The districts of the SSPX worldwide

In the organizational structure of the Society of St. Pius X, the district is the equivalent of a religious province, a territorial division often coinciding with the geographical boundaries of a nation.

Each district is under the supervision of a district superior, appointed by the Superior General and his council for a renewable six-year term. He is entrusted the direction of the apostolate in his territory, according to the Statutes and spirit of the Society.

He is also responsible for the wise pastoral, spiritual, and temporal administration of the different apostolates: priories, schools, retreat houses, publications, associations of the faithful, etc. His main task is the care for the communities of priests working in the district.

Autonomous Houses

In the organizational structure of the Society of St. Pius X, an autonomous house is a district in formation.

Districts overview

  • District of Africa

    Superior: Fr. Henry Wuilloud

      7 priories
    23 chapels
      2 schools

  • District of Asia

    Superior: Fr. Patrick Summers

      6  priories
    39  chapels
      1  school

  • District of Australia

    Superior: Fr. John Fullerton

      7 priories
    38 chapels
      4 schools

  • District of Austria

    Superior: Fr. Stefan Frey

      4 priories
    16 chapels

  • District of Belgium - Netherlands

    Superior: Fr. Patrick Duverger

    3 priories
    8 chapels
    1 school

  • District of Canada

    Superior: Fr. Daniel Couture
     
      6 priories
    30 chapels
      3 schools
      1 retreat center

  • District of France

    Superior: Fr. Benoît de Jorna

      44 priories
    109 chapels
      47 schools
        4 retreat centers

  • District of Germany

    Superior: Fr. Firmin Udressy

    13 priories
    29 chapels
      4 schools
      1 retreat center

  • District of Great Britain

    Superior: Fr. Robert Brucciani

      7 priories
    31 chapels
      1 school

  • District of Italy

    Superior: Fr. Ludovico Sentagne

      4 priories
    16 chapels
      1 retreat center

  • District of Mexico - Guatemala

    Superior: Fr. Jorge Amozurrutia

      6 priories
    20 chapels
      2 schools

  • District of South America

    Superior: Fr. Mario Trejo

      8 priories
    41 chapels
      4 schools

  • District of Switzerland

    Superior: Fr. Pascal Schreiber

    10 priories
    17 chapels
      6 schools
      1 retreat center

  • District of United States

    Superior: Fr. Jürgen Wegner

      20 priories
    103 chapels
      26 schools
        3 retreat centers

  • Autonomous House of Eastern Europe

    Superior: Fr. Karl Stehlin

      4 priories
    15 chapels
      3 schools
      1 retreat house

  • Autonomous House of Central America and Caribbean

    Superior: Fr.  Lawrence Novak

  • Autonomous House of Spain - Portugal

    Superior: Fr. Philippe Brunet

      1 priory
    17 chapels

  • Autonomous House of Brazil

    Superior: Fr. Juan-Maria de Montagut

      3 priories
    15 Chapels

  • Autonomous House of Ireland

    Superior: Fr. Vincente Griego

      2 priories
      5 chapels