winter 1987-Spring 1988
  8 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (31, 42-44) Summer 1988, Spring 1991- Fall 1991
  9 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (45-47) Winter 1992-Spring 1992
  10 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (Commemorative Issue, 500th Anniversary of the Discovery of America, 1992
  11 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (48-51)Winter 1993- Fall 1993
  12 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (52-55)Winter 1994-Fall 1994
Box Folder
6 1 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (56-59)Winter 1995-Fall 1995
  2 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (60-63)Winter 1996- Fall 1996
  3 Verbum, Winona, MN with "Friends and Benefactors" letters, (64-65)Winter 1997- Spring 1997
  4 Angelus Press Catalog, 1992-1993
  5 Immaculata Bookstore and Gift Shop catalog, 1996
  6 St. Mary's Academy Conference to Graduating students, 1995
  7 St. Mary's Academy course catalog, St. Mary's College course catalog, 1985, 1996
  8 St. Mary's Academy and College Summer newsletter, 1987
  9 St. Mary's Academy and College Christmas Appeal newsletter, 1991-1993
  10 St. Mary's Academy and College Christmas Appeal magazine, 1994
  11 St. Mary's Magazine, (1:2)1995 and (2:2) 1996
  12 Cor Unum, (15, 17-18) July 1983, February 1984-June 1984
  13 Cor Unum, (19-20) October 1984-February 1985
  14 Cor Unum, (21-22) July 1985-November 1985, additional copy of both
  15 Cor Unum, (21) July 1985, English translation
  16 Cor Unum, (22-23) Official Part [1986?], English
        contains detailed seminarian list
  17 Cor Unum, (22-23) Official Part [1986?], English
        contains "Obedience in the Priestly Fraternity of St. Pius X for the Use Especially of Priest-members"
  18 Cor Unum, (22-23) Documents [1986?], English
        (contains "Obedience in the Priestly Fraternity of St. Pius X For the Use Especially of Priest-members"
Box Folder
7 1 Cor Unum, (23-25) March 1986-October 1986
  2 Cor Unum, (26-28) March 1987-October 1987
  3 Various SSPX US district mailings: "Letter to Friends and Benefactors", "Dear Friend of the Society of Saint Pius X" (AmeriConnect appeal), February 19, 1987, March 2, 1988, August 15, 1994
  4 Regina Coeli House mailer, and Regina Coeli Report, August 1, 1991, and March 1992, November 1, 1992
  5 5 Contains 16 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT, "Friends and Benefactors" letters, February 2, 1984-April 2, 1988
  6 Contains 6 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., October 2, 1986-July 5, 1988
  7 Contains 7 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., September 1, 1988-October 1, 1991
  8 Contains 8 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., January 1, 1992- December 1, 1992, additional copy of December 1, 1992
  9 Contains 8 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., January 1, 1993- December 11, 1993
  10 Contains 8 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., January 1, 1994- December 1, 1994, additional copy of April 2, 1994
  11 Contains 8 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., January 1, 1995-December 5, 1992
  12 Contains 7 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., January 6, 1996-December 1, 1996
  13 Contains 4 Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, MN, "Friends and Benefactors" letters with attached flyers, appeals, commentaries, etc., January 1, 1997-July 1, 1997
Box Folder
8 1 Solicitations of various SSPX congregations in Texas, New Mexico, Idaho, France, Germany, Switzerland, in no particular order, 1983-1991, n.d.
  2 Paper: "The Archbishop's 'Deal' with the Vatican-The Truth", and Flyer: "Letter of St. Athanasius to His Flock", n.d.
  3 Brochure: "All Priests May Continue to Offer the traditional Mass of the Latin Roman Missal", n.d.
  4 Flyer: "St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary Presents Reign Jesus and Mary", a 90 min. cassette tape of hymns with organ and trumpet, n.d.
  5 Tract: "Catholics Beware! Beware Ecumenism!", [1986]
  6 Papers: "Archbishop Lefebvre on the New Code of Canon Law", and "The Synod: Press Release of Archbishop Lefebvre", October 18, 1983, October 31, 1985
  7 Paper: "Archbishop Speaks", March 30 and April 18, 1986
  8 Paper: "A Statement from Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer following the Visit of John Paul II to the Synagogue in Rome and the Congress of Religions in Assisi", December 2, 1986
  9 Lefebvre writing: "Lenten Letter to Our Dear Faithful", January 25, 1987
  10 Letter from Cardinal Ratzinger to Lefebvre (July 20, 1983) attached to Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer letter, "Open Letter to the Pope Episcopal Manifesto" (November 21, 1983), July 20, 1983, November 21, 1983
  11 Letter of Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer to Holy Father, August 31, 1985
  12 Letter of Lefebvre to Cardinal Ratzinger (April 17, 1985) photocopied onto letter from Ratzinger to Lefebvre (May 29, 1985), April 17, 1985, May 29, 1985
  13 Book: "A Bishop Speaks, writings and addresses, 1963-1975" by Lefebvre, n.d.
  14 Booklet containing 3 lectures given in 1975 by Lefebvre: "The Catholic Mass, Luther's Mass, The Essentials of Our Faith", 1979
  15 Booklet by Lefebvre: "Liberalism", 1980
  16 Booklets: "Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, collected works, volume 1", "Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, collected works, volume 2", 1985, n.d.
  17 Book by Lefebvre: "I Accuse the Council!", 1982
  18 Book by Lefebvre: "An Open Letter to Confused Catholics", 1987
                       
