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Official Traditional Catholic Directory: Listing All
Official Traditional Catholic Directory - 20th Annual Edition (2015)
October 2016 Monthly Revised Edition - www.traditio.com/nat.htm
OFFICIAL
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC
DIRECTORY
Listing All Traditional Latin Masses
and Traditional Resources
for North America
21th Annual Edition (2016)
October 2016 Monthly Revised Edition
Compiled by
Fr. M.E. Morrison
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PUBLICATION HISTORY
A complete list of Traditional Latin Masses was maintained after the Second Vatican Council by
Mr. Radko Jansky in his Catholic Traditionalist Directory (last published in 1989) and then by Fr.
Francis LeBlanc in his Directory of Tridentine Latin Masses (last published in 1992). Since 1994
the only authorized successor to these two pioneering works, the National Registry of Traditional
Latin Masses, maintains, updates, and publishes monthly the Official Traditional Catholic
Directory, Listing All Traditional Latin Masses and Traditional Resources for North America.
Official Catholic Directory of Traditional Latin Masses (Paperback)
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
This directory is the authorized successor to Fr. Francis LeBlanc's Directory of
Tridentine Latin Masses, last published in 1992 from Arizona, as well as Mr.
Radko Jansky's Catholic Traditionalist Directory, last published in 1989 from St.
Louis. We acknowledge the pioneering work of these precedessors. Mr. R.G.
Woods designed the covers for the paperback edition, which we continue to use
in the eBook versions.
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS ..................................................................................................................... 6
PREFACE .......................................................................................................................10
THE NATIONAL REGISTRY OF TRADITIONAL LATIN MASSES ...................11
THE TRADITIONAL ROMAN CATHOLIC LATIN MASS ....................................12
“THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN” ................................................12
WHAT IS THE TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS? ....................................................................12
WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS ..................................................13
QUO PRIMUM: THE INFALLIBLE BULL OF POPE ST. PIUS V .........................14
DE DEFECTIBUS: ON DEFECTS OCCURRING IN THE CELEBRATION OF
MASSES ..........................................................................................................................18
TRADITIONAL FAST AND ABSTINENCE ..............................................................19
TRADITIONAL INDULGENCES ................................................................................21
NECROLOGY OF TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC PRIESTS ....................................23
TRADITIO .......................................................................................................................25
TRADITIONAL ROMAN CATHOLIC NETWORK WWW.TRADITIO.COM .........25
GREGORIAN CHANT ..................................................................................................27
GREGORIAN CHANT AND SCHOLAE ...............................................................................27
"A TRADITIONAL CHAPEL SINGS GREGORIAN CHANT" CD SERIES ...............................27
KEY TO THE DIRECTORY ........................................................................................30
HOW TO CHOOSE A TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS.............................................33
WARNING AGAINST PSEUDO-TRADITIONAL SERVICES .................................35
A NOTE ON SEDE-VACANTISM ...............................................................................37
WHAT IF THERE IS NO ..............................................................................................39
TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS NEARBY? ................................................................39
MASS SITE TOTALS ....................................................................................................41
UNITED STATES .............................................................................................................42
CANADA ........................................................................................................................44
MEXICO .........................................................................................................................45
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MASS SITES IN THE UNITED STATES BY STATE, IN ZIP-CODE ORDER .....47
PUERTO RICO (00900-00999) ........................................................................................47
MASSACHUSETTS (01000-02799) ..................................................................................47
RHODE ISLAND (02800-02999)......................................................................................49
NEW HAMPSHIRE (03000-03899) ..................................................................................49
MAINE (03900-04999)...................................................................................................51
VERMONT (05000-05999) .............................................................................................51
CONNECTICUT (06000-06900) .......................................................................................51
NEW JERSEY (07000-08999) .........................................................................................53
NEW YORK (10000-14900)............................................................................................55
PENNSYLVANIA (15000-19600) .....................................................................................62
DELAWARE (19700-19999) ...........................................................................................66
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (20000-20500) ........................................................................67
MARYLAND (20600-21900)...........................................................................................67
VIRGINIA (22000-24699)...............................................................................................68
WEST VIRGINIA (24700-26899) ....................................................................................70
NORTH CAROLINA (27000-28999) ................................................................................71
SOUTH CAROLINA (29000-29999) .................................................................................73
GEORGIA (30000-31900) ...............................................................................................73
FLORIDA (32000-34999) ...............................................................................................74
ALABAMA (35000-36999) .............................................................................................80
TENNESSEE (37000-38500) ...........................................................................................80
MISSISSIPPI (38600-39799) ...........................................................................................82
KENTUCKY (40000-42799)............................................................................................82
OHIO (43000-45899) .....................................................................................................85
INDIANA (46000-47900) ................................................................................................88
MICHIGAN (48000-49999) .............................................................................................91
IOWA (50000-52899) .....................................................................................................95
WISCONSIN (53000-54999) ...........................................................................................96
MINNESOTA (55000-56799) ..........................................................................................98
SOUTH DAKOTA (57000-56799) ..................................................................................102
NORTH DAKOTA (58000-58899) .................................................................................102
MONTANA (59000-59999) ...........................................................................................103
ILLINOIS (60000-62999) ..............................................................................................105
MISSOURI (63000-65899) ............................................................................................110
KANSAS (66000-67999) ..............................................................................................112
NEBRASKA (68000-69399) ..........................................................................................114
LOUISIANA (70000-71499) ..........................................................................................114
ARKANSAS (71600-72899) ..........................................................................................117
OKLAHOMA (73000-74999).........................................................................................117
TEXAS (75000-79999) .................................................................................................118
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COLORADO (80000-81699)..........................................................................................121
WYOMING (82000-83199) ...........................................................................................123
IDAHO (83200-83899) .................................................................................................124
UTAH (84000-84799) ..................................................................................................125
ARIZONA (85000-86599) .............................................................................................125
NEW MEXICO (87000-88499) ......................................................................................127
NEVADA (88900-89899) ..............................................................................................128
CALIFORNIA (90000-96699) ........................................................................................129
HAWAII (96700-96899) ...............................................................................................137
OREGON (97000-97999) ..............................................................................................138
WASHINGTON (98000-99499) .....................................................................................139
ALASKA (99500-99999) ..............................................................................................142
MASS SITES IN CANADA BY PROVINCE, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF
CITY ..............................................................................................................................143
ALBERTA .....................................................................................................................143
BRITISH COLUMBIA .....................................................................................................144
MANITOBA ..................................................................................................................146
NEW BRUNSWICK ........................................................................................................147
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ..............................................................................147
NOVA SCOTIA ..............................................................................................................147
ONTARIO .....................................................................................................................148
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND .............................................................................................152
QUEBEC .......................................................................................................................152
SASKATCHEWAN..........................................................................................................154
MASS SITES IN MEXICO BY STATE, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF CITY
........................................................................................................................................156
AGUASCALIENTES .......................................................................................................156
BAJA CALIFORNIA NORTE ...........................................................................................156
BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR ................................................................................................156
CAMPACHE ..................................................................................................................157
CHIAPAS ......................................................................................................................157
CHIHUAHUA.................................................................................................................157
COAHUILA DE ZARAGOZA ...........................................................................................158
COLIMA .......................................................................................................................158
DISTRITO FEDERAL ......................................................................................................158
DURANGO ....................................................................................................................159
ESTADO DE MÉXICO ....................................................................................................160
GUANAJUATO ..............................................................................................................160
GUERRERO...................................................................................................................160
HIDALGO .....................................................................................................................161
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JALISCO .......................................................................................................................161
JUAREZ ........................................................................................................................163
MICHOACÁN DE OCAMPO ............................................................................................163
MORELOS ....................................................................................................................164
NAYARIT .....................................................................................................................165
NUEVO LEÓN ...............................................................................................................165
OAXACA ......................................................................................................................165
PUEBLA .......................................................................................................................166
QUERÉTARO DE ARTEAGA ...........................................................................................166
QUINTANA ROO ...........................................................................................................166
SAN LUIS POTOSI .........................................................................................................166
SINALOA ......................................................................................................................167
SONORA .......................................................................................................................167
TABASCO .....................................................................................................................167
TAMAULIPAS ...............................................................................................................167
TLAXCALA ...................................................................................................................168
VERACRUZ-LLAVE ......................................................................................................168
YUCATAN ....................................................................................................................169
ZACATECAS .................................................................................................................169
MASS SITES OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA ..........................................................170
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC ORGANIZATIONS ..................................................175
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC SEMINARIES, ORDERS, AND LAY SOCIETIES
........................................................................................................................................178
SEMINARIES .................................................................................................................178
RELIGIOUS ORDERS OF MEN ........................................................................................179
RELIGIOUS ORDERS OF WOMEN ..................................................................................184
SISTERS OF ST. THOMAS AQUINAS ..............................................................................187
LAY SOCIETIES ............................................................................................................188
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC PERIODICALS .........................................................190
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC SUPPLIERS ..............................................................192
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC RETREATS ...............................................................206
TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLING ............................................................207
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH GRADE 12 .........................................................................208
HOMESCHOOLING RESOURCES ....................................................................................208
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PREFACE
Sunt aliqui, qui vos conturbant et volunt convertere evangelium Christi.
Sed licet nos aut angelus de caelo evangelizet vobis praeterquam quod
evangelizavimus vobis, anathema sit. (Galatians 1:7-8)
The National Registry of Traditional Latin Masses is pleased to offer you the
Official Traditional Catholic Directory: Listing All Traditional Latin Masses and
Resources for North America. The Traditional Latin Mass is the perpetually
approved Roman Catholic Mass as it existed before the introduction of radical
changes in the decade before and after the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965).
This Directory is the only comprehensive source for all Traditional Latin
Masses regularly and publicly celebrated and for associated traditional resources.
In its categorical listings, the Directory also informs its readers about which
Masses that claim to be traditional are actually to be shunned as "pseudotraditional" and invalid. The Registry avails itself of sources in the public
domain, as well as information provided directly by our readers. The Registry
operates independently of any diocese, or religious society, or other web site.
Inaccuracies are bound to occur in a large listing such as this, which by
its nature is subject to significant change. Although the Registry has made a
reasonable effort to provide a current and accurate list, the Registry cannot
perform an individual verification of each listing. Thus, the accuracy of this list
is ultimately the responsibility of the individual celebrants and site
representatives, as well as our readers, who should report to the Registry
any additions, corrections, and deletions.
Finally, on behalf of all traditional Catholic faithful, the Registry again
expresses its gratitude to all traditional Catholic priests who have courageously,
and often at great personal sacrifice, heeded St. Paul's Apostolic admonition:
State et tenete traditiones (2 Thessalonians 2:15). Many of these priests have
been offering the Traditional Latin Mass under the authority of Apostolic
Tradition, the dogmatic Council of Trent, and the infallible Papal Bull of Pope St.
Pius V, from before any purported "indults" or "motus."
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THE NATIONAL REGISTRY
OF TRADITIONAL LATIN MASSES
The Registry, in operation since 1994, maintains a comprehensive list by
sponsoring organization of the regularly and publicly scheduled fully Traditional
Latin Masses of the Roman Rite (sometimes inaccurately termed “Tridentine”) in
North America, as well as contacts for Mass sites outside North America. For
informational purposes it also lists partially Traditional Latin Masses (so-called
"modernized" forms of 1956, 1960, and 1962), so that they can be distinguished
from the fully Traditional Latin Masses.
The Registry also lists traditional Catholic organizations, seminaries,
religious orders, lay societies, periodicals, suppliers, retreats, and schooling, in
addition to general information on traditional liturgy and practice.
An eBook edition of the list is published annually in January, with
monthly revised editions, as the Official Traditional Catholic Directory: Listing
All Traditional Latin Masses and Traditional Resources for North America.
These editions are made available courtesy of the TRADITIO Traditional Roman
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THE TRADITIONAL ROMAN CATHOLIC
LATIN MASS
According to Roman Catholic Tradition, the Traditional (pre-Vatican II Roman
Rite, “Tridentine”) Latin Mass in all its essentials was passed on by St. Peter, the
first pope, to the Church. The Apostles themselves, according to St. Ambrose,
worked at its elaboration. It reached its complete perfection with Popes St.
Damasus (fourth century) and St. Gregory the Great (sixth century). As the great
liturgical scholar, Fr. Adrian Fortescue, wrote, this Mass is:
the most venerable in all Christendom, with a history of unbroken use
far longer than that of any Eastern rite, there being no doubt that the
essential parts of the Mass are of Apostolic origin.
“The Most Beautiful Thing This Side of Heaven”
When we attend this Mass, we are directly connected with Our Lord,
with the Apostles themselves, with the Saints and Martyrs who died for the
privilege of attending this Mass, and with all the Catholic faithful from the first
century up to the present day. This Mass developed over the centuries into a
perfect art form, as well as worship. It has always been known for its beauty,
reverence, and mystery. It has inspired authors and poets, Saints and sinners,
popes and peasants. Within the space of an hour, it can inspire spirituality
through the flow of graces otherwise unattainable.
What Is the Traditional Latin Mass?
The Mass is a sacrifice, an act by which the Church gives to Almighty
God, officially and in the name of all, the worship that is due to Him alone. In the
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Jesus Christ, through the ministry of the priest, offers
Himself to God in an unbloody manner under the appearances of bread and wine.
Christ enables us through Himself to adore God in a suitable manner, to thank
Him worthily for all His favors, to render Him full satisfaction for sin by the
offering of the sacrifice of Calvary, and to address to Him our needs.
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What to Expect at the Traditional Latin Mass
For those who have never before participated at a Traditional Latin Mass,
the formality and elaborate ritual of this Mass may at first seem unfamiliar. There
is an atmosphere of prayer and quiet reverence among the people in the pews as
they participate, interiorly, in the Sacred Mysteries. Before Mass silence is kept
to show respect for the Real Presence of Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed
Sacrament, Which is reserved in the tabernacle at the center of the altar.
The crucifix above the altar reminds the congregation that the Sacrifice
of the Cross and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass are one and the same. The lighted
candles on the altar symbolize Christ as the Light of the World. The priest and
the congregation together face the tabernacle and altar where the Mass is offered.
The Mass is celebrated in Latin, the official language of the Roman
Catholic Church, used as a liturgical language in the West since as early as the
first century. The unchanging nature of the Latin language has preserved the
orthodox doctrine of the Mass, handed down from the the Apostles and the early
Church Fathers. The congregation uses prayerbooks, called missals, which have
the Latin text accompanied by its vernacular translation.
The faithful receive Holy Communion on the tongue while kneeling out
of reverence. Communion is given only under the species of bread with the
words (translated from the Latin): “May the Body of our Lord Jesus Christ
preserve your soul unto life everlasting. Amen.”
A Mass in which the priest recites the prayers is called a Low Mass. A
Mass in which the priest and choir sing parts of the Mass and use a more
elaborate ceremonial is called a High Mass. The Gregorian chant (plainsong)
used at High Mass is the ancient music of the Roman Catholic liturgy, named
after Pope St. Gregory I (590-604), who codified the existing chant melodies.
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QUO PRIMUM:
THE INFALLIBLE BULL OF POPE ST. PIUS V
“Quo Primum is no 'merely ecclesiastical law' (can. 11) that can be revoked, but has been enacted into law and
declared Ex Cathedra to be irreformable, and is therefore a solemnly defined moral doctrine which is also of
itself infallible and irreformable (DB 1819). Quo Primum has been infallibly declared to be irreformable
because the rite of Mass codified (canonized) in the Tridentine Missal is the 'received and approved rite' (the
rite of Sacred Tradition) [Iniunctum nobis] of the Roman Church that has been 'handed down by the Holy
Roman Church' (a sacrosancta Romana Ecclesia ... tradita) [Quo Primum]. The statutes of Quo Primum,
therefore, pertain to Divine Law insofar as they constitute a particular application of the divine law that has
been expressed in its general formulation in the Tridentine Profession of Faith [Iniunctum nobis].” Fr. Paul L.
Kramer, B.Ph., S.T.B., M.Div., A Theological Vindication of Roman Catholic Traditionalism (Nazareth, India:
Apostle Publications, [1997]).
Pius Bishop
Servant of the Servants of God
For a Perpetual Memorial of the Matter
Upon Our elevation to the Apostolic throne, We gladly turned Our mind
and energies, and directed all Our thoughts, to the matter of preserving incorrupt
the public worship of the Church; and We have striven, with God's help, by every
means in Our power to achieve that purpose.
Whereas amongst other decrees of the Holy Council of Trent, We were
charged with revision and re-issue of the sacred books, to wit, the Catechism, the
Missal, and the Breviary; and whereas We have with God's consent published a
Catechism for the instruction of the faithful and thoroughly revised the Breviary
for the due performance of the Divine Office, We next, in order that the Missal
and Breviary might be in perfect harmony, as is right and proper (considering
that it is altogether fitting that there should be in the Church only one appropriate
manner of Psalmody and one sole rite of celebrating Mass), deemed it necessary
to give Our immediate attention to what still remained to be done, namely the reediting of the Missal, with the least possible delay.
We resolved accordingly to delegate this task to a select committee of
scholars; and they, having at every stage of their work and with the utmost care
collated the ancient codices in Our Vatican Library and reliable (original or
amended) codices from elsewhere, and having also consulted the writing of
ancient and approved authors who have bequeathed to us records relating to the
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said sacred rites, thus restored the Missal itself to the pristine form and rite of the
Holy Fathers.
When this production had been subjected to close scrutiny and further
amended, We, after mature consideration, ordered that the final result be
forthwith printed and published in Rome, so that all may enjoy the fruit of this
labor; that priests may know what prayers to use, and what rites and ceremonies
they are to observe henceforward in the celebration of Masses.
