35 years ago, in Dickinson, TX, Fr. Carl Pulvermacher, a Capuchin priest, founded both Angelus Press and The Angelus. From those early days of countless volunteers and old printing presses, we’ve grown beyond the boundaries of a traditional publishing houses to offer video, audio, and a yearly conference in Kansas City. In spite of expanding the vehicles by which we offer content, we are always looking for new ways to bring our message to you…as evidenced by this blog!
Our goal has always been to promote and defend the Catholic Faith, Tradition, and the traditional Latin Mass. In light of this integral approach, a quick visit to our website shows the diversity of our approach: books on the crisis in the Church, spirituality, history, the social doctrine of the Church, and many others. (Our magazine’s sections mirror this approach.)
What is the most important thing we do for you? Is there anything you would like to see more of? How can we improve? We love having your feedback, whether here on the blog, by phone, or e-mail.
Obviously, we primarily publish and distribute books. We try to strike a balance between providing the Catholic classics and keeping you informed and educated about current events. Not to mention the works so important to understanding the post-conciliar era, especially the works of Archbishop Lefebvre and Michael Davies.
Our magazine has gone through quite a few changes in the past two years: we’ve moved to a comprehensive bi-monthly publication with regular columns and writers, and a unique theme every issue. If you’ve seen it, you know we’ve had a professional re-design done with the hopes of making it both easier to read and more attractive.
2013 will be the fourth year we’ve hosted a conference in October in Kansas City. This year’s theme is Our Lady, and we are honored to have Bishop Fellay back as our keynote speaker. Further information will be available soon. Of course, the audio recordings are still available from past years.
We’ve gradually released e-books, audio books, and several video interviews with Fr. Arnaud Rostand, the District Superior of the SSPX in America. Soon we’ll be launching an online radio station (which will feature a mixture of lectures, sermons, interviews, and music), mp3 downloads for our audio products, and perhaps even a board game.
As we celebrate our 35th year of fighting for Tradition, how can we help you and reach even more people?
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With great sadness, the U.S. District of the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX) announces the passing of Fr. Dominique Bourmaud. He went to his eternal reward in the early hours of Saturday, September 4, 2021.
Eternal rest grant unto Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen.