The following is a list of websites (the views of which are not
necessarily those of this Webmaster or of the Holy Trinity Latin Mass Community) which
pertain to the traditional Roman rite or to traditional Catholic spirituality.
Latin Mass Organizations and Publications:
- The Latin Liturgy Association. The prestigious organization that supports the use of
Latin in both the old and
new Roman rites. Site includes a directory of Latin Masses for the U.S. and Canada, many
Latin prayers and
hymns, and the text to the traditional Roman rite and the Novus Ordo (latinliturgy.com).
- The Coalition in Support of Ecclesia Dei. The organization dedicated to the generous
Pope John Paul IIs important indult (ecclesiadei.org).
- ChristiFideles. Founded in 1989, this organization strives to assist
Roman Catholics in finding ways in which to strengthen their Catholic faith and deepen
their love of God. To accomplish this goal, ChristiFideles offers a series
of activities furnishing doctrinal formation and a sequence of exercises promoting
ascetical formation. All of this is
held in the context of the Traditional Latin Mass and traditional Catholic spirituality (christifideles.org)
- Una Voce. The polemical international organization that supports the use of Latin
and Latin sacred music in the
liturgy. Site includes current news and events, and a list of traditional orders that
celebrate the Latin Mass
- Una Voce Boston. The local (St. Patrick's) chapter of Una Voce International,
faithfully promoting Latin liturgy
in the Boston area.
- The Latin Mass: Chronicle of a Catholic Reform. Site of the magazine dedicated to
the preservation and restoration of the traditional Latin Mass and traditional Catholic
thought, practice and education (latinmassmagazine.com).
- The Saint Gregory Society of New Haven, CT. A non-profit lay association which
exists primarily to advocate
the preservation of the immemorial rite of the Mass, to work for its celebration on a
regular and unrestricted basis,
and to disseminate information about and cultivate interest in the classical Roman liturgy
and its central importance
for Catholic faith and culture. The site contains information on obtaining music,
calendars, CDs, etc.
Traditional Orders and Religious Communities:
Several sites have listings of traditional Catholic religious
communities and orders. They include:
- The Una Voce website (see above).
- Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri, or FSSP). An
international religious community of priests dedicated to the celebration of the
traditional liturgy in diocesan parishes. Site includes a
worldwide Latin Mass listing and Gregorian Chant CDs for sale (fssp.com).
- Society of Saint John. A contemplative religious order living in community. Site
includes and information on the "Catholic City" they are in the process of
building in New York state (ssjohn.org and ssjohn.com).
- Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest. Based in Italy, this order seeks a
restoration of spirituality based
on the Kingship and Priesthood of Christ, and the celebration of the traditional liturgy.
Site includes a gallery (institute-christ-king.org).
- The Work of Mary Mediatrix (Opus Mariae Mediatricis, or OMM). A traditional order in
Berlin, N.J. dedicated to worshipping the Creator according to the Tridentine rite (omm.org).
These sites contain valuable material either directly pertaining to the traditional
liturgy or of general use to orthodox Catholics.
- The Holy See. The Vaticans official website (vatican.va).
- Eternal Word Television Network. The website for Mother Angelicas famous media
ministry contains an
excellent on-line Catholic library (ewtn.com).
- Catholic Families Network. A Catholic ISP (Internet Service Provider), offering an
internet filter which allows your family to use the Internet without encountering
pornographic material (catholicfamilies.net/home.cfm).
- CatholiCity. An eclectic site of general Catholic interest (catholiCity.com).
- National Coalition of Pilgrimages. Information on pilgrimages being held in the U.S.
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