Now therefore, in order that all everywhere may adopt and observe what
has been delivered to them by the Holy Roman Church, Mother and Mistress of
the other churches, it shall be unlawful henceforth and forever throughout the
Christian world to sing or to read Masses according to any formula other
than that of this Missal published by Us; this ordinance to apply to all churches
and chapels, with or without care of souls, patriarchal, collegiate, and parochial,
be they secular or belonging to any religious Order, whether of men (including
the military Orders) or of women, in which conventual Masses are or ought to be
sung aloud in choir or read privately according to the rites and customs of the
Roman Church; to apply, moreover, even if the said churches have been in any
way exempted, whether by indult of the Apostolic See, by custom, by privilege,
or even by oath or Apostolic confirmation, or have their rights and faculties
guaranteed to them in any other way whatsoever, saving only those in which the
practice of saying Mass differently was granted over 200 years ago
simultaneously with the Apostolic See's institution and confirmation of the
Church, and those in which there has prevailed a similar custom followed
continuously for a period of not less than 200 years; in which cases We in no
wise rescind their prerogatives or customs aforesaid.
Nevertheless, if this Missal which We have seen fit to publish be more
agreeable to these last, We hereby permit them to celebrate Mass according to its
rite, subject to the consent of their bishop or prelate, and of their whole Chapter,
all else to the contrary notwithstanding. All other churches aforesaid are hereby
denied the use of other missals, which are to be wholly and entirely rejected; and
by this present Constitution, which shall have the force of law in perpetuity.
We order and enjoin under pain of Our displeasure that nothing be added to Our
newly published Missal, nothing omitted therefrom, and nothing whatsoever
altered therein.
We specifically command each and every patriarch, administrator and all
other persons of whatsoever ecclesiastical dignity, be they even Cardinals of the
Holy Roman Church or possessed of any other rank or preeminence, and We
order them by virtue of holy obedience to sing or to read the Mass according to
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the rite and manner and norm herein laid down by Us, and henceforward to
discontinue and utterly discard all other rubrics and rites of other missals,
howsoever ancient, which they have been accustomed to follow, and not to
presume in celebrating Mass to introduce any ceremonies or recite any prayers
other than those contained in this Missal.
Furthermore, by these presents and by virtue of Our Apostolic
authority We give and grant in perpetuity that for the singing or reading of
Mass in any church whatsoever, this Missal may be followed absolutely,
without any scruple of conscience or fear of incurring any penalty, judgment
or censure, and may be freely and lawfully used. Nor shall bishops,
administrators, canons, chaplains, and other secular priests, or religious of
whatsoever Order or by whatsoever title designated, be obliged to celebrate
Mass otherwise than enjoined by Us.
We likewise order and declare that no one whosoever shall be forced
or coerced into altering this Missal and that this present Constitution can
never be revoked or modified, but shall for ever remain valid and have the
force of law, notwithstanding previous constitutions or edicts of provincial or
synodal councils, and notwithstanding the usage of the churches aforesaid,
established by very long and even immemorial prescription, saving only usage of
more than 200 years.
Consequently it is Our will, and by the same authority We decree, that
one month after publication of this Our constitution and Missal, priests of the
Roman Curia shall be obliged to sing or to read the Mass in accordance
therewith; others south of the Alps, after three months; those who live beyond the
Alps, after six months or as soon as the Missal becomes available for purchase.
Furthermore, in order that the said Missal may be preserved incorrupt
and kept free from defects and errors, the penalty for non-observance in the case
of all printers resident in territory directly or indirectly subject to Ourselves and
the Holy Roman Church shall be forfeiture of their books and a fine of 100 gold
ducats payable by that very fact to the Apostolic Treasury. In the case of those
resident in other parts of the world, it shall be automatic excommunication and
other penalties at Our discretion; and by Our Apostolic authority and the tenor of
these presents, We also decree that they must not dare or presume either to print
or to publish or to sell, or in any way to take delivery of such books without Our
approval and consent, or without express permission of the Apostolic
Commissary in the said parts appointed by Us for that purpose. Each of the said
printers must receive from the aforementioned Commissary a standard Missal to
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serve as an exemplar and agree faithfully therewith, varying in no wise from the
first impression printed in Rome.
But, since it would be difficult for this present Constitution to be
transmitted to all parts of the world and to come to the notice of all concerned
simultaneously, We direct that it be, as usual, posted and published at the doors
of the Basilica of the Prince of Apostles, at those of the Apostolic Chancery, and
at the end of the Campo dei Fiori; moreover, We direct that printed copies of the
same, signed by a notary public and authenticated with the seal of an
ecclesiastical dignitary, shall possess the same unqualified and indubitable
validity everywhere and in every country that would attend the display there of
Our present text.
Accordingly, no one whosoever is permitted to infringe or rashly
contravene this notice of Our permission, statute, ordinance, command,
direction, grant, indult, declaration, will, decree and prohibition. Should any
person venture to do so, let him understand that he will incur the wrath of
Almighty God and of the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul.
Given at St. Peter's, Rome, in the year of Our Lord's Incarnation one
thousand five hundred and seventy, on the fourteenth day of July in the fifth year
of Our Pontificate.
[John Warrington Translation]
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DE DEFECTIBUS: ON DEFECTS OCCURRING
IN THE CELEBRATION OF MASSES
“The following statement has existed in the introductory pages of the Missale Romanum since the first printed
edition in 1474 (the printing press having been invented in 1455). It is founded on a tract entitled Ordo Missae
written by John Burchard, later Master of Ceremonies to Pope Innocent VIII (1484-1492) and Pope Alexander
VI (1492-1503), from which the first printed edition of the Missale Romanum was formalized a decade or so
later. Since the De Defectibus decree concerns a matter of faith - the validity of the Sacrament of the Most Holy
Eucharist - it is universal, immutable, and infallible.” Fr. Paul L. Kramer
V.1 - Defects of the Form
Defectus ex parte formæ possunt contingere, si aliquid desit ex iis quae ad
integritatem verborum in ipsa consecratione requiruntur.
Verba autem
consecrationis, quæ sunt forma huius Sacramenti, sunt hæ: Hoc est enim Corpus
meum. Et: Hic est enim Calix Sanguinis mei, novi et æterni testamenti:
mysterium fidei: qui pro vobis et pro multis effundetur in remissionem
peccatorum. Si quis autem aliquid diminueret, vel immutaret de forma
consecrationis Corporis et Sanguinis, et in ipsa verborum immutatione verba
idem non significarent, non conficeret Sacramentum. Si vero aliquid adderet,
quod significationem non mutaret, conficeret quidem, sed gravissimo peccaret.
Defects may arise on the part of the form if anything is missing from what is
required for the completeness of the words in the Consecration itself. Now the
words of the Consecration, which are the form of this Sacrament, are: Hoc est
enim Corpus meum. And: Hic est enim Calix Sanguinis mei, novi et aeterni
testamenti: mysterium fidei: qui pro vobis et pro multis effundetur in
remissionem peccatorum. Now if the priest were to shorten or change anything
from the form of the Consecration of the Body and the Blood, and by the change
of words the words did not mean the same thing, he would not confect the
Sacrament. If, on the other hand, he were to add anything that did not change the
meaning, he would confect, but he would be committing a mortal sin.
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TRADITIONAL FAST AND ABSTINENCE
The traditional days of fast, partial abstinence, and (complete) abstinence from
meat as observed in the United States since 1952 are as follows.
Abstinence. All persons over seven years of age must abstain. This
means that they may not take fleshmeat, meat gravy, or meat soup at all on days
of complete abstinence, which are all Fridays (except on holydays of obligation),
Ash Wednesday, Holy Saturday (until noon), and the Vigils of the Immaculate
Conception and Christmas. By the decree of the Sacra Congregatio Concilii,
dated December 3, 1959, the fast and abstinence of the Vigil of Christmas may,
at the option of the individual, be anticipated on December 23.
They may take meat, but only at the principal meal, on days of partial
abstinence, which are Ember Wednesdays and Saturdays, and the Vigils of
Pentecost and of All Saints' Day.
Fast. All persons over twenty-one and under fifty-nine years of age must
fast. This means that on a fast day they may have only one principal or full meal
and two smaller meals. They may eat meat at this principal meal, except on days
of complete abstinence. At the two smaller meals they may not have meat, but
they may take sufficient food to maintain their strength. However, these two
smaller meals together should be less than a full meal. Eating between meals is
not permitted, but liquids, including milk and fruit juices, may be taken any time
on a fast day. The days of fast are the weekdays of Lent including Holy Saturday
(until noon), the Ember Days, and the Vigils of Pentecost, the Immaculate
Conception, All Saints' Day, and Christmas (or December 23).
Those not bound to fast may eat meat as often as they wish, except on
days of complete abstinence (when it may not be eaten at all), and on days of
partial abstinence (when it may be eaten only at the principal meal). When a
person's health or ability to work would be seriously affected by fasting or, in
even rarer cases, by abstaining, a traditional priest/confessor should be consulted
to determine whether the law obliges.
In granting these concessions, the bishops urged the faithful:
• to attend daily Mass during the period of fast and abstinence [if this
is not possible, one might say all or part of the Divine Office, the
Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary, or the Most Holy Rosary]
• to receive Holy Communion often
• to take part more frequently in exercises of piety
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to give generously to works of religion and charity
to perform acts of kindness toward the sick, the aged, and the poor
to practice voluntary self-denial
• to pray more fervently
Eucharistic Fast. The fast to be observed before the celebration of Mass
or the reception of Holy Communion is traditionally, from the early Church, a
strict fast from all solid food and beverages, including water, from midnight
preceding Mass.
In 1956, Pope Pius XII limited the period of time for the observance of
the Eucharistic fast before the celebration of Mass or the reception of Holy
Communion, which some traditional Catholics follow, to three hours from solid
food and alcoholic beverages, and to one hour from non-alcoholic beverages, not
including water.
In allowing this limitation, however, the pope stated: “We earnestly
exhort the priests and faithful who are able to do so to observe the venerable and
time-honored form of the Eucharistic fast before the celebration of Mass and the
reception of Holy Communion” (Motu Proprio Sacram Communionem), that is,
the strict fast from midnight.
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TRADITIONAL INDULGENCES
An indulgence is a plenary (complete) or partial remission of the debt of
temporal punishment due for the consequences of sin. Even after sin has been
forgiven in the Sacrament of Penance, there is a debt of justice to be paid for the
residual harm done. For example, if one has spread a calumny about another, the
harm done to the person's reputation continues as a result of the sin, even when
forgiven in the Sacrament of Penance.
Whatever temporal punishment due that has not been satisfied in this life
by a commensurate degree of prayer, fasting, and good works offered to
Almighty God in reparation must be remitted in Purgatory. From the writings of
the Saints and private revelation, it appears that most souls leave this life with a
large debt of temporal punishment to be remitted in Purgatory.
Traditionally, the degree of the debt of sin remitted is indicated relatively
in terms of days or years (e.g., 40 days). This indication does not refer to the
number of days or years in Purgatory, since time as we know it does not exist
there. Rather, the figure indicates the relative remission of so much of the debt of
temporal punishment as would be remitted by performing the ancient canonical
penances for the equivalent period.
Indeed, the ancient penances were quite severe, for example, the
exclusion from church and heavy penances for the entire Lenten period of forty
days for those guilty of significant public sins. In effect, the indulgences for
meritorious works are an absolution of temporal punishment beyond the usually
minimal penances that are nowadays required in the Sacrament of Penance.
The Church, from the treasury of the merits of Christ and His Saints,
provides for the remission of temporal punishment through indulgenced prayers,
fasting, and good works. Usually, such remission may be applied to oneself or to
the Holy Souls in Purgatory. For all indulgences, one must have the right
intention, be in the state of grace, and fulfill the prescribed good work.
The seven requirements for the gaining of a plenary indulgence are:
• The intention of gaining the indulgence.
• The state of sanctifying grace, with the required reception of the
Sacrament of Penance within eight days either before or after the day
to which the indulgence is attached. This confession suffices for the
gaining of all indulgences during this period.
• The fulfillment of the prescribed good work.
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Holy Communion on the eve of the day or within its octave. Holy
Communion once received suffices for gaining several indulgences
on the same day, each of which requires the reception of Holy
Communion. If as a result of long illness or some other physical
impediment, a person is unable to receive the prescribed Holy
Communion, the confessor may substitute some other pious work.
Visit to a church.
Vocal Prayer. The prescribed prayers must be vocal, that is, the lips
most move, and the words must be at least mouthed silently.
Therefore, mental prayer is not sufficient, unless the contrary is
expressly stated.
Prayers for the Pope's Intention. The pope's intention comprises the
exaltation of Holy Church, the propagation of the Faith, the
extirpation of heresies, concord among Christian rulers, and the
welfare and tranquillity of the Christian people (Benedict XIV, Inter
Praeteritos). If no set prayers have been prescribed for the intention
of the pope, it is sufficient to recite one Pater, one Ave, and one
Gloria Patri (six of each for the Toties Quoties indulgence on All
Souls Day and on the Sunday following).
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NECROLOGY
OF TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC PRIESTS
(We do not include pseudo-traditional clergy such as that of the
Neo-SSPX of 1992+ and of the Novus Ordo Extraordinary/Motu of 1988+.)
Bp. Robert McKenna, O.P., of Monroe, Connecticut (07/08/27-12/16/15)
Fr. Joseph Melito, of Glendale, California (ob. 09/07/15)
Fr. Paul Trinchard, of New Orleans, Louisiana (04/15/1932-08/23/2015)
Fr. Charles Mercereau, of New Brunswick, Canada (ob. 01/15/13 at 92)
Bishop Louis Vezelis, OFM, of Rochester, New York (01/29/1930-01/01/2013)
Fr. Martin Father Stepanich, OFM (ob. 11/18/2012)
Fr. Raymond Dunn, SJ, (ob. 06/03/2012)
Fr. Timothy Hopkins (ob. 11/02/2011)
Msgr. Charles Jackson, of Bradenton, Florida (ob. 03/18/2011)
Abbot Leonard Giardina, of Cullman, Alabama (11/08/1922-01/07/2011)
Founder of Christ the King Traditional Benedictine Catholic Abbey in 1985
Fr. George de Jesus-Marie (Abbé de Nantes) (04/03/1924-02/15/2010)
Fr. Enrique Rueda (ob. 12/14/2009)
Fr. Robert Stemper, SJ (12/17/1926-09/25/2009)
Br. Francis, MICM, of Richmond, New Hampshire (07/19/1913-09/05/2009)
Fr. Francis Clifford, of South Weymouth, Massachusetts (ob. 03/07/2009)
Fr. Mario Blanco, of Washington (ob. 10/14/08)
Fr. Roy Randolph, ORCM/SSPV (ob. 01/2008)
Fr. Richard Rego (ob. 07/30/2007)
Fr. Anthony Wojtus, of Cedar Grove, West Virgina (ob. 07/16/2007 at 76)
Fr. Harry Marchosky, (10/08/23-12/11/07)
Fr. Peter Rofrano, SAC (ob. 05/19/2007)
Fr. Lawrence Brey (ob. 11/26/2006)
Fr. Eugene Heidt (08/31/1933-10/20/2006)
Fr. Francis LeBlanc (ob. 09/28/2006 at 82)
Fr. Rama Coomaraswamy (03/1930-07/19/2006)
Msgr. Charles Moss (1930-07/09/2006)
Fr. Carl Pulvermacher, OFMcap (ob. 05/29/2006)
Fr. Gregory Hesse (ob. 01/25/2006)
Fr. Richard Ahearn, S.V.M. (ob. 10/11/2005)
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Fr. James Wathen, of Evansville, IN (11/06/1932-11/07/2005)
Fr. Gommar DePauw, of Westbury, NY (10/11/1918-05/06/2005)
Founder of the Catholic Traditionalist Movement (CTM) in 1964
Fr. James Gordon, of Houston, TX (ob. Summer 2004)
Fr. Paul Wickens, of West Orange, NJ (ob. 07/08/2004)
Fr. John Quinn, Lake Zurich, IL (ob. 02/28/2004)
Fr. Raphael Guzzo (ob. 01/12/2004)
Msgr. Robert Hupp (ob. 08/29/2003)
Fr. Charles Fiore, FSSP, of Madison, WI (ob. 02/18/2003)
Fr. Terry Marks, of Richmond, VA (ob. 01/30/2003)
Fr. Salvatore Franco, of New York (ob. 12/17/2002)
Fr. Charles Poirier, SR, of Melbourne, Florida (ob. 11/29/2002)
Fr. Frederick Schell, of Granada Hills, CA (1916-09/28/2002)
Fr. Edward Morgan, of Frankfort, IL (ob. 02/28/2002)
Fr. William Van Breda, OSA, of Pennsylvania (ob. 01/20/2002)
Fr. Gerard Leicht, SsCc, of Hawaii (ob. 01/2002)
Fr. Jerome Talloen, SJ, of Oklahoma (ob. 12/15/2001)
Fr. Edward O'Connor, CSsR, of Arizona (ob. 07/19/2001)
Fr. Andrew Jeffers, of Terra Haute, IN (ob. 06/10/2001)
Fr. James Milano, of El Paso, TX (ob. 05/2001)
Fr. John Keene, of Massachusetts (ob. 02/28/2001)
Fr. Robert Carpenter, SVM (ob. 06/27/2000)
Fr. Malachi Martin (07/23/1921-07/27/1999)
Fr. Alfred Kunz (ob. 03/04/1998)
Msgr. Charles Donahue, of Arcadia, CA (04/14/1927-12/23/1995)
Fr. Francis Fenton (ob. 08/03/1995)
Founder of the Orthodox Roman Catholic Movement in 1970
Fr. James Stacy, SVM (ob. 11/16/1994)
Bp. J. Vida Elmer (1912-03/30/1993)
Fr. Thomas Ross, OFM (ob. 03/02/1993)
Fr. Victor Mroz, OFM Conv./ORCM, (01/29/1915-04/28/1992)
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre (11/29/1905-03/25/1991)
Founder of the Society of St. Pius X in 1970
Fr. Placid White, OSB (11/08/1898-09/21/1989)
Bp. George Musey, of Forest Hill, Texas (09/14/1928-03/29/1992)
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TRADITIO
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The TRADITIO Fathers, several traditional Roman Catholic priests,
provide answers by E-mail to inquiries on topics pertaining to traditional Roman
Catholicism, including theology, the Bible, Church history, the Latin language,
liturgy (especially the Traditional Latin Mass), and music (especially Gregorian
chant). Send your question in an E-mail to [email protected]
The Fathers extract for their Daily Commentaries department general
issues from some of these messages, rewrite them, and anonymize them, to form
the basis of providing unique, lively, often bitingly satirical commentary (after
the fashion of St. Jerome, St. Thomas More, and other Saints of the Church),
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from half a century's observation of the Church both pre-and post-Vatican II, on
current events in the Catholic Church from the traditional perspective.
