About the Christus Vincit Foundation
Christus Vincit exists to restore the primacy of God in the natural order. We seek, through prudent financial gifts, to assist traditional Catholic parishes and strengthen belief in the supernatural through the restoration of sacred liturgy and beauty.
The Christus Vincit Foundation believes that the present challenges faced by the Church demand the total focus of all the faithful. We also know the genuine revival of Catholic culture can begin through the restoration of authentic forms of worship and traditional beauty.
Our desire is to help build thriving, traditional Catholic communities across the globe who are committed to restoring the treasure and traditions of the Church. By restoring an authentically Catholic culture we can help shine the clear light of Christ into the greater world.
The Christus Vincit Foundation, donors, and partners do this by supporting, through grants and donations, projects that lead to the measurable and sustainable growth of authentically Catholic parishes and organizations.
We have a special focus on supporting those projects based on the restoration of Catholic worship, art and architecture, in the belief that these physical manifestations of faith are a powerful tool for evangelization, both now and for generations to come.
Through the generosity of donors, a 1962 Missale Romanum was purchased for the Juventutem community in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Meet The Team
The Christus Vincit Foundation is dedicated to Our Lady of Good Success.
In seven apparitions over 40 years beginning in 1594, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to Mother Mariana de Jesus Torres of the Convent of the Immaculate Conception in Quito, Ecuador.
Our Lady also made many prophecies about the colony and the Church, including a worldwide crisis of faith and morals in the Church and society that would begin in the 19th century and extend throughout the 20th century. She warned that there would be an almost total corruption of customs, and more.
However, Mary also offered a solution to the crisis, namely, devotion to her under the title Our Lady of Good Success. She prophesied that this devotion would not begin to become well-known until the end of the 20th century.