Fraternity of Saint Vincent Ferrer
The Fraternity of Saint Vincent Ferrer (French: Fraternité Saint Vincent Ferrier; Latin: Fraternitas Sancti Vincenti Ferreri; abbreviated FSVF) is a Catholic religious institute of pontifical right in full communion with the Holy See that follows Dominican spirituality and uses the traditional Dominican Rite. It is named after Saint Vincent Ferrer, a Valencian Dominican priest.
The coat of arms of the Fraternity of Saint Vincent Ferrer
|Type||Clerical Religious Congregation of Pontifical Right (for Men)|
|Headquarters||Couvent Saint Thomas d'Aquin, F-53340 Chémeré-le-Roi, France|
|21 members (12 priests) (2016)|
|Fr. Louis-Marie de Blignières, F.S.V.F.|
|Rev. Louis-Marie de Blignières (founder)|
The fraternity was founded in 1979 by Louis-Marie de Blignières and was initially sedeprivationist, but later reconciled with the Holy See and became a religious institute of pontifical right on 30 November 1988. The fraternity's priests use the traditional Dominican Rite for saying Mass and the hours of the Divine Office. It is not a part of the Dominican Order.
- "Nouveau ralliement à Rome de traditionalistes français". Le Monde (in French). 1988-12-02.
- "Liturgie dominicaine". FSVF (in French). Retrieved 2019-08-24.