TRADITIO was determined by a statistical survey to be the most popular
traditional Roman Catholic web site on the internet, almost twice as frequently
accessed as the next web site, a book and tape sales site, and almost four times as
frequently as the Neo-SSPX site, which placed a distant third.
TRADITIO was selected by the editors of the Encyclopædia Britannica
as one of the best on the internet when reviewed for quality, accuracy of content,
presentation, and usability. TRADITIO was also selected to receive the Catholic
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Periodically TRADITIO offers for sale used traditional Catholic books
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Anyone may bid on the lots offered in a “silent” auction in the Booksales
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and wish to be placed on the special E-mail list for notification of booksale
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GREGORIAN CHANT
Provided to the National Registry by the St. John Schola
Gregorian Chant and Scholae
The ancient music of the Roman liturgy used for the Hours of the Divine
Office and the Traditional Latin Mass is known as Greogrian chant (plainsong),
after Pope St. Gregory I (590-604), who codified the existing chant melodies.
The priest and schola sing the appointed parts of the Mass at a Missa Cantata
(Sung Mass), High Mass (a more solemn form of the Missa Cantata including
incensation), or Missa Solemnis (Solemn Mass, in which a celebrant, deacon, and
subdeacon celebrate). A schola is a group of men trained to sing the chant (in
convents, this may be a group of women).
"A Traditional Chapel Sings Gregorian Chant" CD Series
Although there are many recordings made in recording studios, or
sometimes in larger churches or monasteries with professional or dedicated
choirs, there are few, if any, recordings made by the average small lay choir,
chanting what can actually be attempted in the smaller churches, chapels, and
oratories, to which the Sacred Chant can be a great addition in the traditional
Roman liturgy, not as mere secular performance, but in the actual religious
setting for which it was composed, the Traditional Latin Mass and Divine Office
of the classical Roman Rite.
The St. John Schola for Gregorian chant is, therefore, recording a CD
series consisting of live recordings of the type of chant pieces that may be used at
traditional churches and chapels. It makes no pretense to being professional, but
to what is achievable, with a little work, by the average small lay choir. The
hope is that this series will serve as a practical guide for the wider use of
Gregorian chant in the traditional Roman Catholic liturgy. Supporting music
sheets and booklets are available to accompany the recordings and aid small
choirs in using Gregorian chant for the traditional liturgy.
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Volume I: Christmas Matins of the Divine Office-An Abridgement
(December 2006)
Volume II: First Mass of Christmas (December 2006)
Volume III: Fourth Sunday after Epiphany (January 2007)
Volume IV: Pentecost (May 2007)
Volumes I-IV: Box Collection
Volume V: Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost (September 2007)
Volume VI: Fourth Sunday after Easter (February 2008)
Volume VII: Basilica of Sts. Peter & Paul (January 2009)
Volume VIII: Cantus Populares-Popular Chants (December 2009)
Volumes V-VIII: Box Collection
Volume IX: Holy Week and Easter (February 2011)
Volume X: Feast of the Precious Blood (January 2013)
To order volumes in the growing library of St. John Schola chant CDs, contact:
ChantCD
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Marion, TX 78124
(830) 420-2364
www.chantcd.com/sjs.htm
$9.99 + $5.00 shipping for single CDs
$29.99 + $8.00 shipping for the Four Volume Set
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KEY TO THE DIRECTORY
The layout of the fields in each listing is as follows. Because inaccuracies are
bound to occur in a large listing such as this, which by its nature is subject to
significant change, it is advisable to contact the Mass site to confirm the
information before planning to visit. Readers are requested to supply the
Registry with any updates or advise the Registry if the site does not fit the
definition indicated.
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Church, Chapel, or Mission Name
Address, City, State or Province, ZIP or Postal Code. These are
Mass locations, not mailing addresses. Please do not send
unsolicited mail to these addresses. ZIP Codes are provided for
geographical identification only.
Celebrant, Contact Information (telephone, facsimile, E-mail, web
site)
Sponsoring Organization, Mass Days and Times
CMRI indicates a Mass under the auspices of the Congregation of
Mary Immaculate Queen (Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae). Calendar
& Rubrics: Traditional Latin Mass and Divine Office, as before the
"modernizing" revisions of 1960, and 1962, but including the revisions of 1956
(e.g., the "modernized" Holy Week). Principles: “Since John Paul II has
manifestly taught heresy, promoted oecumenism and fostered interfaith worship,
he clearly cannot be recognized as a successor of St. Peter in the primacy”
(Theological Position of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen, revised
July 1, 1997).
Diocese indicates a service held under the auspices of a Newchurch
diocese adhering to the invalid Novus Ordo (New Order) service of 1969 as its
"Ordinary Rite." This category includes services under the auspices of New
Order "Motu" organizations, such as the Fraternity of St. Peter (Fraternitas
Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri-FSSP) and the Institute of Christ the King, High Priest
(Institutum Christi Regis, Summi Sacerdotis-ICRSS), which are often permitted to
operate only with enforced corruptions of the Traditional Latin Mass. Calendar
& Rubrics: The Modernized Mass and Divine Office of 1962, as revised in
1956, 1960, 1962, and beyond. Principles: Uses the Vatican II service of 1962+,
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aka "Extraordinary," deriving from the Motu Proprio Summorum pontificum of
2007, modernized to the present day. WARNING. All Newchurch diocesan
services are invalid under the principles of traditional Catholic theology,
whether they happen to be held in the vernacular tongues or in Latin. These
churches are often misnamed as "Catholic," but are actually attached to the
Newchurch of the New Order. All Newchurch diocesan services are invalid
and should be scrupulously avoided by the faithful; moreover, the "Motu"
service is not the Traditional Latin Mass. For further information, see the
chapter Warning against Pseudo-traditional Services.
Independent indicates a Mass by a priest professing traditional
Roman Catholicism, not including Old Catholicism or Eastern Orthodoxy, and
operating independently of any local diocesan bishop, but without being
associated with one of the larger traditional organizations specifically broken out
in these listings (viz., CMRI, SSPV, Neo-SSPX). Calendar & Rubrics: Usually
the true Traditional Latin Mass and Divine Office, as before the "modernizing"
revisions of 1956, 1960, and 1962, depending upon the individual Mass site.
Principles: Operates by virtue of Church-supplied jurisdiction in accordance
with the provisions of Canon 209 (1917)/Canon 144 (1983) and under the
theological principle of epikeia arising from the state of urgent necessity in the
Church (v. Fr. Paul L. Kramer, B.Ph., S.T.B., M. Div., A Theological Vindication
of Roman Catholic Traditionalism).
SSPV indicates a Mass under the auspices of the Priestly Society of
St. Pius V (Societas Sacerdotalis Sancti Pii Quinti). Calendar & Rubrics: The
true Traditional Latin Mass and Divine Office, as before the "modernizing"
revisions of 1956, 1960, and 1962. Principles: “There is certain and sufficient
evidence to assert, as a legitimate theological opinion, that anyone who publicly
professes the conciliar [Novus Ordo] religion does not legitimately hold any
position of authority in the Catholic Church” (A Statement of Principles in a
Time of Crisis, revised 1988).
NSSPX ("Neo-SSPX") indicates a Mass under the auspices of the
Neo-Priestly Society of St. Pius X (Societas Sacerdotalis Sancti Pii Decimi).
Calendar & Rubrics: The Modernized Mass and Divine Office of 1962, as
revised in 1956, 1960, and 1962, and at some sites with elements of the Novus
Ordo service of 1969. Principles: Since at least 2000 the NSSPX has been
abandoning the traditional principles of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre's original
SSPX and has been officially moving toward affiliation with the invalid New
Order sect. For further information, see the chapter Warning against
Pseudo-traditional Services.
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HOW TO CHOOSE A TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS
When choosing a Traditional Latin Mass site, normally you should make a
choice in the following order of preference to have access to the most traditional
Roman Catholic Mass and Sacraments.
Note that these icons are applied by SPONSORING ORGANIZATION, NOT
BY INDIVIDUAL SITES, on the basis of degree of the ORGANIZATION'S
affinity to the fully Traditional Latin Mass.
See the chatper Warning
against Pseudo-traditional Services.
RECOMMENDED
1.
Independent. These sites are not formally associated with the New
Order sect or any other organization (e.g., Neo-Society of St. Pius X). In
this situation, you are most likely to get the Traditional Latin Mass and
traditional Catholic Faith. Many of these sites use the fully Traditional
Latin Mass before the "moderizations" starting in 1951.
2.
Society of St. Pius V. These sites use the fully Traditional Latin Mass
before 1951.
3.
Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen. These sites use the
Traditional Latin Mass with just the 1951-1956 changes, but not the
later ones from 1957 to 1962.
NOT RECOMMENDED
SOME SITES POSSIBLY INVALID AND UNTRADITIONAL
4.
Neo-Society of St. Pius X ("Neo-SSPX, NSSPX"). These sites have been
associating with the New Order sect since 2005. Reports of corruptions
imported from the invalid Novus Ordo service (e.g., the use of unordained
Novus Ordo presbyters, eucharistic ministresses, hosts from the Novus Ordo
services, and other corruptions have been reported).
NOT RECOMMENDED
INVALID AND UNTRADITIONAL
5.
Diocese (Vatican II aka "Extraordinary" service). All Newchurch
diocesan services are invalid under the principles of traditional Catholic
theology, whether they happen to be held in the vernacular tongues or in
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Latin. These churches are often misnamed as "Catholic," but are
actually attached to the Newchurch of the New Order. All Newchurch
diocesan services are invalid and should be scrupulously avoided by the
faithful; moreover, the "Extraordinary/1962+" service is not the
Traditional Latin Mass. For further information, see the chapter
Warning against Pseudo-traditional Services.
All Newchurch diocesan services are invalid under the principles of
traditional Catholic theology. They are often hurches are often misnamed
as "Catholic," but they are actually attached to the Newchurch of the
New Order, whether their services happen to be in vernacular or Latin.
These sites use New Order presbyters not ordained, but merely "installed" by
unconsecrated New Order Newbishops "to preside over the assembly of the
people" under the invalid New Ordinal of 1968 instead of using Catholic
priests ordained under the traditional Sacrament of Holy Orders "to offer
Mass for the living and the dead." These "Extraordinary" services are
usually mixed in with invalid Novus Ordo services of 1962+ The
unavailability of a Traditional Latin Mass is never a justification to
attend the invalid Protestant-Masonic-Pagan Novus Ordo service. See
the chapter Warning against Pseudo-Traditional Services.
Eastern Rites are not a viable option for Latin Rite Catholics. Not only are they
not the proper canonic rite for western-rite Catholics but also truly Catholic and
Apostolic Eastern rite sites are very few and far between, much harder to find
than Traditional Latin Masses. Almost all of them have been corrupted by the
invalid Novus Ordo service or have otherwise abandoned their Apostolic form.
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WARNING
AGAINST PSEUDO-TRADITIONAL SERVICES
Traditional Catholics should scrupulously Diocesan sites, which are not allowed
to offer the Traditional Latin Mass, but must offer one of the following pseudotraditional services:
1. the defective Vatican II "Motu" Mass of 1962 as subsequently
modernized by the New Order sect to the present day
2. the defective or invalid Vatican II "Motu" Mass of 1962 as subsequently
modernized with elements of the invalid Novus Ordo service of 1969
3. the invalid Vatican II "Latin Mass," which is the Novus Ordo service of
1969, partly or totally in Latin
These services are most definitely not the Traditional Latin Mass,
although they may be falsely advertised as such, or as a "Latin Mass," an
ambiguous term that includes anything from the invalid Novus Ordo service
in Latin to the fully Traditional Latin Mass.
Since Protocol 1411 of July 3, 1999, issued by the Vatican's Congregatio pro
Divino Cultu, "Motu" organizations have been forced into a direct collaboration
with the Novus Ordo service. These pseudo-traditional services also deviate in
one or more ways from the traditional Catholic practices (in force even in 1962),
such as:
•
using Novus Ordo presbyters (indicated as Presb. in the listings)
merely "installed to preside over the assembly" under the invalid
New Ordinal of 1968 instead of using priests ordained under the
valid traditional Ordinal "to offer Mass for the living and the dead";
some of these sites use presbyters installed under the invalid New
Ordinal of 1968 by Novus Ordo "bishops" never consecrated under
the valid traditional Ordinal (virtually all clergy in the New Order
sect have never been traditionally ordained and therefore have no
power to offer validly the Traditional Latin Mass, only the invalid
Novus Ordo service)
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using modifications introduced after 1962, such those of 1964 or
those of 2007 (Summorum pontificum)
"oecumenizing" the ancient prayer of Good Friday for the Jews
mixing in elements of the invalid Novus Ordo service
using the New Calendar, the New Lectionary, or the new rubrics of
1964 or later
using a church building where the Novus Ordo service is also held,
thus profaning the altar
giving "communion" in the hand
mixing New Order cookies and traditional Hosts in the tabernacle
using lay "ministers" and "ministresses"
using "altar girls"
enforcing standing rather than kneeling at the Canon or when
receiving "communion"
eliminating the traditional Collect prayers and the Leonine prayers
after Low Mass
transferring or eliminating traditional holydays
holding Saturday "anticipated" services instead of Mass on the Lord's
Day
virtually abolishing the traditional Eucharistic fast and traditional
days of fast and abstinence
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A NOTE ON SEDE-VACANTISM
Sede-vacantism, the opinion that the papacy is currently vacant on account of
adherence to the heresy of the Modernism and the New Order, amounts to a
merely personal opinion on the part of someone that involves applying certain
principles of Roman Catholic theology to a specific factual situation. It is not a
doctrinal issue, as a sede-vacantist certainly accepts the Roman Catholic dogma
on the papacy as defined at Vatican I. A personal opinion of sede-vacantism has
no impact on the validity of the true Mass, Sacraments, and Faith. It is not
heretical or schismatic. Traditional Catholic theologians of the past indicate
various ways by which an official decision could be made. Thus, sede-vacantism
was considered at least a theoretical possibility by even Doctors of the Church.
In practice, traditional Catholics are minimally affected by the issue.
Traditional Catholics are not going with the "New Mass," the "New Sacraments,"
the "New Morality," and the "New Theology," no matter who is pope, because
that would be an offense against God Himself and a violation of the Apostolic
Deposit of Faith. Any pope who would dare to violate the constitution of his
papal office is acting outside his authority, and such acts are thus null and void
anyway, according to the dogmatic decree Pastor Aeternus of Vatican I.
What a particular priest's opinion about an individual pope (as opposed
to the doctrine on the office of the papacy itself) is, does not impinge on the
traditional Mass, Sacraments, or Faith. Those are set in Catholic doctrine and
Tradition, no matter who the pope is or is not.
After all, the Deposit of Faith does not belong to the pope. It is the
Church's treasure of truth that has been taught during twenty centuries. The pope
is obligated to transmit it faithfully and exactly to all those under him. He is not
free to do anything he pleases. Nor can we follow his error and change God's
truth, just because the one who is charged with transmitting it is weak and allows
error to spread around him. Remember that dogmatic council Vatican I found
that some 40 of 260 popes had at one time or another personally taught error.
One pope was excommunicated. One pope was deposed from office. Catholics
must remain faithful to the Roman Catholic Church and the papacy of two
thousand years, not novelties that have been taught for just the last forty years.
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Traditional Catholics should be looking for a site where the
unadulterated Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments are offered and where the
traditional Roman Catholic Faith is preached. In the end, if you have a priest
who professes the traditional Roman Catholic Faith, celebrates exclusively the
Traditional Latin Mass, and administers the traditional Sacraments, support him,
help him, be loyal to him, pray for him. You have a very special gift for which
hundreds of thousands of traditional Catholics around the world are praying
ceaselessly.
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WHAT IF THERE IS NO
TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS NEARBY?
First and foremost, the unavailability of the true mass, the Traditional Latin
Mass, is never a justification to attend the invalid, Protestant-MasonicPagan Novus Ordo (New Order) service or the untraditional Vatican II
"Latin Masses" that are associated with it. To do so would be mortally
sinful according to the teaching of the Church.
The Novus Ordo service is no more a "Mass" than a Protestant service, after
which it is fabricated. Nor is "reverence" a criterion. The Methodists are
quite reverent, yet no true Catholic would go to their service.
Second, consult the current month's edition of this Directory. Search here for the
"recommended" Traditional Latin Masses in your area. Very often traditional
Catholics are unaware that there is one in their own backyard until they consult
this Directory. This Directory also distinguishes between true Traditional Latin
Masses and untraditional Vatican II "Latin Masses."
Third, try to worship at the true Mass, even if it is only once or twice a year. The
graces you are receiving there are incalculable, augmented by your devotion in
making a special effort to be present. A person can gain infinite treasures of
grace at one Traditional Latin Mass than at any number of invalid Novus Ordo
Messes, which offer not grace at all, but condemnation.
Fourth, in the history of the Church, most Catholics never had the blessing of
worshipping at a Mass every Sunday. So, if you are in a position of not having a
Traditional Latin Mass at which to worship every Sunday, first of all tend to your
own soul by the time-tested practices for Catholics in that situation. Practice the
habits of trying to elicit Perfect Contrition and partaking of Spiritual Communion
until you have the opportunity to receive the true Sacrament of Penance, even if
that be a period of years.
Fifth, after you have established regular traditional practices for the sake of your
own soul, then try to build a traditional Catholic community slowly in your area.
That may start by being two people saying the Rosary together, reading spiritual
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works together and discussing them, studying the Propers of the Missal, or any of
many other spiritual practices.
Sixth, once a small community has been formed, check this Directory and the
TRADITIO Traditional Roman Catholic Network (www.traditio.com)'s
Traditional Catholic Priests Available department for priests nearby and invite
one of them to say Mass for you. Even if it is only a couple of times a year, that
is two times more than you have now.
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MASS SITE TOTALS
RECOMMENDED: This icon represents a Mass by organizations
that are fully traditional.
