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Communities Using the Tridentine Mass

This List of communities using the Tridentine Mass includes priestly societies and religious institutes which use some pre-1970 edition of the Roman Missal or of a similar missal in communion with the Holy See. In the following list, all societies are in communion with the Church but those marked as "canonically irregular" are so over internal differences over liturgical and legislative reforms introduced at the Second Vatican Council. Most use a pre-1970 edition of the Roman Missal, but some follow other Latin liturgical rites and thus celebrate not the Tridentine Mass but a form of liturgy permitted under the 1570 papal bull Quo primum.

The use of a pre-1970 Roman Missal has never been prohibited by the Catholic Church. Despite being suppressed by the Church post Vatican II, its use was greatly liberalized by the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum issued in 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI.

Many of these communities describe themselves as traditionalist.

Priestly institutes

Exclusively Tridentine Mass

International

  • Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest (Houses in: | England | France | Gabon | Germany | Ireland | Italy | Japan | Spain | United States | )[1]
  • Institute of the Good Shepherd (Houses in: | Brazil | Colombia | Costa Rica | France | Italy | Kenya | Poland | Uganda | United States | )[2]
  • Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (Houses in: | Australia | Austria | Belgium | Canada | Colombia | Czech Republic | France | Germany | Ireland | Italy | Mexico | Netherlands | New Zealand | Nigeria | Poland | Switzerland | United Kingdom | United States | )[3]
  • Society of Saint Pius X (canonically irregular)[a][b](Houses in: | Argentina | Australia | Austria | Belarus | Belgium | Benin | Brazil | Canada | Chile | Colombia | Costa Rica | Croatia | Cuba | Czech Republic | Denmark | Dominican Republic | El Salvador | France | Gabon | Germany | Ghana | Guatemala | Honduras | Hong Kong | Hungary | India | Indonesia | Ireland | Italy | Japan | Kenya | Korea | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Malaysia | Mexico | Namibia | Netherlands | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Nigeria | Norway | Paraguay | Peru | Philippines | Poland | Singapore | South Africa | Spain | Sri Lanka | Sweden | Switzerland | United Arab Emirates | United Kingdom | United States | Uruguay | Zimbabwe | )[4]

Male religious

Exclusively Tridentine Mass

For religious institutes affiliated with the Society of Saint Pius X see SSPX-affiliated religious orders

International

Australia

Czech Republic

France

Germany

Ireland

Italy

Spain

  • Fraternitas Christi Sacerdotis et Beatae Mariae Reginae[27]
  • Oasis de Jesús Sacerdote[28]

United States

Not exclusively Tridentine Mass

International

  • Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate (Houses in: | Argentina | Austria | Benin | Brazil | Cameroon | France | Italy | Nigeria | Philippines | Portugal | United States | )
  • Miles Christi (Houses in: | Argentina | Italy | Mexico | United States | )
  • Servi Jesu et Mariae (Houses in: | Austria | Belgium | France | Germany | Kazakhstan | )[39]

Australia

  • The Brisbane Oratory[40]

Canada

England

Wales

France

  • Fraternity of St Joseph the Guardian[48]

Italy

  • Opus Mariae Matris Ecclesiae - Lunigiana[49]
  • Priestly Fraternity Familia Christi - Ferrara[50]
  • Fraternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Comunitates Iesus Sacerdos et Rex

United States

Do not offer Mass themselves

Female religious

Exclusively Tridentine Mass

For religious institutes affiliated with the Society of Saint Pius X see SSPX-affiliated religious orders

International

Belgium:

  • Priesterbroederschap Sint-Pius X - Antwerpen - Gent

Australia

  • Discalced Carmelites of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph - Mathoura, New South Wales[59]

Colombia

France

  • Benedictines - Le Barroux[61]
  • Canonesses of the Mother of God
  • Dominican Sisters of the Holy Ghost (Houses in: Pontcalec, Baffe, Draguignan, Nantes, and Saint Cloud)[62]
  • Victims of the Sacred Heart of Jesus - Marseille[63]

Liechtenstein

  • Sisters of the Precious Blood - Schellenberg[64]

Mexico

  • Religiosas Ecuménicas de Guadalupe - Tijuana, Baja California

New Zealand

Spain

  • Oasis de Jesús Sacerdote[28]

