SSPX-affiliated religious orders

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The Society of Saint Pius X has close links with several religious institutes, chiefly in France, that like the Society itself are not in good standing with the Holy See.

Closely linked orders[edit]

  • Carmelite Sisters of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X[1]
  • Sisters of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X[2]
  • Oblates of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X[3]
  • Missionary Sisters of Jesus and Mary[4]
  • Brothers of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X[5]

Latin-Rite orders[edit]

The following are associated male orders:[6]

See :

  • L'oeuvre de l'Étoile at Nîmes-Cadereau, France

The following are associated female orders:[7]

  • Benedictines at Virlet, France
  • Bethany Sisters at Killiney Road, Singapore[8]
  • Poor Clares at Villé-Morgon, France
  • Disciples of the Cenacle at Velletri, Italy
  • Contemplative Dominicans at Avrillé, France
  • Teaching Dominicans of the Holy Name of Jesus, with houses at
    • Brignolles, France
    • Fanjeaux, France
    • Wanganui, New Zealand
  • Instituto Nossa Senhora do Rosario at Anapolis, Brazil
  • Instituto Reina de la Paz at Santa Maria, RS, Brazil
  • Franciscan Sisters, with houses at
    • Le Trévoux, France
    • Morlaix, France
    • Lens, France
    • Mexico City, Mexico (Mínimas Franciscanas del Perpetuo Socorro de María)
    • Kansas City, US

Eastern-Rite orders[edit]

The following are associated religious orders of eastern rites:[9]

  • Priestly Society of Saint Josaphat at Lviv, Ukraine
  • Fraternity of Saint John the Baptist at Riga, Latvia
  • Greek Catholic Sisters of the Studite Order at Riga, Latvia
  • Ukrainian Basilian Sisters at Lviv, Ukraine

Formerly associated orders[edit]

  • The Transalpine Redemptorists, Scotland, who have since changed their name to Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer, are in good standing with the Catholic Church since June 2008 and are no longer associated with the SSPX.[10]
  • The Dominicans of Avrillé, France ceased in 2014 to be in relation with the Society because of concerns that it was tending towards an agreement with the Holy See.[11][12] Already in 2012, the SSPX superior general indicated that he was worried about their loyalty and deferred ordination of their members,[13] but in 2013 their members still received ordination from SSPX bishops.[14]