NOT RECOMMENDED OR CONDEMNED AS INVALID AND
UNCATHOLIC: This icon represents a Mass or service by a not-fullytraditional organization with various corruptions imported from the Motu "Mass
of 1962+," which is not the Traditional Latin Mass, or the invalid Novus Ordo
service of 1969. These sites must be avoided by true Catholics. Particularly in
the case of services listed as Diocese and celebrants listed as Presbyter, one can
assume the service to be invalid. See the chapter Warning against PseudoTraditional Services above.
Note that these icons are applied by organization, not by individual sites, on
the basis of degree of affinity to the fully Traditional Latin Mass. See the
chapters How to Choose a Traditional Latin Mass and Warning against
Pseudo-traditional Services.
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United States
STATE
ZIP CODE
PR
MA
RI
NH
ME
VT
CT
NJ
NY
PA
DE
DC
MD
VA
WV
NC
SC
GA
FL
AL
TN
MS
KY
OH
IN
MI
IA
WI
MN
SD
ND
MT
IL
MO
00900-00999
01000-02799
02800-02999
03000-03899
03900-04999
05000-05999
06000-06900
07000-08999
10000-14900
15000-19600
19700-19999
20000-20500
20600-21900
22000-24699
24700-26899
27000-28999
29000-29999
30000-31900
32000-34999
35000-36999
37000-38500
38600-39799
40000-42799
43000-45899
46000-47900
48000-49999
50000-52899
53000-54999
55000-56799
57000-57799
58000-58899
59000-59999
60000-62999
63000-65899
CMRI
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
5
0
1
DIO
1
11
1
2
3
0
7
11
24
19
1
2
5
10
2
8
3
3
15
3
7
0
6
10
10
15
5
6
6
2
1
1
22
8
42
INDE
SSPV
NSSPX
0
1
1
6
0
0
6
3
10
5
2
0
0
4
2
1
1
3
19
1
4
0
8
6
7
7
0
5
5
0
1
1
11
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
3
0
0
5
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
1
7
4
0
0
0
2
0
3
0
1
4
0
2
0
2
3
3
5
1
4
7
2
2
2
2
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STATE
ZIP CODE
KS
NE
LA
AR
OK
TX
CO
WY
ID
UT
AZ
NM
NV
CA
HI
OR
WA
AK
TOTAL
%
66000-67999
68000-69399
70000-71499
71600-72899
73000-74999
75000-79999
80000-81699
82000-83199
83200-83899
84000-84799
85000-86599
87000-88499
88900-89899
90000-96699
96700-96899
97000-97999
98000-99499
99500-99999
674
100%
CMRI
2
3
0
1
1
0
6
0
1
0
3
1
0
3
0
1
4
0
45
7%
DIO
5
2
8
0
3
8
2
1
3
0
6
2
2
25
3
3
5
2
310
46%
43
INDE
SSPV
NSSPX
4
0
8
0
0
8
6
0
3
0
4
1
3
20
0
1
10
0
190
28%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
3%
2
0
0
1
1
9
2
0
3
1
2
2
2
9
2
3
1
1
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Canada
PROVINCE
AB
BC
MB
NB
NL
NS
ON
PE
QC
SK
TOTAL
%
CMRI
80
100%
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1%
DIO
3
3
0
1
1
0
9
0
4
1
22
30%
44
INDE
SSPV
3
1
1
1
1
3
7
1
2
0
20
16%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0%
NSSPX
6
10
1
0
0
2
9
1
5
3
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Mexico
STATE
Aguascalientes
Baja California
Norte
Baja California
Sur
Campache
Chiapas
Chihuahua
Coahuila de
Zaragoza
Colima
Distrito
Federal
Durango
Estado de
México
Guanajuato
Guerrero
Hidalgo
Jalisco
Juarez
Michoacán de
Ocampo
Morelos
Nayarit
Nuevo León
Oaxaca
Puebla
Queretaro de
Arteaga
Quintana Roo
San Luis
Petosi
Sinaloa
Sonora
CMRI
DIO
INDE
SSPV
NSSPX
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
4
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
3
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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Tabasco
Tamaulipas
Tlaxcala
VeracruzLlave
Yucatan
Zacatecas
TOTAL
%
76
100%
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
0
0
16
22%
0
0
1
0%
1
0
30
36%
0
0
0
0%
2
0
29
42%
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MASS SITES IN THE UNITED STATES
By State, in ZIP-Code Order
The following are Mass locations, not mailing addresses.
Please do not send unsolicited mail to these addresses.
Puerto Rico (00900-00999)
Parroquia San Jorge
San Juan, PR 00901
No celebrant announced
Diocese, 1st SU 3 pm
Massachusetts (01000-02799)
St. John the Evangelist Church
833 Main Street, Agawam, MA 01001, stjohnagawam.org
Presb. Tomasz Pawel Parzynski, (413) 786-8105, [email protected]
Diocese, 1st/2nd/4st SU 5 p.m.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel of Sacred Heart Church
435 E St., Holyoke, MA 01040, www.latinmass.org/holyyoke.html
No celebrant announced, (413) 532-4282, [email protected]
Diocese, 1st SU 2 pm
St. Mark's Church
400 West St., Pittsfield, MA 01201
Presb. Romasz Parzynski, (413) 447-7510, [email protected]
Diocese, 3rd SU 3 pm
St. Monica Church
212 Lawrence St., Methuen, MA 01844
No celebrant announced, (978) 683-1193
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Diocese, many W 7 pm
St. Adelaide Church
712 Lowell St., Peabody, MA 01960
No celebrant announced, (978) 535-1985
Diocese, SU 1 pm (4th SU High), Holydays 7:30 pm, 1st SA 9 am
St. Joseph Church
49 Woodland St., Fitchburg, MA 01420
No presbyter announced, (978) 345-7997, fax 345-7678
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm, Holydays
St. Ann House Convent Chapel
254 Still River Rd., Still River, MA 01467
No celebrant announced, (978) 456-8017, www.stbenedict.com
Diocese, SU 9:30 am
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel of St. Benedict Center
252 Still River Rd., Still River, MA 01467
No celebrant announced, (978) 456-3221, fax 456-9052
Diocese, SU 7:30 & 9 am, M-SA 7:30 am
St. Catherine of Siena Chapel
237 Lexington St., Woburn, MA 01801
No celebrant announced, (508) 643-3199, steamdrycarp[email protected]
NSSPX, SU, 10 am
Sacred Heart Church
321 S. Broadway, Lawrence, MA 01843
(978) 686-7921, [email protected], SacredHeart-OP.org
Independent (Dominican), SU 10 am, Holydays and M-SA varies
Holy Cross Cathedral
1400 Washington St., Boston, MA 02118
No celebrant announced, (617) 542-5682, fax 542-5926
Diocese, SU 11 am
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Mary Immaculate of Lourdes Church
270 Elliot St., Newton, MA 02464
Presb. Charles Higgins, www.maryimmaculatenewton.org
Diocese, SU 10:30 am, M/W/F 12:30 pm, TH/TH 5:30 pm, SA 9 am
St. Francis Xavier Church
347 South St., Hyannis, MA 02601
Presb. Andrew Johnson, (508) 775-0818, 771-5940
Diocese, SU 1 pm
Rhode Island (02800-02999)
Regina Angelorum House
28 Greenwood Ave., Coventry, RI 02816
No celebrant announced
Independent, no schedule announced
St. Anne Mission Chapel
85 Tanner Ave., Warwick, RI 02818 (relocating)
Frs. Benedict Hughes & B. Welp, (617) 913-1483, [email protected]
CMRI, SA twice monthly
Holy Name of Jesus Church
99 Camp St., Providence, RI 02906, members.cox.net/holynamechurch
Presb. Joseph Santos, fax (401) 272-4616, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 11 am
New Hampshire (03000-03899)
St. Patrick Church
29 Spring St., Nashua, NH 03060
No celebrant announced, (603) 882-2262, fax 577-9817
Diocese, 3rd/5th SU, 3 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
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290 Main St., Salem, NH 03079
(617) 913-1483, www.olmc-mission.org
CMRI, SU 9:30 am
Immaculate Conception Roman Church
500 Morrill St., Gilford, NH 03249
Fr. Richard McDonough, (603) 524-9499
Independent, SU 7 & 10 am, M-SA 8 am
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel
33 Shaker Rd., Northfield, NH 03276
No celebrant announced, (603) 440-3895, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 6 pm
St. Anne Chapel
Ellsworth Hill Rd., Wentworth, NH 03282
Fr. Christy D'Cruz, (603) 764-5218, 764-9268
Independent, 1st/2nd/4th/5th SU 9:30 am, 3rd SU 1 pm
St. Margaret Mary Church
35 Arch St., Keene, NH 03431, www.rc.net/manchester/st_margaret_mary
No celebrant announced, (603) 352-1311, fax 358-5250
Diocese,3rd/5th SU, 3 pm
Notre Dame des Nieges (Our Lady of the Snows) Chapel
N. Shore Rd., Granite Lake, Munsonville, NH 03457
No celebrant announced, (603) 847-3361, 847-3362
Independent, 3rd SU 1 pm (every SU July & August)
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel of St. Benedict Center
95 Fay Martin Rd., Richmond, NH 03470, www.catholicism.org
Fr. David Phillipson, (603) 239-6485, [email protected]
Independent (Feeneyite), SU 7:30 & 9:30 am, Holydays, M-SA 7:30 am
Mass Site
447 Bradford Rd., Newport, NH 03773
No celebrant announced, (603) 863-5851
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Independent, periodically
Maine (03900-04999)
Immaculate Conception Cathedral Chapel
307 Congress St., Portland, ME 04101
Presb. James Nadeau, (207) 773-7746, fax 879-5547
Diocese, SU 12 noon, Holydays 5:15 pm
St. Theresa's Church
25 Church St., Oakland, ME 04347
Fr. Christopher Gronenthal, (617) 913-1483, www.olmc-mission.org
CMRI, SU 4 pm, Holydays
Sts. Peter & Paul Basilica
27 Bartlett St., Lewiston, ME 04240
No celebrant announced, www.saintspeterandpaul.us
Diocese, SU 8 am
St. Patrick Church
380 Academy Hill Rd., Newcastle, ME 04553
Presb. Stephen Mulkern, (207) 563-3240
Diocese, 2nd SU 12:30 pm
Vermont (05000-05999)
None.
Connecticut (06000-06900)
St. Mary Church
544 Main St., New Britain, CT 06051
No celebrant announced, (860) 229-4894, www.saintmarynb.org
Diocese, SU & Holydays 4 pm
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Mass Site
South Windsor Firehouse, 1175 Ellington Rd., S. Windsor, CT 06074
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 8:30 am
St. Lawrence Mission
1001 Foster St. Ext., S. Windsor, CT 06074
Fr. John Pfeiffer, (860) 644-5799
NSSPX, SU 3:45 pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
15 Pepper St., Monroe, CT 06468, rosarychapel.net
Fr. Adan Rodriguez, (203) 261-8290, [email protected]
Independent, SU 10 am, M-SA 8 am
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
378 Spring St., Orange, CT 06477
Fr. Bernard Champagne, (203) 795-5076, [email protected]
Independent, SU 7 am, 9 am (High) & 7 pm, Holydays & M-SA 9 am
(Old) St. Bridget of Kildare Church
75 N. Moodus-Leesville Rd., Moodus, CT 06469
Presb. Gregoire Fluet, (860) 873-8623, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12 noon, Holydays vary
St. Stanislaus Church
9 Eld St., New Haven, CT 06511
No celebrant announced, (203) 562-2828, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 2 pm (High semimonthly), Holydays vary
Sts. Cyril & Methodius Church
79 Church St., Bridgeport, CT 06608
Presb. Joseph Pekar, (203) 333-7003
Diocese, SU 10:15 am (High)
Immaculate Conception Church
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74 W. Main St., Waterbury, CT 06702
No celebrant announced, www.theimmaculate.com
Diocese, SU 6 pm
Mass Site
57 Miry Brook Rd., Danbury, CT 06810
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), 8:30 am
Mass Site
16 Senga Rd., Norwalk, CT 06850
No celebrant announced, (203) 831-9601 (& fax), [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7 pm
St. Mary Church
669 West Ave., Norwalk, CT 06850
No celebrant announced, (203) 866-5546, www.stmarynorwalk.net
Diocese, SU 9:30 am (High), W 7 pm, SA 9 am
Christ the King Mission
209 Tackora Trail, Ridgefield, CT 06877
Fr. Villot, (203) 431-0201
NSSPX, SU 7:15 & 9 am, Holydays 7:30 am & 7:30 pm, M-SA 7:15 am
Sacred Heart Church
37 Schuyler Ave., Stamford, CT 06902
Presb. Sherman Gray & John Pikulski, (203) 324-9544
Diocese, 1st SU 2:30 pm
St. Mary Church
566 Elm St., Stamford, CT 06902
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 11:30 am
New Jersey (07000-08999)
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St. Anthony of Padua Mission
103 Gould Ave., N. Caldwell, NJ 07004
Fr. Jean de L'Estourbeillon, (973) 228-1230
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am, SA 9 am, Holydays 10 am & 7:30 pm, 1st F 6 pm
St. Anthony of Padua Oratory
1360 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ 07052
Presb. Andreas Hellmann, ICR, (973) 325-2233, fax 325-3081
Diocese, SU 7:30, 9 & 11 am (High), Holydays 9 am & 7 pm, weekdays vary
St. Lucy Church
19-26 Ruggiero Plaza, Newark NJ 07104
No celebrant announced, (973) 484-4899, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9 am
St. Anthony of Padua Church
457 Monmouth St., Jersey City, NJ 07302 (201) 653-0343
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 9 am, Holydays 5:30 pm
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
32 W. Franklin Ave., Pequannock, NJ 07440
Presb. A. de Boisse & Fisher, FSSP, (973) 694-6727 (& fax)
Diocese, SU 7, 9, 11 am & 5 pm, M-SA varies
Our Lady of Victories
150 Harriot Ave., Harrington Park, Hillsborough, NJ 07640
No celebrant announced, (201) 768-1706, fax 768-3962
Diocese, SU 8:15 am
St. Catherine Church
5 Shore Acres Ave., Middletown, NJ 07748, www.stcathek.org
Presb. D. Hesko, (732) 787-1318, fax 787-6139, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9 am (1st SU High), Holydays
Holy Cross Church
30 Ward Ave, W. Rumson, NJ 07760, holycrossrumson.org
No celebrant announced, (732) 842-0348
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Diocese, SU 7 pm, W 12 noon
Mass Site
Sparta Ambulance Hall, Upper Level, 14 Sparta Ave., Sparta, NJ 07871
No celebrant announced, (703) 759-4555, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 1 pm
Mater Ecclesiae Church
261 Cross Keys Rd., Berlin, NJ 08009, www.materecclesiae.org
Presb. Pasley, (856) 753-3408, fax 753-2671, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8:30 & 11 (High), M-SA varies
St. Mary the Virgin Chapel
1520 S. Delaware St., Paulsboro, NJ 08066, www.stmarychapel.org
Frs. Bachtiger et al., (856) 456-4232, [email protected]
Independent, 9:30 am or 5 pm
St. Peter Church
43 W. Maple Ave., Merchantville, NJ 08109
No celebrant announced, (856) 663-1373, www.stpeterrcc.com
Diocese, SU 12 noon (High September-June)
St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church
1409 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Presb. Thanh Pham, (609) 344-1040
Diocese, SU 8:45 am
Blessed Sacrament Shrine Chapel
52 W. Somerset St., Raritan, NJ 08869
Presb. John Doran, (973) 722-1489
Diocese, SU 11 am
New York (10000-14900)
St. Agnes Church
143 E. 43rd St., New York, NY 10017
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Presb. McBride, (212) 682-5722
Diocese, SU 11 am
Church of the Holy Innocents
37th Street & Broadway, New York, NY 10018
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 10 am, M-F 6 pm, SA 1 pm
St. Christopher Mission Chapel
Soldiers' Club, 283 Lexington Ave., 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10016
Fr. Kevin Robinson, (212) 697-8561
NSSPX, SU 1:30 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Shrine Church
448 E. 116th St., New York, NY 10029
Presb. John Halborg, (212) 534-0681
Diocese, SU
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
627 E. 187th Street, Bronx, NY 10458, www.ourladymtcarmelbx.org
Presb. James Miara, (718) 295-3770, fax 367-2240
Diocese, SU 8:30 am
Immaculate Conception Church
199 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10561
Presb. Richard Munkelt, (914) 277-3368, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 3 pm, Holydays
Sacred Heart Church
229 Willet Ave., Port Chester, NY 10573
Presb. Peter Gelsomino, (914) 939-1497
Diocese, SU 8:30 am
St. Eugene Church
707 Tuckahoe Rd., Yonkers, NY 10710
No celebrant announced, (914) 961-2590, steugene.com
Diocese, SU 10:30 am
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Our Lady of Peace Church
522 Carroll St., Brooklyn, NY 11215