Series 5: Michael Davies writings, 1976-1985 (2)
"Liturgical Revolution", "Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre", and nine pamphlets.
Box Folder
9 1 Book: "Cranmer’s Godly Order: the Destruction of Catholicism through Liturgical Change", part one of Liturgical Revolution by Davies, 1976
  2 Book: "Pope John’s Council", part two of Liturgical Revolution by Davies, 1977
  3 Book: "Pope Paul’s New Mass", part three of Liturgical Revolution by Davies, 1980
  4 Book: "Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre, Part One", additional copy, 1979
  5 Book: "Apologia Pro Marcel Lefebvre, Part Two", 1983
Box Folder
10 1 Pamphlets: "The New Mass", "Archbishop Lefebvre and Religious Liberty", 1977, 1980
  2 Pamphlets: "Privilege of the Ordained", "The Liturgical Revolution", 1982, 1983
  3 Pamphlets: "The Roman Rite Destroyed", "The Barbarians Have Taken Over", 1983, 1985
  4 Pamphlets: "The Goldfish Bowl: The Church Since Vatican II", "St. Athanasius, Defender of the Faith", 1985, n.d.
  5 Pamphlet: "The Tridentine Mass", and photocopy of single article from Angelus magazine: "Schismatic Six", n.d.
                       
Series 6: Devotions and Prayer Cards, 1977-1984 (1)
Booklets with prayers, rites, hymns, church services, meditations, spiritual exercises; prayer cards mostly in memory of priesthood ordinations and religious anniversaries.
Box Folder
11 1 Booklets by SSPX: "Solemn Pontifical Mass of Ordination to Diaconate and Subdiaconate", "Complies", n.d.
  2 Booklet by SSPX: "The Archbishop's Visit", St. Michael Archangel Roman Catholic Chapel, Farmingville, New York, includes devotions, November 5-6, 1983
  3 Booklet by SSPX: "Annee Jubilaire des Apparitions", August 21-22, 1987
        French hymns on Fatima
  4 1 page devotion on The Mass and Christ: "Priest at Mass", 2 pages in Lomica's handwriting?: "Spiritual Direction", n.d.
  5 Pamphlets by SSPX: "Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary", "La Consecration a la Sainte Vierge Marie", 1983
  6 Devotions by SSPX: "Consecratio Fraternitatis Sacerdodalis Sancti Pii X Beatissimae Mariae Virgini ejusque doloroso et Immaculato cordi", "Prayer of Consecration of the Society of St. Pius X to the Immaculate Heart of Mary", 2 additional copies, n.d., 1984
  7 Assortment of 28 prayer cards commemorating priesthood ordinations, 1979-1987
  8 Assortment of 7 religious cards, 2 with handwritten notes signed "Peter", "John Hogan", 1977-1987, n.d.
                       
Series 7: Clippings, writings, letters, 1977-1987 (1)
Photocopies and reprints of newspaper articles; six typed pages reflecting on the RENEW program.
Box Folder
11 9 "Opposition of Catholic Reforms", Wall Street Journal; "Traditionalists Welcome Roman Catholic News Correspondent", Dickinson News, November 1, 1977; November 23, 1977
  10 RENEW program, and nuns as spiritual directors: "Reflections on the RENEW Program", no author, n.d., letters on RENEW issued by St. Thomas More Educational Foundation, Ltd., June 29, 1981, December 1982, "RENEW program being planned for the diocese" Texas Catholic Herald, October 12, 1984, "Catholic team to visit seminary in city" unknown newspaper, n.d., n.d., June 29, 1981, December 1982, October 12, 1984
  11 "Vatican to set up 'half-way house' for ex-Lefebvre followers" Long Island Catholic, January 29, 1987
                       
Series 8: Non-SSPX writings, 1954-1993 (1)
Writings not published by the SSPX, largely critical of the current state of the Church and society, and urging renewal.
Box Folder
11 12 Pamphlets: "Duties of the Catholic State in Regard to Religion" by Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani; "Sacrifice and Priesthood in the Catholic Church" by J.P.M. van der Ploeg, 1954; 1977
  13 Books: "Liberalism is a Sin (What is Liberalism?)" translated and adapted by Conde B. Pallen, 1977 from El Liberalisimo es Pecado by Don Felix Sarda y Salvany, 1899; "Roman Catholic Mass: Latin Tridentine (True Mass) vs The Novus Ordo (New Mass)" by Fr. C. A. Altenbach, 1977; 1981
  14 Pamphlets: "Faith is Greater Than Obedience" by Fr. Albert Drexel; "Christ Denied: Origin of the Present Day Problems in the Catholic Church" by Paul A. Wickens, [1981?]; 1982
  15 Institute of Christ the King: bulletin; financial appeal; mass in honor of Cardinal Stickler; 2 "Dear Friends" letters, n.d., 1992, 1996
  16 Crusade magazine; Latin Mass magazine, April/May 1985; 1993
  17 Fidelity; Single photocopied articles from March 1994: "Marcel Lefebvre: Signatory to Dignitatis Humanae", "Story of the Vanishing Schism: The Strange Case of Cardinal Lara", (5:1, 5:5, 5:10) December 1985, April 1986, September 1986
  18 St. Roch's Church "Beloved Friends in Christ" letter; Crying in the Wilderness Newsletter by the Benedictine Monks of Most Holy Family Monastery, n.d.; Spring 1992
  19 Human Life International, (11:5) May 1993

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Bibliography

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Frank Lomica Personal Papers, 1984-1987

Series 2: Society Statues and Seminary Rules, 1972-1980

Series 3: AV and Photographs, 1983-1986

Series 4: Society Publications and Publicity Material, 1963-1997

Series 5: Michael Davies writings, 1976-1985

Series 6: Devotions and Prayer Cards, 1977-1984

Series 7: Clippings, writings, letters, 1977-1987

Series 8: Non-SSPX writings, 1954-1993

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