About Us (Draft)

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Our Mission

Angelus Press aims to promote the immemorial Tradition of the Catholic Faith and the Tridentine Rite of the Mass with an unswerving commitment to orthodoxy and the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. As an apostolate of the Catholic press, we have the mission of spreading the Faith through the printed word by our books, our magazine publications, and various media and conferences. We pray that the Good Lord will continue to bless our apostolate of bringing the integral Catholic Faith to modern men, some of whom, by the grace of God, still seek Him Who is the Way, the Truth and the Life (Jn 14:6).

Our History

Angelus Press was founded in 1978 in Dickinson, Texas, by Fr. Carl Pulvermacher, OFM. We began as an apostolate of the Society of St. Pius X to provide traditional Catholic literature and doctrine to Americans confused by the changes in the Church after Second Vatican Council and the introduction of the New Mass. Although run almost entirely by volunteers, Fr. Carl Pulvermacher and his small band of faithful helpers ensured that, in the whirlwind of changes happening in the 1970’s, faithful Catholics could find reliable, traditional Catholic teaching.

By the grace of God, after almost 40 years of continued growth, Angelus Press now offers over six hundred titles, of which over 250 are our own publications. We continue not only to fortify traditional Catholics so that they can defend the Faith, we also reach out to those who have not yet found Tradition.

St. John Bosco once said “Only God knows the good that can come about by reading one good Catholic book.” 

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