“My people are dying for lack of knowledge”. Today, the observation of the prophet Hosea is sorely felt: without knowledge, faith becomes empty, charity becomes hollow and sentimental, and the soul is exposed to the grave perils of error, confusion and relativism that were already denouncing Benedict XVI. More than ever, the Christian must love the True, that is to say Christ.
With the site claves.org, the district of France of the Fraternity of Saint-Pierre proposes to bring its small stone to this work in the service of Truth. More than information, Claves is a site of formation, an online complement to our magazine Tu es Petrus, which has existed since the foundation of the Fraternity of Saint Peter in 1988. Adapting to the needs and constraints of the faithful, who sometimes lack the time and the tools to go deeper into subjects that are nevertheless essential, Claves wants to give keys to understanding questions of faith, in an accessible, short and synthetic way, without sacrificing the necessary precision required by the search for the Truth.
In addition to the articles classified by category (theology, holy scripture, spirituality, family, etc.), Claves also offers to deepen topics each month through special files. A large place is also given to audio through the podcasts of the conferences of our priests, to train differently. An electronic letter makes it possible to be informed at all times of the latest publications, and everyone can also ask their questions to a priest, for a more individual formation.
Claves are also the keys of Saint Peter, present on the arms of the Fraternity of Saint Peter, as a sign of its attachment to the sovereign pontiff. In this difficult period for the Church, Claves will thus be the opportunity to better present the Society of Saint Peter, its history, its own vocation, and the doctrinal reasons for its liturgical choices, in order to deepen this double attachment which makes the he soul of this community: unwavering fidelity to the so-called Tridentine liturgy and to the Holy See.
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