Presb. Mario Portella, (718) 836-0804
Diocese, SU 8:30 am
Our Lady of La Salette Church
46-44 204th St. (at 47th Ave.), Bayside, NY 11361
Fr. Jesé Milagrosa, (718) 281-1617, [email protected]
Independent, SU 10 am & 7 pm, M-F 7 pm, 1st SA 11 am
Mass Site
La Guardia Airport, Terminal B, Conf. Rm. 3870, E. Elmhurst, NY 11371
No celebrant announced, (917) 502-6415
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7 pm
St. John Cemetery Chapel
80-01 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village, NY 11379
No celebrant announced, (718) 894-4888
Diocese, 2nd/4th SU 9 am
St. Laudislaus Church
18 Richardson Pl., Hempstead, NY 11500
No celebrant announced, (516) 489-0368, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9 am
Ave Maria Chapel
210 Maple Ave., Westbury, NY 11590
Fr. John Evangelista, (516) 333-6470, fax 333-7535, www.latinmass-ctm.org
Independent, SU 9 am, Holydays & 1st SA 9:30 am
St. Michael the Archangel Church
900 Horseblock Rd., Long Island, Farmingville, NY 11738
Frs. James Doran & Patrick Goche, (631) 736-6515
NSSPX, SU 8 & 10 am, 1st F 7 pm, 1st SA 9 am
St. Matthew Church
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35 N. Service Rd., Dix Hills, NY 11746
No celebrant announced, (631) 499-8520, www.smrcc.org
Diocese, SU 9 am (chapel), Holydays 10:30 am (church)
St. Pius V Church
8 Pond Place, Oyster Bay Cove, NY 11771
Bps. Joseph Santay & Clarence Kelly, (516) 922-5430, www.stpiuvchapel.org
SSPV, SU 7, 8:30 (High) & 11 am, Holydays 8 am & 8 pm, 1st F 8 pm
St. Pius V School
Oyster Bay Cove, NY 11771
Bps. Joseph Santay & Clarence Kelly, (631) 351-0116
SSPV, M-F 11:20 am
Mass Site
105 Round Swamp Rd., Huntington, NY 11743
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7 pm
St. Isidore Church
622 Pulaski St., Riverhead, NY 11901
No celebrant announced, (631) 727-2114, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 3:30 pm
St. Michael Chapel & Shrine
507 Rt. 9W, Glenmont, NY 12077
Fr. Joseph Collins, (518) 462-2016
Independent, SU 10 am
St. Joseph Church
416 Third St., Troy, NY 12180
Presb. Edward Sipperly, (518) 274-6720
Diocese, SU (Missa Cantata), Holydays 6:30 pm, MWF 12 noon
St. Joseph Novitiate
1275 Hearts Content Rd., Round Top, NY 12473, www.daughtersofmary.net
Bp. Joseph Santay & Clarence Kelly, (518) 622-9833
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SSPV, SU 8&10 am, M-SA 7 am,[email protected]
Sacred Heart/Our Lady of Mount Carmel Shrine
442 Fairview Ave., Hudson, NY 12534
Fr. Joseph Collins, (518) 828-8775,[email protected]
Independent, SU & Holydays
St. Joseph Church
9 Lafayette Pl., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
No celebrant announced, (914) 452-2333. fax 452-6686
Diocese, SU 12 noon
North American Martyrs Chapel
100 Boulevard St., Glens Falls, NY 12801
Fr. Philip Pazat, (518) 747-4101, 632-5679
NSSPX, SU 5 pm
St. Nicholas Chapel
Rt. 1, Box 258, Constable, NY 12926
Fr. Michael Jarecki, (603) 239-4420
Independent, no schedule announced
Mass Site
2044 State Rt. 11, N. Bangor, NY 12966
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 6:30 pm
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
Syracuse Childrens Theater, 700 W. Manilius St. E., Syracuse, NY 13057
No celebrant announced, (315) 303-5421, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10 am
St. Mary Church
103 7th St., Oswego, NY 13126
Presb. Stephen Wirkes, (315) 343-3953
Diocese, SU 1 pm
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Basilica of the Sacred Heart
927 Park Ave., Syracuse, NY 13204
Presb. Peter & William Gleba, (315) 422-2343, fax 422-2344
Diocese, SU 4 pm
Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God Church
450 Wilkinson St., Syracuse, NY 13204
Fr. Timothy Pfeiffer, (315) 422-8127, 696-8802, fax 422-8127
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am, F 11:30 am
Mother Seton Chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes Church
2 Barton Ave., Utica, NY 13501
Presb. Ralph Federico, (315) 733-8276
Diocese, SU 9 am
St. Thomas More Church
738 Roberts St. @ Sunset Ave., Utica, NY 13502
No celebrant announced, (315) 797-8434
SSPV, 1st/3rd/4th/5th SU 12:30 pm
St. Mary Church
66 Court St., Canton, NY 13617, www.cantoncatholics.com
Presb. Papp, (315) 386-2543, [email protected]
Diocese, SU (1st High) 12:15 am
St. Therese Chapel
68 County Route 55, Potsdam, NY 13676
No celebrant announced, (315) 328-4040
NSSPX, SU 9 am, SA 8 am
St. Athanasius Church
406 Shady Dr., Endwell, NY 13760
Fr. Philippe Pazat, (607) 785-0290
NSSPX, SU 4 pm
St. Vincent de Paul Church
165 Clifton Blvd., Vestal, NY 13850
No celebrant announced, (607) 722-3988
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Diocese, SU 8:30 am
St. Thomas the Apostle Church
4536 St. Paul Blvd., Irondequoit, NY 14617
No celebrant announced, (585) 342-2323
Diocese, SU 11:15 am (temporary)
St. Anthony of Padua Church
160 Court St., Buffalo, NY 14202
Presb. Secundo Cassarotto, CS, (716) 854-2563, fax 854-2564
Diocese, SU 9 am, Holydays 7:30 pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
231 McKinley Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14220
No celebrant announced, (716) 823-7176, 753-7611
NSSPX, SU 9 am
Our Lady Help of Christians Church
4125 Union Rd., Cheektowaga, NY 14225
Presb. Richard Jesionowski, (716) 634-3420
Diocese, SU 1:30 pm, Holydays vary
St. Bridget Church
14 Mark St., Rochester, NY 14605
Presb. Matt Fasnacht, (585) 454-4236, www.saintbridgets.net
Diocese, 1st SU 4 pm
Holy Name of Mary Chapel
588 Winton Rd. N., Rochester, NY 14610
No celebrant announced, (585) 288-6354
SSPV, SU 8:30 am, Holydays 8 am, 1st SA 5 pm
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel (formerly St. Francis of Assisi Chapel)
3376 Mt. Read Blvd., Rochester, NY 14616
Bp. Louis Vezelis, OFM, (585) 621-1122
Independent, no schedule announced
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St. Patrick Church
109 W. Main, Fillmore, NY 14735, www.stpatsbelfastfillmore.org
Presb. Dennis Mancuso & Paul Schnacky, (585) 567-4172
Diocese, SU 1 pm
Pennsylvania (15000-19600)
Our Lady of Fatima Church
175 McMichael Rd., Carnegie, PA 15106
(412) 276-2558, 295-9372, fax 256-1948
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am (Cantata), 1st F, 7 pm, 1st SA 6 pm
Holy Family Church
1200 Ligonier St., Latrobe, PA 15650, holyfamilylabtrobe.org
No celebrant announced, (724) 539-9751, 539-8044, [email protected]
Diocese, SU
St. Boniface (Holy Wisdom) Church
2208 East St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212, www.pittsburghlatinmass.org
Presb. James Dolan, (412) 231-1116
Diocese, SU 8 & 11 am, 1st F/Holydays 7 pm, SA 9 am
St. Joseph the Protector Chapel
928 St. Clair Way, Greensburg, PA 15601
Fr. M. Gabriel Ward, FBA, (724) 853-8151, [email protected]
Independent, SU & Holydays
Sacred Heart Mission
New Castle, PA 16101
Fr. David Sansone, SVM, (304) 255-6020
Independent, SU & Holydays
St. Bernadette Church
222 Renner St., Saegertown, PA 16433
No celebrant announced, (724) 659-4664
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Diocese, SU 11:30 am
St. Ann Church
921 East Ave., Erie, PA 16501
No celebrant announced, (514) 452-4832, fax 453-2275
Diocese, SU 9:30 am
St. Michael Church
6366 W. Lake Rd., Erie, PA 16505
Fr. Helmuts Libietis, (814) 835-6748
NSSPX, SU 5 pm
Queen of Peace Church
907 Sixth Ave, Patton, PA 16668, www.latininpatton.com
Presb. Ananias Buccione, OSB, (814) 674-8983
Diocese, SU 11 am (1st/3rd SU High), Holy Days 11 AM or 7 PM
St. Lawrence Chapel of St. Patrick Cathedral
110 State St., Harrisburg, PA 17101, www.stpatrickcathedral.com
Presb. Frank Parrinello, FSSP, (717) 232-2169, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8, 10 am (High), M/TU/TH/F 7:30 am, W 7 pm, SA 9 am
St. Michael the Archangel Church
1943 Craley Rd., Windsor, PA 17366, www.smarcc.org
Fr. Gabriel Tetherow, (717) 881-1276, [email protected]
Independent, SU, 9 am (High), M-F 6 pm, SA 9 am
St. Joseph Church
2935 Kingston Rd., York, PA 17402, www.sjv.org
No celebrant announced, (717) 755-7503, fax 757-1900, [email protected]
Diocese, SU-F 6 am
Sts. Peter & Paul Mission
129 S. Beaver St., York, PA 17408, www.saintspeterandpaulrcm.com
Fr. Smauel Waters, (717) 792-2789
Independent, SU/SA, 9 am, Holydays 8:30 am & 6 pm, M-F 8:30 am
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St. Anthony of Padua Church
501 E. Orange St., Lancaster, PA 17602
Presb. Pang Tscheou, (717) 394-0669, www.stanthonylancaster.com
Diocese, SU 1:30 pm (High)
Visitation Church
1614 W. Southern Ave., S. Williamsport, PA 17702
Fr. Joseph Greenwell, (570) 322-0216, 322-6175
SSPV, 1st/5th SU 6 pm, 3rd SU 5 pm
Carmel of Jesus, Mary & Joseph
430 Monastery Rd., Elysburg, PA 17824
No celebrant announced, (570) 672-2937
Diocese, SU/SA 8 am, M-F 7 am
St. Joseph Church
W. Main & Richard Sts., Girardville, PA 17935
No celebrant announced, [email protected]
Diocese, last SU
Holy Nativity Church
423 W. Moorestown Rd., Rt. 512, Nazareth, PA 18064
No celebrant announced, (570) 992-2341, (610) 863-6049
SSPV, SU and Holydays
St. Stephen of Hungary Church
510 W. Union St., Allentown, PA 18101
No celebrant announced, (888) 697-9714
Diocese, 8 am
Our Lady of Grace Church
750 N. Vine St., Hazleton, PA 18201
No celebrant announced, (570) 454-8797
Diocese, no schedule announced
Presentation Mission
Conyngham, PA 18219
Fr. John Trough, (330) 784-8025
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St. Gregory Academy Chapel
Griffin Rd., Elmhurst, PA 18416
Presb. Mario Portella, FSSP, (570) 842-8112, fax 842-6713
Diocese, SU & Holydays 10 am, M-SA varies
Sacred Heart Church
228 Route 590, Greeley, PA 18425
Presb. George Jeffrey, (570) 832-4275, 685-7952
Diocese, SU 10 am
St. Michael Church
1703 Jackson St., Scranton, PA 18504, [email protected]
Presb. Gismondi & Magiera, FSSP, (570) 961-1205, fax 961-2284
Diocese, SU 8 (Cantata) & 10:15 am, M-SA varies
Child Jesus Chapel
62 Broad St., Pittston, PA 18640
Fr. Gonzalez, (570) 825-7233, 655-4734
NSSPX, 1st-3rd SU 4:30 pm, 4th/5th SU 10 am
Rectory Chapel of St. Albert the Great
212 Welsh Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
Presb. Francis Sariego, (215) 947-3500
Diocese, 1st F 7 pm, 1st SA 9 am
Mass Site
2811 W. Chester Pike, Broomall, PA 19008
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), 7:30 pm
St. Jude Chapel
1402 E. 10th St., Eddystone, PA 19022
Fr. John Young, (610) 872-5384
NSSPX, SU 8 & 10 am, SA 5:30 pm, 1st F 7 pm
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Our Lady of Consolation Church
7051 Tulip St., Philadelphia, PA 19135, www.olctacony.org
Presb. Burke, Daniel Kehoe & Sangermano, (215) 333-0442, fax 333-2884
Diocese, SU 1 pm
St. Edmund Church
2130 So. 21st St., Philadelphia, PA 19145
No celebrant announced, (215) 334-3755, fax 334-2081
Diocese, no schedule announced
Our Lady of Lourdes Church
63rd St. & Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19151
No celebrant announced, www.ourladylourdes.org
Diocese, SU 9:30 am
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Chapel
406 Fairfield Rd., Plymouth Meeting, PA 19401
Presb. Charles Sangermano et al., (610) 275-0958, www.holysaviour.com
Diocese, SU 11:30 am
Delaware (19700-19999)
Mass Site
138 Independence Blvd., New Castle, DE 19720
No celebrant announced, (703) 759-4555, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Chapel
New Castle, DE 19720
No celebrant announced, (302) 322-1883, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. Patrick Church
1414 King St., Wilmington, DE 19801
Presb. Breslin, (302) 652-0743, fax 652-7678
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Diocese, SU 10:30 am
Holy Cross Church
631 S. State St., Dover, DE 19901
Presb. Michael Darcy 302 674-5787
Diocese, 3rd SU 3 pm
District of Columbia (20000-20500)
Immaculate Medal Shrine of St. Mary Mother of God (Old St. Mary) Church
727 5th St. N.W., Washington, DC 20001
Presb. Harbert, Pope, Grimm & Harris , (202) 289-7770, 289-7771, fax 408-1989
Diocese, SU 9 am, 2nd SU (Sept.-June), 5 pm, Holydays 7 pm, 1st SA 9 am
Copley Crypt
37th & O Sts. N.W., Washington, DC 20057, [email protected]
Presb. Stephen Fields & William Farge, S.J. (202) 687-4300, fax 687-5217
Diocese, SU 11:30 am, W 5:30 pm
Maryland (20600-21900)
St. Francis de Sales Church
7185 Benedict Ave., Benedict, MD 20612
Presb. Saverio Vitturino, (301) 274-3416, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 11 am
(Old) St. John the Evangelist
9700 Rosensteel Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910
Presb. Fritz, Olszyk & Rigdon, (301) 301 589-1857, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 am
St. John Neumann
9000 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
No celebrant announced, (301) 977-5492
Diocese, SU 1:30 pm
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St. Alphonsus Shrine
114 Saratoga St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Presb. Arthur Bastress & Fr. Casimir Peterson, (410) 685-6090
Diocese, SU 11:30 am (1st/3rd Cantata), Holydays 7 pm
St. Mary Church
224 W. Washington St., Hagerstown, MD 21740
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 2 pm
St. Hilary Church
3823 2nd St., Brooklyn, MD 21771
Fr. William Jenkins, (410) 795-4317
SSPV, 1st/2nd/3rd SU
Virginia (22000-24699)
Holy Trinity Church
8213 Linton Hall Rd., Gainesville, VA 20155
No celebrant announced, (703) 753-6700, www.holytrinityparish.net
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
St. John the Apostle Church
101 Oakcrest Manor Dr. N.E., Leesburg, VA 20176
No celebrant announced, (703) 777-1317, fax 771-9016
Diocese, 1st SU 10:30 am
St. John the Evangelist Church
271 Winchester St., Warrenton, VA 20186, www.stjohntheevangelist.org
No celebrant announced, (540) 347-2922, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
St. Michael Church
7401 Saint Michaels Ln., Annandale, VA 22003
No celebrant announced, (703) 256-7822, www.stmikes22003.org
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Diocese, SU 6:15 am
St. John the Beloved
McLean, VA 22101
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 12 noon, M 7:30 pm
St. Athanasius Church
9201 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182
Frs. Ronald Ringrose & Ortiz, (703) 759-4555, [email protected]
Independent, SU 7, 9 & 11 am, Holydays 6, 9 & 12 noon, M-SA varies
St. Lawrence Martyr Church
6222 Franconia Rd., Alexandria, VA 22310
Presb. Christopher Mould, (703) 971-4378, 971-5363
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
Mass Site
2541 Maycrest St., Roanoke, VA 24012
Fr. Juan Ortiz, (540) 521-6445, (703) 965-1003
Independent, 1st SU 12:30 pm
St. John the Baptist Church
123 W. Main St., Front Royal, VA 22630, www.sjtb.org
Presb. Edward Hathaway, (540) 635-3780, fax 635-2683, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm, M 7 am, W 7 pm
Holy Comforter Church
208 East Jefferson St., Charlottesville, VA 22902
Presb. Joseph Lukyamuzi, (434) 295-7185, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 2nd/4th 3 pm
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
5217 Futura Ave., Richmond, VA 23231
Fr. Christopher Pieroni, (804) 222-3530, www.fatimachapel.org
NSSPX, SU 10 am
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St. Joseph Church
828 Buford Rd., Richmond VA 23235