Switzerland

  • Sisters of the Precious Blood - St. Pelagiberg

United States

  • Benedictines - Clear Creek, Oklahoma
  • Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles - Gower, Missouri[65]
  • Discalced Carmelites of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph - Fairfield, Pennsylvania[66]
  • Discalced Carmelites of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph - Elysburg, Pennsylvania[67]
  • Discalced Carmelites of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph - Valparaiso, Nebraska[68]
  • Discalced Carmelites - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania[69]
  • Missionary Sisters of Saint Francis of Assisi[70]
  • Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary - Richmond, New Hampshire[71] (canonically irregular)[c]
  • Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary - Still River, Massecheusetts[37]

Not Exclusively Tridentine Mass

International

  • Sisters of the Holy Cross
  • Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate
  • Contemplative Sisters of the Immaculate

England

France

United States

  • Children of Mary - Ohio
  • Discalced Carmelites of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph - Kensington, California[76]
  • Discalced Carmelites - Littleton, Colorado[77]
  • Discalced Carmelite Monastery of the Infant Jesus - Traverse City, MI[78]
  • Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel's Hope
  • Dominican Nuns - Dominican Monastery of St. Jude, Marbury, AL[79]
  • Family of Jacopa - Steubenville, OH
  • Discalced Carmelite Nuns - Morristown Carmel
  • Franciscan Daughters of Mary - Covington, KY
  • Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa[80]
  • Norbertine Canonesses - Tehachapi, California[81] - Premonstratensian Rite
  • Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church
  • Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
  • Trinitarians of Mary

Others

Notes

  1. ^ "Letter of the Pontifical Commission "Ecclesia Dei" to the Ordinaries of the Episcopal Conferences concerned on the faculties for the celebration of marriages of the faithful of the Society Saint Pius X". press.vatican.va. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Doctrine remains problem in relations, SSPX affirms after Vatican meeting". Catholic News Agency. Retrieved .
  3. ^ a b "Change in Status of the Saint Benedict Center". Diocese of Manchester. 2019-01-08. Retrieved .

