Confraternitas Sancti Petri

 
 
 

The obligations of the members of the Confraternity are threefold:

  1. 1.To offer one decade of the rosary each day for  the intentions of the Confraternity,

  2. 2.To recite the prayer of the Confraternity each day and

  3. 3.To have the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass offered once each year for the intentions of the Confraternity.


The intentions of the Confraternity are the following:

  1. 1.The sanctification of the members of the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter

  2. 2.For vocations to the Fraternity and

  3. 3.For the fruitfulness of the Fraternity's apostolic labors.


The obligations as member of the Confraternity do not bind under pain of sin, but rather flow from the bonds of charity that move the members to unite themselves to the work of the Fraternity of St Peter. Nevertheless every effort should be made to remain faithful to these prayers that you have promised to say, and to renew the intention to remain faithful to these obligations from time to time.




 

Obligations of the Confraternity Members

 

Indulgences attached to the Confraternity of St. Peter


The Apostolic Penitentiary, by virtue of the faculties granted to it by Pope Benedict XVI, has kindly willed to grant (by decree of June 7, 2008, for 7 years ad experimentum as is customary) to the members of the Confraternity of Saint Peter, under the usual conditions (sacramental confession, Eucharistic communion and prayer for the intentions of the Sovereign Pontiff ) : 

1.      A plenary indulgence:

    a)      On the day of their admission into the Confraternity;

    b)      On February 22nd, Feast of the Chair of St Peter and anniversary of the foundation of the Confraternity;

    c)      On June 29th, Feast of Saints Peter and Paul;

 

2.      A partial indulgence:

    Whenever they partake in pious or charitable activities as members of the Confraternity.

 Let us pray with gratitude for our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI who kindly permitted that the Confraternity of Saint Peter be used as a particular means of sanctification.