FSSP, (804) 342-1319, www.stjosephrichmond.org
Diocese, SU 8:30 & 11 am (High) & 4:30 pm, M-SA varies
St. Augustine Chapel
12083 Smith Neck Rd., Carrollton, VA 23314
Fr. Joseph Collins, (757) 357-5213, StAugustineChapel.org
Independent, 3 SU per month, time varies
St. Benedict Church
521 McCosh Dr., Princeton Halls, Chesapeake, VA 23320
Presb. Nichols, Nix & Forte, FSSP, (757) 543-0561, www.stbenedictschapel.org
Diocese, SU 7:30 am, 10 am (High) &12 noon, Holydays and M-SA varies
Immaculate Conception Mission
Holiday Inn Executive Center, 5655 Greenwich Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Fr. Christopher Pieroni, (757) 426-3185
NSSPX, SU 4 pm
Syon Abbey
Copper Hill, VA 24079
Fr. Francis Nugent
Independent (Traditional Benedictine), SU 10:30
West Virginia (24700-26899)
Our Lady of Mercy Chapel
219 S. George St., Charles Town, WV 25414, www.canonsregular.com
No celebrant announced, (304) 724-6995, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 10:15 am, M-F 7 am, 1st F 7 pm
St. Basil Church
116 Sunrise Ave., Beckley,WV 25801, [email protected]
Bp. Patrick Taylor, SVM, (304) 255-6020
Independent, SU 10 am, M-SA varies
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Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel
25 Chapel Rd., Bethlehem, WV 26003
Fr. Leo Carley, (330) 644-3526
Independent, 2nd SU 6 pm
St. Patrick Catholic Church
210 Center Ave., Weston, WV 26452
Presb. George Manjadi, (304) 269-1767, [email protected]
Diocese, 2nd SU 6 pm
North Carolina (27000-28999)
St. Benedict the Moor Church
1625 E. 12th St., Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Presb. Eric Kowalski, (336) 786-8147
Diocese, 2nd/4th SU 1:30 pm
Our Lady of Grace Church
2205 W. Market St., Greensboro, NC 27403
Presb. Eric Kowalski, (336) 274-6520, olgchurch.org
Diocese, SU 1:30 pm
Website: olgchurch.org St. Joseph Church
512 W. Wainman Ave., Asheboro, NC 27203
Presb. Christopher Davis, (336) 629-0221, www.stjoenc.org
Diocese, W 6 pm
Old St. Mary Church
215 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro, NC 27530
Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, (919) 736-0096
NSSPX, 1st/3rd/5th SU 5:30 pm
Holy Redeemer Church
1841 N. White St., Wake Forest, NC 27587
Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, (919) 363-8055
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NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 5:30 pm
Mass Site
44 E. Arbor Cove Ct., Zebulon, NC 27597
No celebrant announced, (919) 269-6704, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 6 pm
Sacred Heart Cathedral
226 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27603
Presby. Mark Betti, (919) 832-6030, www.sacredheartcathedral.org
Diocese, 1st SU 4:30 pm
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
328 Hammon St., Rocky Mount, NC 27804
Presby. Tim Meares, (252) 972-0452, www.olphrm.com
Diocese, SU 6 pm, SA 8 am
St. Dorothy Church
148 Saint Dorothys Ln., Lincolnton, NC 28092, www.st.dorothys.org
Presb. Matthew Buettner, (704) 735-5575, fax 735-3113
Diocese, TH noon
St. Anthony of Padua Church
108 Horseshoe Bend Beach Rd., Mount Holly, NC 28120
Fr. Dominique Bourmaud, (704) 827-8676
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 (High) am, SA 11 am
St. Ann Church
3635 Park Rd., Charlotte, NC 28209
Presb. Timothy Reid, (704) 523-4641, www.stanncharlotte.org
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm (Cantata), W 6 pm
Sacred Heart Church
U.S. Highway 421 and McKay Ave., Dunn, NC 28334
Presb. Paul Parkerson, (910) 891-1972, www.sacredheartdunnnc.org
Diocese, SU 12 pm, Holydays 12:15 pm or 6:30 pm, W 6:30 pm, 1st SA 10am
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St. Mary Church
412 Ann St., Wilmington, NC 28401, www.thestmaryparish.org
No celebrant announced, (910) 762-5491, [email protected]
Diocese, last SU 7 pm
Holy Redeemer Church
214 Aquone Rd., Andrews, NC 28901
Presb. Carl Kaltreider, (828) 321-4463
Diocese, 2nd SA 4 pm (not a Sunday Mass)
South Carolina (29000-29999)
Holy Family Church
1600 Bacons Bridge Rd., Summerville, SC 29485, (843) 875-9368
Bp. M. Bruno, OFM Conv., www.holyfamilytraditionalcatholicchurch.com
Independent, SU 10 am, Holydays 7 pm, M-SA varies
Stella Maris Church
1204 Middle St., Sullivans Island, SC 29482
Presb. Lawrence McInerny, (843) 883-3108, fax 883-3160
Diocese, SU 5:30 pm, 1st F 4 pm
Prince of Peace Church
1209 Bushy Creek Rd., Taylors, SC 29687, [email protected]
Presb. Christopher Smith, , (864) 268-4352
Diocese, SU/TU-F 12 noon
Georgia (30000-31900)
St. Michael Chapel
715 Hardscrabble Rd., Roswell, GA 30076
Fr. Christopher Danel, (770) 992-8171, 474-3182
NSSPX, SU 10 am (High)
St. Francis de Sales Church
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587 Landers Dr., Mableton, GA 31026, [email protected]
Presb. Denis Bouchard, FSSP, (404) 948-6888 (& fax)
Diocese, SU 9 & 11:30 am, Holydays, M-SA varies
St. Joseph Church
830 Poplar St., Macon, GA 31201
Presb. Allan McDonald
Diocese, TU 5 pm
Mass Site
La Quinta Inn, 3944 River Dr., Macon, GA 31210
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7 pm
Christ the King Chapel
Savannah, GA 31401
Fr. W Craig Hosch, SVM, 912/996-4117, [email protected]
Independent, opening pending
St. John the Baptist Cathedral
222 E. Harris St., Savannah, GA 31401
No celebrant announced, (912) 233-4709, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 1 pm (Cantata)
Mass Site
Douglas, GA 31533
No celebrant announced, (706) 215-3939
Independent, no schedule announced
Florida (32000-34999)
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel
1610 N. Temple Ave. (US 301), Starke, FL 32091
No celebrant announced, (352) 367-8596, [email protected]
SSPV, 2nd/4th SU 9 am
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Immaculate Conception Church
121 E. Duval St., Jacksonville, FL 32201
Presb. E. Murphy & W. Keene, (904) 359-0331, fax 356-8133
Diocese, SU 8 am
St. Michael the Archangel Church
1950 Bartram Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32207, www.saintmichaelarchangel.com
Fr. Roberts, (904) 725-5470
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10 am, M-SA 8 am, 1st F 6 pm
Missionary Chapel of Saint Teresa the Little Flower
1375 Braaschville Rd., Saint Johns, FL 32259
Fr. John Gustino, SVM, (904) 770-2114
Independent, SU 9 am
Immaculate Heart of Mary Mission
401 Timberlane Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32312
Fr. Louis Montelongo, (407) 841-5878, [email protected]
Independent, 1st/3rd SA 4 pm (not a Sunday Mass)
St. Stephen Church
900 W. Garden St., Pensacola, FL 32501
Presb. Hector Perez, (850) 432-9362
Diocese, SU 10:30 am
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel of Atonement
180 Eileen Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
No celebrant announced, OSJ, (407) 869-8590
Independent, SU 2 pm, 1st SA 9 am, Holydays 10 am
St. Filumena Church
1008 S. Eustis St., Eustis, FL 32726
No celebrant announced, (352) 589-6110
Independent, SU
Immaculate Heart Chapel of Holy Innocents Religious Hermitage
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40500 Maggie Jones Rd. Paisley, FL 32767
Fr. R. Pensenstadler, (352) 669-5312, [email protected]
Independent, SU, 1st F/SA/Holydays 9 am
Our Lady of Pillar Chapel
Sanford, FL 32771
No celebrant announced, (321) 275-8911, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. Thomas More Church
550 Riverview Ave., Sanford, FL 32771, www.orlandolatinmass.com
Frs. Marc Vernoy, David Nichols & Louis Alessio, (407) 872-1007
NSSPX, SU 9 am
All Souls Church
301 W. 8th St., Sanford, FL 32771
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 5 pm
Sacred Heart Church
1018 36th St., Orlando, FL 32805
Fr. Louis Montelongo, (407) 841-5878, [email protected]
Independent, SU 8, 10 am, 12:30 & 6 pm, Holydays & TU-SA varies
Holy Family Chapel
3385 Wickham Rd., Melbourne, FL 32935
Fr. Gregory Safreed, www.chapeloftheholyfamily.org
Independent, SU 9 & 11:30 am, Holydays 9 am & 7 pm, M-SA 9 am
Mary, Virgin of the Poor Chapel
7200 N. Wickham Rd., Melbourne, FL 32940
Fr. Raymond Olinger, [email protected]
Independent, no schedule announced
Mission
Women's Club, 1524 21st St., Vero Beach, FL 32960
No celebrant announced, www.mostholytrinityseminary.org
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Independent, SU 10 am
St. Paul the Apostle Church
2700 N.E. 36th St., Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
Presb. Frederick Brice, (954) 943-9154, fax 943-1954
Diocese, 1st/3rd SU 1 pm
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
4801 W. Flagler St., Miami, FL 33134
Bp. William Greene, OSA, (305) 447-8911
Independent, SU 8:30 & 10 am, 12:45 & 6 pm, M-F 12:15 pm, SA 11 am
St. Philomena National Shrine
1621 S.W. 6th St., Miami, FL 33135, www.shrineofsaiutphilomena.com
No celebrant announced, (305) 644-1400, [email protected]
NSSPX, SU 9:30 & 11 am, M 7 am, F 7 pm, SA 10 am
San Francisco & Santa Clara Mission
402 NE 29th St., Miami, FL 33137
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU & Holydays 9 am
Our Lady of Peace Church
2121 So. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Fr. William Jenkins, (954) 214-5019
SSPV, 1st-4th SU 5 pm, occasionally M
Mass Site
5400 Griffin Rd., Davie, FL 33314
No celebrant announced, (786) 281-9581
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Our Lady of Victory Church
4590 S.W. 65th Ave., Davie, FL 33314
Fr. Joseph Dreher, (954) 792-3162, fax 667-3201
NSSPX, SU 8 am
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Queen of the Holy Rosary Priory Chapel
4827 Coconut Rd. S., Lake Worth, FL 33461
No celebrant announced, (954) 792-3162
NSSPX, SU 11:30 am
Holy Spirit Church
1000 Lantana Rd., Lantana, FL 33462
No celebrant announced, (561) 585-5970, www.holyspiritlantana.com/
Diocese, SU 2 pm
Mass Site
1242 Acadia Harbor Pl., Brandon, FL 33511
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel
2404 Stuart St., Tampa, FL 33605, www.immaculateheartofmarychapel.com
Fr. Emilio Fattore, (813) 248-4460, 787-6465, [email protected]
Independent, SU 8:20, 10, 12 noon
Epiphany of Our Lord Church
2510 East Hanna Ave., Tampa, FL 33680
Fr. Edwin Palka, (813) 234-8693, fax 238-5060, epiphanytampa.weebly.com
Diocese, SU 7:30, 10:30 (High), M-SA 9 am, Holydays
Our Lady’s Chapel of St. Jude the Apostle Cathedral
5815 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, FL 33743
Presb. Vega, (813) 347-9702
Diocese, 12:30 pm
Resurrection Church
8121 Cypress Lake Dr., Fort Myers, FL 33919
Presb. James Fryar & J. Nolan, (785) 845-1731
Diocese, SU 2 pm
Our Lady Queen of Angels Chapel
376 Prospect Ave., Fort Myers, FL 33905
Fr. Matthias, (239) 694-8755, [email protected]
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NSSPX, SU 4 pm
St. Agnes Church
7775 Vanderbild Beach Rd., Naples, FL 34120, www.stagneschapel.com
Presb. James Fryar & J. Nolan, FSSP, (239) 592-1949, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 am
Ave Maria Oratory
Ave Maria, FL34142
No celebrant announced, (239) 324-3903
Diocese, SU 8 am, TU/TH 7:30 during school year
Christ the King Church
1900 Meadowood St., Sarasota, FL 34231, http://www.venicelatinmass.org
Presb. James Fryar & J. Nolan, FSSP, (971) 924-2777
Diocese, SU 8:30 & 10:30 am, M-SA 9 am
Our Lady Queen of Peace
6455 SW St. Rt. 200, Ocala, FL 34476
Presb. James Frayer & J. Nolan, (785) 845-1731
Diocese, 2nd/4th SU 6 pm
Most Holy Trinity Chapel
1000 Spring Lake Hwy., Brooksville, FL 34602
Bp. Sanborn, (352) 799-0541, [email protected], traditionalmass.org
Independent, SU 9 & 10:30 am, M-F 7:10 am, SA 9 am
St. Theresa Church
1107 Commercial Way, Spring Hill, FL 34606
Presb. Francis Ferrara, (352) 683-2849
Diocese, SU 6:30 am, Holydays vary
Our Lady of Fatima Church
10401 Spring Hill Dr., Spring Hill, FL 34608, www.olfatima.com
Bp. Terence Fulham, (352) 556-4486, [email protected]
Independent, SU 9 & 11 am, M-SA
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Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima & St. Cajetan Shrine
10360 Atlanta Ave., Brooksville, FL 34614
Fr. James Wright, (352) 596-5541, [email protected]
Independent, SU 8 & 10 am, M-F 7:30 am, SA 8 am
St. Martin de Porres Church
2555 N.E. Savannah Rd., Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Presb. Marco De Leon, (772) 334-4214, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
Alabama (35000-36999)
St. Benedict Church
1139 U.S. 231, Laceys Spring, AL 35754
Fr. Gregory Drahman, (402) 571-4404
CMRI, SU 9:30 am, Holydays 6 pm
Blessed Sacrament Church
1460 Pearson Ave., Birmingham, AL 35211
Presb. Jim Booth, (205) 785-9840, www.myblessedsacrament.org
Diocese, SU 11:30 am, 1st SA 8:30 am
St. Mary of the Visitation Church
222 Jefferson St. N., Huntsville, AL 35801
Presb. Alan Mackey, (256) 218-3094, www.smvparish.org
Diocese, SU 12:45 pm
St. Bridget Church
3625 W. Main St., Whistler, AL 36612
Presb. Leo Blanchet, www.rcamobile.org/whistler.html
Diocese, 1st SU 11 am
Tennessee (37000-38500)
Corpus Christi Chapel
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130 Old Liberty Pike, Franklin, TN 37064
Fr. Gregory Post, (615) 791-8776
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 8:30 am, 5th SU 5:30 pm, SA before 1st/3rd SU 6 pm
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
1227 7th Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37208
Presb. Clare Hendricks, (615) 256-2729, assumptionchurchnashville.org
Diocese, 3rd SU 12:30 pm
St. Catherine of Siena Church
319 Cayce Ln., Columbia, TN 38401
No celebrant announced, (931) 388-3803, stcatherinecc.org/
Diocese, 2nd/4th SU 4 pm
Mass Site
Buchanan Log House, 2910 Elm Hill Pike, Nashville, TN 37214
No celebrant announced, (615) 809-6279
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10 am
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel
Hampton Motel, 1821 Holiday Dr., Athens, TN 37303
Fr. Neal Webster, (865) 693-1889, [email protected]
Independent, SU 9:15 am
St. John the Evangelist Priory
300 Locke Ln., Benton TN 37307
(423) 338-2328, www.sovorderofsaintjohn.org, [email protected]
Independent, occasionally
St. Therese of Lisieux Church
900 Clingan Ridge Dr., Cleveland, TN 37311
Presb. P.J. McGinnity
Diocese, 2nd/4th SU 3 pm
Holy Ghost Church
1041 N. Central Ave., Knoxville, TN 37917
Presb. John Orr, (865) 522-2205, www.discoveret.org/holyghst
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Diocese, SU 1:30 pm (Cantata)
Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel
88 Madrid Ct., Knoxville, TN 37919
Fr. Neal Webster, (865) 693-1889, [email protected]
Independent, SU 12:30 pm
St. Cecilia Roman Church
28 Peebles Rd., Memphis, TN 38109
Fr. Gregory Post, (901) 755-5545
NSSPX, 2nd/4th/5th SU 10 am
Blessed Sacrament Church
2564 Hale Ave, Memphis TN 38112
Presb. Kevin Bravata, (901) 452-1543, www.chblessedsacrament.com/
Diocese, SU 8:30 am, TU/TH 6:15 am, F 3:15 pm
Church of the Nativity
5955 St. Elmo, Bartlett, TN 38135
No celebrant announced, (901) 382-2504, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9 am
St. Catherine of Siena Church
3019 Cayce Ln., Columbia, TN 38401
Presb. Clare Hendricks, (931) 388-3803, stcatherinecc.org
Diocese, 2nd SU 6 am, 4th SU 4 pm
Mississippi (38600-39799)
None.