References

  1. ^ "Institute of Christ the King". Retrieved . which links to international websites and "African Missions"
  2. ^ "Lieux d'apostolat dans le Monde". Institut du Bon Pasteur. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Where are we?". Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "The districts of the SSPX worldwide". SSPX General House. Retrieved . which links to regional districts
  5. ^ Kwasniewski, Peter (2019-04-15). "Events: Traditional Catholic Retreats Offered by Dom Pius Mary Noonan, OSB". New Liturgical Movement. Retrieved . Like Norcia and Silverstream, this monastery follows the traditional Divine Office and Holy Mass.
  6. ^ "Monastic Life". Vyí Brod Cistercian Abbey. Retrieved .
  7. ^ Wallner, Josef (2013-01-15). "Wir erleben hier Wunder um Wunder". KirchenZeitung Diözese Linz (in German). Retrieved .
  8. ^ "The monks of Fontgombault sing "Salve Regina"". Aleteia. Retrieved .
  9. ^ Soreau, Marine (2013-10-14). "Des moines de Fontgombault reprennent l'abbaye St Paul de Wisques". Aleteia (in French). Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Offices". Monastère Saint-Benoît (in French). Retrieved .
  11. ^ "Monastère Sainte-Marie de la Garde" (in French). Retrieved . (...) une liturgie selon la forme extraordinaire du rite romain
  12. ^ Gogniat, Rémy (2015-07-15). "Après la vie trépidante, le silence". Le Temps (in French). Retrieved .
  13. ^ "Les offices à l'abbaye". Abbaye Saint Paul (in French). Retrieved .
  14. ^ "Horaires des offices". Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse (in French). Retrieved .
  15. ^ Lesegretain, Claire (2018-04-02). "L'abbaye de Lagrasse, lieu de ressourcement du colonel Beltrame". La Croix (in French). Retrieved .
  16. ^ Caillemer, Élisabeth (2017-05-23). "Lagrasse, quand les pierres évangélisent". Famille chrétienne (in French). Retrieved .
  17. ^ "Liturgie dominicaine". FSVF (in French). Retrieved .
  18. ^ "Charismes". Missionaires de la Miséricorde Divine (in French). Retrieved .
  19. ^ "15 décembre : Village de Noël à Riaumont". Riposte catholique (in French). 2012-12-10. Retrieved . (...) l'Institut de la Sainte Croix de Riaumont, communauté d'oblats réguliers bénédictins attachée aux livres liturgiques de 1962 (...)
  20. ^ "Gründung im Geist des Oratoriums". Institut St. Philipp Neri (in German). Retrieved .
  21. ^ Michael Kelly (August 20, 2014). "From Oklahoma to Ireland: Monks forced to turn away new candidates after moving to Emerald Isle". Our Sunday Visitor. Archived from the original on 2017-03-03.
  22. ^ "Monks seek to enchant souls with beauty". The Irish Catholic. Archived from the original on 2017-03-04.
  23. ^ "The Monks of Norcia". Retrieved .
  24. ^ Casadei, Rodolfo (2016-07-10). "Monaci da combattimento". Tempi (in Italian). Retrieved .
  25. ^ "Canonical Erection of the Benedictines of the Immaculate". Benedictines of the Immaculate. Retrieved .
  26. ^ "Ora et labora, la vita "in ritiro" dei monaci di Villa Talla nel Val Prino". Riviera24 (in Italian). 2015-03-31. Retrieved .
  27. ^ "Neuer Orden im Alten Ritus - Bruderschaft Christus Priester und Maria Königin". Katholiches (in German). 2012-06-25. Retrieved .
  28. ^ a b "Un "Oasis" de contemplación en Córdoba (España)". infoCatólica (in Spanish). 2014-02-07. Retrieved .
  29. ^ "Liturgy". Clear Creek Abbey. Retrieved .
  30. ^ "D.C. Catholics join effort for Oklahoma monastery". Washington Times. 2003-10-31. Retrieved .
  31. ^ "History". Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem. Retrieved .
  32. ^ Hollnagel, Gayda (2003-03-24). "New Religious community provides Latin Rite option". La Crosse Tribune. Retrieved .
  33. ^ "About us". Canons Regular of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Retrieved .
  34. ^ "About us". The Missionaries of Saint John the Baptist. Retrieved .
  35. ^ "The Rite of the Holy Sepulchre and the Church of Jerusalem". Carmelite Monks. Retrieved .
  36. ^ "The Brothers, Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary". Catholicism.org. Retrieved .
  37. ^ a b "Latin Tridentine Mass". Saint Benedict Center. Retrieved .
  38. ^ "Way of life". Marian Friars Minor. Retrieved .
  39. ^ "Liturgie". Servi Jesu et Mariae. Retrieved .
  40. ^ "Service Times". The Brisbane Oratory in Formation. Retrieved .
  41. ^ "Times of Masses and Devotions". The Toronto Oratory. Retrieved .
  42. ^ "Our Life". St. MIchael's Abbey. Retrieved . Both the Ordinary and Extraordinary forms of the Roman Rite are employed at the monastery.
  43. ^ "Sacred Liturgy". The Oratory, Birmingham. Retrieved .
  44. ^ "Regular Mass & Service Times". The London Oratory. Retrieved .
  45. ^ "Mass Times". The Oxford Oratory. Retrieved .