Kentucky (40000-42799)
St. Catherine of Alexandria Church
174 N. Main St., New Haven, KY 40051, www.stcatherineofalexandria.org
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No celebrant announced, (502) 549-3152, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 1 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Chapel
1730 N. Stillwell Rd., Boston, KY 40107
Fr. Joseph Pfeiffer, (502) 549-3531, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10 am
St. Martin of Tours Church
639 S. Shelby St., Louisville, KY 40202, [email protected]
Presb. Roberts, (502) 582-2827
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm, TU/TH 7:15 am
St. John the Baptist Church
452 N. 26th St, Louisville, KY 40212
No celebrant announced, (502) 509-4301, [email protected]
Independent, SU & Holy Days 10 am, M-SA
Our Lady of the Pillar Chapel
4049 S. 5th St., Louisville, KY 40214
Fr. Gavin Bitzer, (502) 363-3157, [email protected]
Independent, SU 9 am, M-SA
St. Benedict Church
1240 Matha Ave., Louisville, KY 40215
Fr. Brendan Dardis, (502) 549-3531, 368-1975, stbenedictchapel.org
NSSPX, SU 3 pm, M 8 am
St. Peter Church
153 Barr St., Lexington, KY 40507
Presb. Val Young, FSSP, (859) 219-3212, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 4 pm, M-SA 7 am
Mass Site
114 Summit Dr., Covington, KY 41015
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7:30 am
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Mass Site
2312 Joyce Ave., Newport, KY 41071
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9:30 am
St. Bernard Church
401 Berry St., Dayton, KY 41074
No celebrant announced, (859) 261-8506, www.saint-bernard.org
Diocese, SU 4 pm
Holy Family Priory
2750 Beaver Rd., Union, KY 41091
Fr. Gavin Bitzer, (859) 485-7264, fax 485-1406
Independent, SU 5:30 am
St. Joseph Mission
Union, KY 41091
Fr. Joseph Noonan, OFM
Independent, 3rd SU 9:30 am
Our Lady of the Assumption
472 Beaver Road, Walton, KY 41094
Frs. Adam Purdy, Joseph Horvath & Patrick Mackin (859) 485-3800
NSSPX, SU 9 am, 2nd/4th/5th M 8 am, SA 6 pm, 1st F 6 pm
All Saints Church
62 Needmore St., Walton, KY 41094, allsaintswalton.com
No celebrant announced, (859) 485-4476, fax 485-6476, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9:15 am
Our Lady of the Caves
Highway 31W, Horse Cave, KY 42749
No celebrant announced, (270) 651-5263, 786-1188
Diocese, SU 12 noon
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Ohio (43000-45899)
St. Margaret Mary Chapel
1000 Scioto St., Urbana, OH 43078
Fr. James Thielen
Independent, SU 10 am
Holy Family Church
584 W. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215
Presb. Kevin Lutz, (614) 221-4323
Diocese, SU 9 am (High)
St. Anthony of Padua Mission
2586 Billingsley Rd., Columbus, OH 43235
Fr. James Thielen
Independent, SU 2 pm
St. Joseph Church
628 Locust St., Toledo, OH 43604
Presb. Poggemeyer, (419) 255-5556
Diocese, 2nd & Last SU 11 am, TH 6 pm (Cantata)
Mass Site
1121 Oregon Ave., Stubenville, OH 43952
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), M 6:30 pm
St. Stephen Church
1930 W. 54th St., Cleveland, OH 44102
No celebrant announced, (216) 631-5633
Diocese, SU 9:30 am (High), W 6:30 pm
Immaculate Conception Church
4129 Superior Ave., Cleveland, OH 44103
Presb. John Hayes, Kotlinski & Kilcayne, (216) 431-5900
Diocese, SU 8 am
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St. Therese of the Child Jesus Church
6637 Sprague Rd., Parma, OH 44133
Fr. William Jenkins, (440) 842-4402
SSPV, SU 8:30 am
St. Peregrine Church
22953-65 Detroit Rd., Westlake, OH 44145
Fr. Markus Heggenberger, (440) 333-3139 (voice/fax)
NSSPX, SU 8 10 am, SA 6 pm, 1st F 7 pm, 1st SA 9 am
St. Sebastian Church
476 Mull Ave., Akron, OH 44230
Presb. Paul Kleines, (330) 836-2233, stsebastian.org
Diocese, SU 1 pm
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel
2935 Chenoweth Rd., Akron, OH 44312
Fr. Leo Carley, (330) 644-3526
Independent, SU-SA 9 am
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
450 Dennison Ave., Akron, OH 44312
Fr. John Trough, (330) 784-8025, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 8:30 am
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
525 Lawrence Ave., Girard, OH 44420
Fr. Gerard Beck, (330) 545-0307, 533-4492
NSSPX, SU 4 pm, M 11:30 am
Queen of the Holy Rosary Church
291 Scoville Dr., Vienna, OH 44473
Presb. J. Valentine & S. Allen, FSSP, (330) 856-4204, fax 856-9587
Diocese, SU 8 & 10 am, M-F 7:30 & 9 am, SA 9 am & 5 pm
St. Mary Church
726 First St. NE, Massillon, OH 44646
No celebrant announced, (330) 833-8501, 833-3359
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Diocese, 4th SU 5 pm
Queen of Angels Convent - Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
245 N. Buckeye St., Wooster, OH 44691
Fr. Gabriel Ward, FBA, (330) 262-6205, [email protected]
Independent (Franciscan), SU & Holydays 3 pm, M-SA 5:30 am
Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church
4955 Annapolis-DeKalb Rd., Sulphur Springs, OH 44881
Fr. John Trough, (419) 562-1985
CMRI, SU 1 pm
Infant of Prague Chapel
6397 Holloway Drive, Liberty Township, OH 45044, www.praguechapel.net
Fr. Bernard Hall, (513) 435-1726, [email protected]
Independent, SU 10 am, M-SA 8 am
St. Gertrude the Great Church
4900 Rialto Rd, West Chester, OH 45069, www.sgg.org
Bp. D. Dolan, Frs. A. Cekada, C. McGuire, S. McKenna (513) 645-4212
Independent, SU 7:30, 9 (High), 11:30 am & 5:45 pm., M-SA varies
Old St. Mary Church
123 E. 13th St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Fr. Valentine Young, (513) 721-2988
Diocese, M-SA 7:15 am
Immaculate Conception Church
2300 Robertson Ave., Norwood, OH 45212
Frs. William Jenkins & Joseph Greenwell, (513) 731-8771, 731-8773
SSPV, SU 7 & 9 am (High), M-F
Sacred Heart Church
2733 Massachusetts Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45225
Presb. Herbert Raterman, SJ, (513) 541-4654
Diocese, SU 11:30 am, Holydays 7:30 pm
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St. Therese the Little Flower Church
500 W. Mulberry St., Lebanon, OH 45036, www.StThereseCMRI.org
Fr. John Trough, (616) 970-1188, [email protected]
CMRI, 1st & 3rd SU 9 am, 2nd/4th/5th SU 6 pm, Holydays vary
Holy Family Church
140 S. Findlay St., Dayton, OH 45403
Presb. Mark Wojdelski, FSSP, (937) 938-6098, daytonlatinmass.org
Diocese, SU 8 am (Low) & 10:30 am (High), Holydays 7 am & 7 pm
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
8616 North Dixie Dr., Dayton, OH 45414
No celebrant announced, (937) 890-2111, ourladyofgoodcounselchurch.net
NSSPX, Last TH 6:30 pm
St. Clare Mission
Chillicothe, OH 45601
Fr. Charles McGuire, (614) 424-6278, (938) 653-5431
Independent, SU
Most Holy Trinity Church
477 Dewey St., Wheelersburg, OH 45694
Fr. Gabriel Lavery, (330) 784-8025
CMRI, SU 6:45 pm twice monthly, Holydays 8 am
Indiana (46000-47900)
Elizabeth Ann Seton Chapel
10655 Haverstick Rd., Carmel, IN 46032
No celebrant announced, (317) 846-3850, fax 846-3710, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 5 pm
St. Joseph Chapel
245 W. Broadway St., Greenwood, IN 46142, saintjosephgreenwood.com
No celebrant announced, (317) 888-2030, fax 882-8443
NSSPX, SU 10 am, M-SA sometimes
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Shrine of Our Lady of Good Remedy
10879 N. State Route 39, Lizton, IN 46149
Fr. Paul Petko, (317) 457-2482, [email protected]
Independent, SU 9 am, TU-SA 8 am
Holy Rosary Church
520 Stevens St., Indianapolis, IN 46203
Presb. Michael Magiera, FSSP, (317) 636-4478, fax 636-2522
Diocese, SU 9:30 am, M-SA varies
Carmelite Monastery Chapel
1625 Ridge Rd., Munster, IN 46321
Presb. Jacek Palica, (219) 838-7111, [email protected]
Diocese, SA 5 pm (not a Sunday Mass)
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church
1506 Washington St., Michigan City, IN 46360
Presb. John Hogan
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm, W 7 pm, 1st F 8 am
Mass Site
Route 1, Box 51, San Pierre, IN 46374
No celebrant announced, OSJ, (219) 828-5088
Independent, no schedule announced
Our Lady of the Rosary Shrine
1719 Atchison Ave., Whiting, IN 46394
No celebrant announced, (219) 659.7535
Independent, no schedule announced
St. Stanislaus Bishop & Martyr Church
415 North Brookfield St,, South Bend, IN 46628, ststanparish.com
Presb. John Fritz, FSSP, (574) 233-1217, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 7:30 am (Low) & 10 am (Cantata), M-SA varies
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mission
458 W. Walnut St., Nappanee, IN 46650
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Fr. John Young, (574) 773-2770, fax 773-5849
NSSPX, SU 3 pm
Sacred Heart Church
1020 Capitol Ave., Fort Wayne, IN 46806
Presb. Daniel Leeuw & Tom Shoemaker, (219) 744-2519
Diocese, SU 11:30 am (1st/2nd High), Holydays 7 am
St. John Fisher Chapel
3333 Tillman Rd., Fort Wayne, IN 46816
Fr. John Young, (219) 447-5085
NSSPX, SU 9 am, SA 4:30 pm (not a Sunday Mass)
Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission
Logansport, IN 46947
Fr. Ronald Brown, (847) 533-9721, [email protected]
Independent, SU monthly
St. Louis Church
13 E. Saint Louis Pl., Batesville, IN 47006, (812) 934-4404
No celebrant announced
Diocese, 1st/3rd SU 5 pm
St. Cecilia Church
17440 St. Marys Rd. (State Road 229), Oak Forest, IN 47012
Presb. Gerard Saguto, FSSP, (765) 647-0310, stceciliaofrome.com
Diocese, SU 7:30 & 10:30 am, Holydays 7 am & 7 pm, M-SA varies
Holy Trinity Church
219 NW Third St., Evansville, IN 47708
No celebrant announced
Diocese, 3rd SU 12:30 pm
St. Paul Chapel
629 E. Louisiana St., Evansville, IN 47711
Fr. Gavin Bitzer, [email protected]
Independent, SU 3 pm
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St. Ann Church
612 Wabash Ave., Lafayette, IN 47905
Presb. David Hasser, (765) 742-7031, fax 429-5690
Diocese, 4th SU 5 pm
Michigan (48000-49999)
Mass Site
1827 Mansfield, Birmingham, MI 48009
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9 am
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church
16414 Fourteen Mile Rd., Fraser, MI 48026
Fr. Oscar Saavedra, (586) 979-1272, www.olqmfraser.org
Independent, SU 8 & 10:30 am (High), M-SA, 1st F 7:30 pm
St. Joseph Church
28049 School Section Rd., Armada, MI 48062
Frs. Goldade, McMahon & Wailliez, (586) 784-9511, fax 784-8070
NSSPX, SU 7 & 9:30 am (also M-SA during school months)
St. Stephen Church
18800 Huron River Dr., New Boston, MI 48164
No celebrant announced, (734) 753-5268, 753-4305, fax 753-5828
Diocese, SU 2 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
976 Pope John Paul II Ave., Wyandotte, MI 48192, ourladyofmountcarmel.org
No celebrant announced, (734) 284-9135, fax 284-1367
Diocese, 4th SU 8 am
Sts. Cyril & Methodius Church
Sterling Heights, MI 48310
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SA 6 pm (not a Sunday Mass)
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St. Joseph Church
3521 4th St., Wayne, MI 48184, www.stjosephschurch.net
Fr. Francisco Radecki, (734) 729-8228, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 7:30, 9:30 & 11:45 am
St. Josaphat Church
691 E. Canfield Ave., Detroit, MI 48201, www.stjosaphatchurch.org
No celebrant announced, (313) 831-6659, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9:30 am (Cantata), Holydays 7 pm (Cantata), M 7 pm
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Grotto Church
13770 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, MI 48205, www.assumptiongrotto.com
Presb. Eduard Perrone, (313) 372-0762, fax 372-2064, [email protected]
Diocese, SU & Holydays 9:30 am, M-SA 7:30 am (designated to be closed)
St. Joseph Church
1828 Jay St., Detroit, MI 48207
No celebrant announced, www.saint-joseph-detroit.org
Diocese, 4th SU 12 noon
St. Anne Church
23310 Joy Rd., Redford, MI 48239
Fr. Michael Goldade, (313) 534-2121, 937-9730, fax 784-8070
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 9:30 am, SA 11 am, 1st F 7 pm
St. Dominic Chapel
765 N. Hickory Ridge Rd., W. Highland, MI 48357
Bp. Robert Neville, (248) 889-2394
Independent, SU 9 am
Immaculate Conception Church
814 W. Nepessing St., Lapeer, MI 48446
Presb. Michael Zuelch, (810) 664-8594, 664-4564 fax, www.lapeercatholic.org
Diocese, last SU 12:30 pm (High), TH 8:45 am
All Saints Church
4063 W. Pierson Rd., Flint, MI 48504
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Presb. Anthony Msajchrowski, (810) 787-0491, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 4 pm
St. Dominic Savio Chapel
7095 Kochville Rd., Freeland, MI 48603
Fr. Daniel Ahern, (989) 692-0029, [email protected]
Independent, SU 9:30 am
Infant of Prague Church
112 S. Van Buren St., Bay City, MI 48708
Fr. Jaime Pazat De Lys. (989) 892-5936
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 3 pm
St. Mary Church
939 Charlotte Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49048
Presb. David Grondz, (269).342-0621, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 10:30 am, F-SA 8 am
St. John Bosco Church
Mattawan, MI 49071
Presb. Camporese
Diocese, 3rd SU 1 pm
St. Mary Church
Paw Paw, MI 49079
Presb. Camporese
Diocese, 3rd SU 1 pm
Mass Site
512 Francisco Rd., Union City, MI 49094
Bp. Neal Webster, (865) 693-1889, [email protected]
Independent, 2nd M 6 pm
St. Joseph Church
705 N. Waterloo Ave., Jackson, MS 49202
Presb. Robideau, (517) 784-0343, fax 784-5411
Diocese, SU 12 noon
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Sts. Peter & Paul Chapel
11400 Brighton Hwy., Brooklyn, MI 49230
(603) 524-9499, (920) 336-8852
Independent, SU monthly
St. Joseph Shrine
8743 US-12, Brooklyn, MI 49230
No celebrant announced, (517) 467-2183, fax 467-4285
Diocese, 1st SA 9 am
Most Holy Rosary Church
314 E. Main St., Middleville, MI 49333
Fr. Gerard McKee, (269) 795-9030, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 8 am
St. Margaret Mary Church
11352 Brown St., Allendale, MI 49401
Fr. Michael Goldade, (616) 895-5890, [email protected]
NSSPX, SU 2:30 pm
Sacred Heart Church
156 Valley Ave. S.W., Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Presb. Edward Hankiewicz, (616) 459-8362
Diocese, SU & Holydays 12:30 pm
Holy Rosary Church
3919 Gatzke Rd., Cedar, MI 49621
Presb. Donald Libbey, (231) 228-5429, fax 228-5529
Diocese, SU 12:45 pm
Our Lady of Fatima Church
5037 Co. Hwy. 633, Grawn, MI 49637
No celebrant announced, (231) 947-4568
SSPV, 4th SU
Sacred Heart Church
2342 Valley Rd., Mancelona, MI 49659
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Fr. Steven Soos, (231) 587-8515, 588-7811
NSSPX, SU 8 am
Our Lady of the Snows Chapel
Murner & Parmater Rds., Gaylord, MI 49735
Fr. Daniel Ahern, (989) 786-4595, [email protected]
Independent, alternate SU, occasional weekdays
St. Anthony of Padua Church
310 Iron St., Gwinn, MI 49841, www.dioceseofmarquette.org/StAnthonyGwinn :
Presb. John Boyle, (906) 346-5312, fax 346-3040, [email protected]
Diocese, no schedule announced
Iowa (50000-52899)
Humility of Mary Church
23775 Chestnut Cir., Beech, IA 50301
Fr. Thomas Mroczka, (515) 288-4213
SSPV, 1st/3rd SU 4:30 pm
St. Anthony Church
15 Indianola Ave., Des Moines, IA 50315, www.stanthonydsm.org
No celebrant announced, (515) 244-4709, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8:30 am
St. Peter Church
Highway 9, Osage, IA 50461
Presb. Ray Atwood, (641) 982-4239
Diocese, 5th SU 10:45 am
St. Philomena Mission
Best Western Motel, 214 Washington Ave., Waterloo, IA 50701
No celebrant announced, (641) 435-2506
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 10:30 pm
Epiphany Cathedral
1011 Douglas, Sioux City, IA 51105
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Presb. McCoy, (712) 255-1637
Diocese, SU 7:30 am
St. Francis Xavier Basilica
104 3rd St. S.W., Dyersville, IA 52040
Presb. Ray Atwood & Edward Petty, (319) 875-7325, fax 875-8716
Diocese, SU 12 noon
St. Anthony Church
417 N. Main St., Davenport, IA 52801
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 4 pm
Wisconsin (53000-54999)
St. Pius V Chapel
425 Grand Ave., Mukwonago, WI 53149
Fr. Joseph Dreher, (414) 363-4650, (537) 662-2130
NSSPX, SU 8 am (Low) & 10:30 (High), SA 9 am, Holydays
St. Stanislaus Church
524 W. Historic Mitchell St., Milwaukee, WI 53204
Presb. Oliver Meney, ICR, (414) 226-5490, www.ordoantiquus.org
Diocese, SU 8 & 10 am, M-F varies, SA 8 am
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
5202 W. Lisbon Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53210
No celebrant announced, (414) 445-4800
Independent, SU 9 & 11:30 am, M-SA 7 am et al.