  46. ^ "Liturgy". Canons Regular of Prémontré. Retrieved . While most of our celebrations are in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite, we also make use of the Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin rite), using our own Missale Praemonstratense
  47. ^ "Mass times". The Cardiff Oratory. Retrieved .
  48. ^ "Spirituality". Fraternitas Sancti Joseph Custodis. Retrieved .
  49. ^ "Opus Mariae Matris Ecclesiae". Fraternità San Filippo Neri (in Italian). Retrieved . Per questo conosce e pratica anche la liturgia preconciliare, facendo uso - con il consenso del Vescovo diocesano - dell'indulto concesso dal Santo Padre per la celebrazione dell'eucaristia secondo il Missale romanum del 1962
  50. ^ "Calendario 2013 dell'Opera Familia Christi". Familia Christi (in Italian). 2012-12-20. Retrieved .
  51. ^ "Who we are". Apostles Of Jesus Christ, Priest and Victim. Retrieved .
  52. ^ Decree of Erection (23-12-1999). "the purpose of the Society of St. John Cantius is to form and train men to be priests and brothers who will learn to offer the Latin Liturgical Rite in both the Tridentine and Novus Ordo forms"
  53. ^ "The Contemplatives of Saint Joseph". Retrieved . The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, which we celebrate in both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
  54. ^ Trent, Beattie (2013-05-20). "Benedict XVI Put Liturgy Front and Center". National Catholic Register. Retrieved . Priests from the abbey offer both the Novus Ordo and the traditional Latin Mass.
  55. ^ "The Sacred Liturgy". The Cincinnati Oratory. Retrieved .
  56. ^ "Eucharist". Knights of the Holy Eucharist. Retrieved . The Knights are to be well trained in serving both the Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin Mass) and the Ordinary Form (Novus Ordo) of the Mass
  57. ^ "La Santa Messa Tridentina". Militia Templi (in Italian). Retrieved .
  58. ^ "Nos maisons". Adoratrices ICRSP (in French). Retrieved .
  59. ^ "History". Carmel of Jesus, Mary & Joseph. Retrieved .
  60. ^ "Vocaciones Femeninas". Instituto Bom Pastor - Distrito da América Latina (in Spanish). Retrieved .
  61. ^ "Abbaye Notre-Dame de l'Annonciation - Le Barroux" (in French). Archived from the original on 2017-04-11. Messe chaque jour à 10 h dans la forme extraordinaire du rite romain.
  62. ^ "Portrait de famille : être dominicaine aujourd'hui". Famille chrétienne (in French). 2016-08-08. Retrieved .
  63. ^ Castet, Alain (2016-08-24). "Une nouvelle communauté religieuse dans le diocèse". Accueil du portail du diocèse du Luçon (in French). Retrieved .
  64. ^ "Heilige Messe". Gemeinschaft der Schwestern vom Kostbaren Blut (in German). Retrieved .
  65. ^ "Liturgy". Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles. Retrieved .
  66. ^ "WHO WE ARE". Fairfield Carmelites. Retrieved .
  67. ^ FitzGerald, Mike (2018-07-03). "Former St. Ann parishioner becomes Carmelite nun". Catholic News Herald. Retrieved .
  68. ^ "Extraordinary Carmelites to Start Foundation in Elysburg". The Missive - Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter. 2009-05-06. (...) [Discalced Carmelite nuns] have the joy of having the extraordinary form of the mass. The FSSP seminary in Denton, NE worked closely with these nuns to start their foundation in Valparaiso, NE. (...)
  69. ^ "Philadelphia Carmel". Retrieved . Masses are said in the Extraordinary Form. Latin Mass only and all of its sacraments.
  70. ^ "The Missionary Sisters". The Missionary Sisters of Saint Francis of Assisi. Retrieved .
  71. ^ "The Sisters, Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary". Catholicism.org. Retrieved .
  72. ^ "Frequently Asked Questions". Holy Trinity Monastery. Retrieved . we are quite happy to have Mass in the Ordinary or the Extraordinary Form
  73. ^ "Our Foundation". Carmelite Monastery of the Annunciation. Retrieved .
  74. ^ "Ses piliers". Abbaye Notre-Dame de Miséricorde à Rosans (in French). Retrieved .
  75. ^ Bernard, Maximilien (2012-07-19). "Mgr di Falco chez les bénédictines de Rosans". Riposte-catholique (in French). Retrieved .
  76. ^ "Mass Schedule". Carmel of Jesus, Mary, & Joseph. Retrieved .
  77. ^ "Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Littleton, Colorado". Retrieved . Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (Extraordinary Form every Monday)
  78. ^ "Schedule for Holy Mass and other events". Carmelite Monastery of the Infant of Prague. Retrieved .
  79. ^ "Daily Life". Dominican Nuns Marbury, Alabama. Retrieved .
  80. ^ "Charism". Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa. Retrieved .
  81. ^ "Charism". Norbertine Canonesses of the Bethlehem Priory of St. Joseph. Retrieved . we are especially dedicated to the solemn and reverential celebration of the Church's Sacred Liturgy, which we celebrate in keeping with the traditions of the Praemonstratensian rite of our Order



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