St. Hugh of Lincoln Church
2401 S. 12th St., Milwaukee, WI 53215
Fr. Ercoli, (414) 645-1525, www.sainthugh.org
Independent, SU 9 am, Holydays, 1st F varies
St. Mary of Pine Bluff Church
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3673 County Highway P, Cross Plains, WI 53528, www.latinmassmadison.org
No celebrant announced, (608) 798-2111, fax 798-2112, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 7:30 pm
St. Norbert Church
8944 County Rd YRoxbury, WI 53583
Presbyter Miguel Galvez, (608) 643-6611
Diocese, SU 11 am
St. Therese Chapel
6039 Baltes Rd., Waunakee, WI 53597
Fr. Kenneth Dean, (608) 831-7565, 831-6359
NSSPX, SU 9 am, 1st SA 6 pm
St. Michael Chapel
1784 Chapelle Rue, De Pere, WI 54115
No celebrant announced, (920) 336-8852
NSSPX, SU 6:30 & 8:30 am, Holydays 4:30 & 7 pm, M-SA
Mass Site
Angelica Town Hall, N3285 County Road C, Pulaski, WI 54162
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 5:30 pm
St. Patrick Oratory
211 N. Maple Ave., Green Bay, WI 54303
Presb. Denis Buchholz, (920) 437-9660, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 & 10 am, Holydays 8 am & 6 pm, M/W-SA 8 am, TU 7 pm
St. Mary Oratory
408 Seymour St., Wausau, WI 54403, [email protected]
Presb. R. Schmitz & von Menshengen, ICR, (715) 842-9995,
Diocese, SU 8 & 9:30 am, M-TU/F-SA 8 am, W 7 am, TH 7 pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
Mountview Care Center, 2400 Marshall St., Wausau, WI 54401
No celebrant announced, (920) 538-0730, [email protected]
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Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 4 pm
Our Lady of Victory Church
N. 11190 17th Ave., Necedah, WI 54646
No celebrant announced, (608) 565-7551
NSSPX, SU 4 pm
St. Francis of Assisi Church
2001 S. Main St., Necedah, WI 54646
Presb. Hector Moreno, (608) 565-2488
Diocese, SU 11 am
Our Lady of Grace Church
Seneca, WI 54654
(320) 251-3461, www.cmri.org
CMRI, SU 9 am
Our Lady of the Angels
Radisson, WI 54867
Fr. Bernard, OFM, (262) 692-2913
Independent, no schedule announced
Minnesota (55000-56799)
St. Augustine Church
302 5th Ave. N., S. St. Paul, MN 55057
Presb. Raymond Zweber, (651) 451-1212
Diocese, SU 11:30 am (High alternate SU), Holydays/1st F
St. Mary Church
423 5th St. So., Stillwater, MN 55082
No celebrant announced, www.stmarystillwater.org
Diocese, 4th SU 12 noon
St. Agnes Church
548 Lafond Ave., St. Paul, MN 55103
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Presb. John Ubel, (651) 293-1710, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 10 am (High)
Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel
875 Manomin Ave., St. Paul, MN 55107
Fr. Brendan Dardis, (651) 224-5944
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am, SA 10 am, 1st F 7 pm, 1st SA 7:30 am
St. Anne Church
2445 County Rd. E., White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Fr. Thomas Mroczka, (651) 426-0084, www.sa-church.org
SSPV, SU 8 & 10 am, Holydays 7:30 am
All Saints Church
435 4th St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413
Presb. Peter Bauknecht & Simon Harkins, FSSP, (612) 379-4996
Diocese, no schedule announced
Mass Site
11782 Valley Creek Rd., Woodbury, MN 55129
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 11 am
Mass Site
6056 W. Broadway, New Hope, MN 55428
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. John the Evangelist Church
Rochester, MN 55901
No celebrant announed
Diocese, 1st SU 4 pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel
5820 Viola Rd. N.E., Rochester, MN 55902
No celebrant announced, (507) 282-4498, 287-6594
SSPV, 3rd SU 5 pm
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St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary Chapel
Dillwyn, VA 23936
Fr. Yves le Roux, (507) 454-8000, fax 454-8044, www.SSPXseminary.org
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am, M-SA 7:15 am
St. Boniface Chapel
Rt. 9 Box 120, Mankato, MN 56001
No celebrant announced, (507) 385-1120
SSPV, 2nd/4th SU 2 pm
Holy Family Chapel
10679 182nd St., Belle Plaine, MN 56011
Fr. Jorge Diaz, (952) 873-2582
NSSPX, SU 3 pm
St. Alphonsus Liguori Oratory
Main St. & White Ave., Alpha, MN 56111
Fr. Jerome Verdick, (507) 847-2939
Diocese, SU 8:15 am, M/W/TH/F 8:30 am, SA 8:15 am
Our Lady of Ransom Oratory
323 Ave. & 109 St., Guckeen, MN 56111
Fr. Jerome Verdick, (507) 847-2939
Independent, SU 10:45 am
Mass Site
8060 20th Ave., Benson, MN 56215
No celebrant announced, (303) 549-3047, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 2 pm
Holy Innocents School Chapel
5913 County Rd. 137, St. Cloud, MN 56301
No celebrant announced, (612) 253-6759 (& fax)
Independent, SU 9 am
St. Robert Bellarmine Church
430 8th Ave. S., St. Cloud, MN 56303
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Fr. Christopher Leith, (320) 255-0255, 573-2409
NSSPX, SU-M 8 am, 1st F 7 pm
Immaculate Conception Church
313 28th Ave. N., St. Cloud, MN 56303
Frs. Brendan Hughes & Nino Molina, (320) 251-3461, fax 251-6014
CMRI, SU 7 & 9:45 am, M-TH & SA 8 am, F 6 pm
Mass Site
22487 170th St., Long Prairie, MN 56347
No celebrant announced, (320) 732-8103
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7 am
Sacred Heart Church
Pine St., Flensburg, MN 56347
Presb. Arthur Hoppe, (320) 836-2954
Diocese, SU 10:30 am
Sacred Heart Novitiate
540 W. 8th St., Browerville, MN 56438
Fr. Michael Johnson, (320) 594-2944
NSSPX, SU 7:30 am, M-SA 7:15 am
St. John Vianney Chapel
Hwy. 71 at County Road 48, Round Prairie, MN 56438
No celebrant announced, (320) 732-4274
NSSPX, SU 7 & 9 am, M-SA 8 am
Chapel
Good Samaritan Home, 172 Summit Ave., W. Blackduck, MN 56630
No celebrant announced, (303) 549-3047, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 2 pm
Immaculate Heart Chapel
Rt. 1, Box 5A, Brooks, MN 56715
No celebrant announced, OSJ, (218) 698-4253
Independent, 3rd SU 10 am
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Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel
600 E. Roberts St., Crookston, MN 56716
Fr. Christopher Darby, (701) 775-6528
NSSPX, SU 2 pm
South Dakota (57000-56799)
Sacred Heart Chapel of St. Joseph Cathedral
521 N. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Presb. Martin Lawrence, (605) 336-7390, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 10:30 pm, Holydays 7:30 pm
Our Lady of the Snows Chapel
E. 4th St., Crookstown, SD 57106
Fr. Francis Gallagher, (605) 336-9720, 336-8940
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 8:15 am
Immaculate Conception Church (Old Cathedral)
522 Columbus Ave., Rapid City, SD 57707, [email protected]
Presb. Chris Hathaway, ICR, (605) 341-1578, fax 341-8751,
Diocese, SU 10 am, M-SA 8 am
Sts. Peter & Paul Mission
2108 Elk Vale Rd., Suite 4, Rapid City, SD 57701
Fr. Francis Gallagher, (605) 341-4476
NSSPX, 2nd SU 4:30 pm
North Dakota (58000-58899)
St. Mary Cathedral
604 Broadway, Fargo, ND 58102, www.cathedralofstmary.com
No celebrant announced, (701) 235-4289, fax 235-2986
Diocese, SU 2 pm
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St. Michael Church
210 5th Ave. N.W., Mandan, ND 58554
Fr. Francis Gallagher, (701) 667-2863
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 10 am
Spirit of Life Church
801 First St S.E., Mandan, ND 58554
Presb. William Ruelle, 701/663-1660, www.myspiritoflife.com
Diocese, F 5:30 pm
Guardian Angels Mission
HC 1 Box 32, Manning, ND 58630
Fr. Jorge Diaz, (701) 483-0395
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 2 pm
Montana (59000-59999)
St. Martin de Tours Church
2814 S. Pompey's Rd., Pompeys Pillar, MT 59064
Fr. Martin Skierka, (406) 875-2280, [email protected]
SSPV, 1st/3rd SU 4:30 pm, M-SA
Mass Site
Billings, MT 59101
No celebrant announced, (406) 967-2000
Independent, no schedule announced
St. James the Greater Mission
Great Falls, MT 59401
Fr. Benedict Hughes, (406) 453-7058, [email protected]
CMRI, SU monthly
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
2200 Smelter Ave., Black Eagle, MT 59414
Fr. Martin Skierka, (406) 452-9021, , www.ihm-church.org
SSPV, SU & Holydays 9 am, M-SA 10 am
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St. Theresa Mission
2200 Smelter Ave., Black Eagle, MT 59414
Fr. Martin Skierka, (406) 452-9021, www.ihm-church.org
SSPV, W 5:30 pm
Holy Cross Church
449 Hoback St., Helena, MT 59624
Fr. Martin Skierka, (406) 449-3701
SSPV, 2nd/4th SU/last SA 1 pm, 1st SA 9 am
St. Joseph Mission
58 Ruby Mountain Rd., Clancy, MT 59634
Fr. Benedict Hughes, (406) 457-0096, [email protected]
CMRI, SU monthly
Our Lady of Fatima Mission
Best Inn & Conf. Center, 3803 Brooks St., Missoula, MT 59801
Fr. Benedict Hughes, (208) 687-0290, [email protected]
CMRI, 4th SU 1 pm
Holy Shroud Church
204 Clyde St., Missoula, MT 59802
Fr. Martin Skierka, (406) 728-5886
SSPV, 2nd/4th/5th SU 5 pm
St. John the Baptist Church
16680 Main St., Frenchtown, MT 59834
Presb. Kevin Kristofferson, (406) 626-4492, fax 626-1970
Diocese, 1st SU 11 am
Our Lady of the Bitterroot Chapel
4th & B Sts., Victor, MT 59875
Fr. Dennis McDonald, (406) 777-1052, bskoell[email protected]
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 4 pm
Our Lady of Sorrows Mission
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Kalispel, MT 59901
Fr. Bernard Welp, (406) 755-7663
CMRI, 4th SU 4:30 pm
Immaculate Conception Chapel
Foys Canyon Rd., Kalispell, MT 59901
Fr. Patrick Crane, (406) 755-0050, 261-2199, 881-2000
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 9 am
Illinois (60000-62999)
St. Pius V Shrine
30 Miller Rd., Lake Zurich, IL 60047
Fr. Neville Monteiro, (847) 438-4909, www.stpiusvshrine.org
Independent, SU 8 & 10:30 am, Holydays 7:30 pm, M-SA varies
St. Peter Church
27551 Volo Village Rd. (W. Hwy. 120), Volo, IL 60073
Presb. Dennis Kolinski et al., (631) 514-4647, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12:15 pm, Holydays 8 am
St. Lambert Church
8148 N. Karlov Ave., Skokie, IL 60076
Presb. Richard Simon & Ronald Plomillo, (847) 673-5090, www.stlambert.org
Diocese, SU 1st SU 5 pm
St. Peter Church
2118 Main St., Spring Grove, IL 60081
Presb. Steven Lange, (815) 675-2288, www.stpetercatholicchurch.org
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel
205 Fulton St., Elgin, IL 60122, holyrosarychapel.vpweb.com
Fr. Ronald Brown, (847) 508-9513, fax 608-7931, [email protected]
Independent, SU 10 am, M-F 8 am, SA 9 am
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St. James Mission
2207 Russell Rd., Winthrop Harbor, IL 60096
Fr. Anton Trinh, (847) 529-8409, (830) 220-0810, [email protected]
Independent, occasionally 1st SU 9 am
Sts. Peter & Paul Church
5N939 Meredith Road, Virgil, IL 60151
Presb. Perfecto Vasquez, (630) 365-6618, www.ssppvirgil.com
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
St. John Vianney Church
46 N. Wolf Rd., Northlake, IL 60164
Presb. Thomas Refermat et al., (708) 562-0500, sjvianney.faithweb.com
Diocese, SU 10 am
Christ the King Shrine
27 W. 631 Beecher St., Winfield, IL 60190, ShrineofChristtheKing.org
Fr. Anthony Leonardo, (630) 690-3520&fax, [email protected]
Independent, SU 10 am, Holydays 7pm, TH 6:30 pm, 1st F 7:30 pm
Our Lady Immaculate Church
410 Washington Blvd., Oak Park, IL 60302
Fr. Michael Goldade (708) 524-2408, fax 524-0753
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am, SA 6 pm, 1st F 7:30 pm
St. Odilo Church
2244 East Ave., Berwyn, IL 60402
Presb. Anthony Brankin & Juan Carlos Gavancho, (708) 484-2161
Diocese, SU 1 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Chapel
1445 128th St., Lemont, IL 60439
Fr. David Hewko, (630) 257-1995, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10 am
Holy Angels Church
180 S. Russell Ave., Aurora, IL 60506, www.holy-angels.org
Presb. Martin Heinz, (630) 897-1194, fax 897-1370, [email protected]
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Diocese, SU 8 am
Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel
439 Thoria Ct., Batavia, IL 60510
(630) 879-2117
Independent, no schedule announced
Sts. Peter & Paul
36 N. Ellsworth St., Naperville, IL 60540
Presb. Thomas Milota, (630) 718-2108, www.sspeterandpaul.net
Diocese, SU 5:30 pm
St. Mary of Perpetual Help Church
1039 W. 32nd St., Chicago, IL 60608
Presb. Donald Craig, (773) 927-6646, www.stmaryofperpetualhelp.com
Diocese, SU 8:30 am
St. Gabriel Church
45th St. & Lowe Ave., Chicago, IL 60609
Presb. James Merold & Richard Creagh, (773) 268-9595, www.saint.gabes.com
Diocese, W 6:30 pm
St. John Cantius Church
825 N. Carpenter St., Chicago, IL 60622
Presb. Frank Phillips, (312) 243-7373, fax 243-4545, www.cantius.org
Diocese, SU 7:30 & 12:30 pm, Holydays vary
Mass Site
1445 128th St., Chicago, IL 60628
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9:30 am
Shrine of Christ the King (formerly St. Gelasius/St. Clare Chapel)
6415 S. Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, IL 60637
Frs. M. Schmitz & Talarico, ICR, (773) 363-7409, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 am & 10 am (High), M,W-SA 8 am, TU 6:30 pm
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St. Daniel the Prophet
5300 S. Natoma Ave., Chicago, IL 60638
Presb. John Noga, (773) 586-1223, www.stdan.net
Diocese, 2nd SU 5 pm
Sacred Heart Mission
American Legion Hall, Chicago, IL 60654
No celebrant announced, (708) 425-4351
SSPV, 2nd/sometimes 5th SU
St. Thomas More Church
2825 W 81st St., Chicago, IL 60652, www.stthomasmoreparish.com
Presb. Charles Fanelli, (773) 436-4444, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12 noon, Holydays 12:10 pm, SA 7:30 am
St. Joseph Chapel
1005 14th Ave., Rock Falls, IL 61071
Fr. Frank Slupski (815) 589-4324
Independent, SU 10 am
St. Mary Oratory
517 Elm St., Rockford, IL 61102
Presb. Brian Bovee, ICR, (815) 965-5971, fax 965-6029
Diocese, SU 7 & 9 am, M-F 6:45 am & 12:05 pm, SA 8 am
Regina Caeli Mass Site
2030 S. 5th St., Rockford, IL 61104, www.ReginaCaeliRockford.com
No celebrant announced, (815) 414-6323
Independent, SU 9 am
St. Valentine Church
1109 Pulaski St., Peru, IL 61354
Presb. William Gardner, (815) 223-0315, IVCatholicTradition.org
Diocese, SU 12 noon
St. Mary Church
1319 Sixth St., Peru, IL 61354
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Presb. William Gardner, (815) 223-0315, IVCatholicTradition.org
Diocese, M 5:30 pm
Mass Site
Eagle Summit Community Church, 204 Spring St., Colona, IL 61231
Bp. Frank Slupski, (309) 799-8442
Independent (Traditional Benedictine), SU 10:30 am
St. Mary of the Woods Church
407 Walnut St., Princeville, IL 61559
Presb. Richard Soseman, (309) 385-4370, www.princeville.org/stmary
Diocese, SU 7:15 am
St. John the Baptist Church
110 E. Ash St., Fairbury, IL 61739
Presb. Scott Archer, (815) 692-2555, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 11 am
St. Isidore Mission
317 W. Cedar St., Saybrook, IL 61770
Fr. Charles McGuire, (309) 475-2200
Independent, 3rd/4th SU 11 am
Notre Dame de La Salette
5065 Olivet Rd., Georgetown, IL 61846
Fr. Michael McMahon, (217) 662-2172
NSSPX, most SU 9:30 am
Holy Family Church
116 Church St., Cahokia, IL 62206
Presb. Martin O'Keefe, SJ, (314) 633-4400, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9 am (2nd/4th SU Cantata)
St. Rose of Lima Church
1009 N. 8th St., Quincy, IL 62301, www.strosequincy.org
Presb. Arnaud Devillers & Robert Fromageot, FSSP, (217) 222-2511
Diocese, many SU 8 (Low) & 11 (High), M-SA 12:10
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St. Katharine Drexel Church
722 S. 12th St., Springfield, IL 62703
Presb. Isaacson, Thelander & Mann, (217) 744-0578
Diocese, 3rd SU 11 am, no schedule announced
Missouri (63000-65899)
St. Peter's Chains Mission
Comfort Inn, 3610 W. Outer Rd., Arnold, MO 63010
No celebrant announced, 314-428-9086
SSPV, 1st/3rd SU 8:30 am
St. Mary of the Assumption Church
1126 Dolman St., St. Louis, MO 63104, qhra.org
Frs. Frank Kurtz, Scott Gardner & Christopher Pieroni, (314) 436-4544
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10:00 am, M-SA varies
St. Cecilia Chapel
5418 Louisiana Ave., St. Louis, MO 63111
No celebrant announced, (314) 351-1318, www.stceciliaparishstl.org
Diocese, M 6:30 am
Little Flower of St. Therese Church
1264 Arch Terr., Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Presb. James Rodis, (314) 645-1445, www.little-flower-parish.org
Diocese, SU 9:15 am
St. Francis de Sales Oratory
2653 Ohio Ave., St. Louis, MO 63118, www.institute-christ-king.org/stlouis
Presb. Weiner, Avis & Ueda, ICR, (314) 771-3100, fax 771-3295
Diocese, SU 8 (Low) & 10 am (High), Holydays, M-SA varies
Sts. Gregory the Great & St. Augustine of Canterbury Oratory
530 S. Mason, Creve Coeur, MO 63141, www.benedictineoratory.org
Presb. Bede Price & Ambrose Bennet, OSB, (800) 638-1527, (314) 434-2557
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Diocese, SU 7:30, 9 & 11:00 am, M-SA 7:30 am
St. Barnabas Church
1400 N. Main St, O'Fallon MO 63366
Presb. Raymond Hager, (636) 240-4556, www.stbarnabasofallon.org
Diocese, SU 10 am
Old St. Patrick Oratory
806 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64106
Presb. William Avis, ICR, (816) 931 5612, [email protected]
Diocese 8 am & 10:15 am (High)
St. Vincent de Paul Church
3106 Flora Ave., Kansas City, MO 64109
Fr. Jean Violette, (816) 923-6411
NSSPX, SU 8 & 10:30 am, M-SA varies, 1st 8 am & 7 pm
St. Joseph's Chapel
519 Milwaukee St., Birmingham, MO 64161
No celebrant announced, (816) 807-0607
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. Mary Magdalene Chapel
1200 N. Clark, Mexico, MO 65265
Fr. Crane, (573) 581-7545
NSSPX, SU 4 pm
Mass Site
Fair Play, MO 65649
Presb. A. Van der Putten, FSSP, (785) 256-4727, [email protected]
Diocese, no schedule announced
St. Gregory the Great Mission
Springfield, MO 65802
No celebrant announced, (417) 869-7494
CMRI, SU monthly
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Queen of All Saints Chapel
1116 N. Jefferson Ave. Springfield, MO 65802
Fr. Dean, (417) 862-0994, 866-2353
NSSPX, SU 5 pm
St. Agnes Cathedral
533 S. Jefferson Ave., Springfield, MO 65806, saintagnescathedral.org
Presb. Jeffrey Fasching, (417) 831-3565
Diocese, SU 2:30 pm, TU-F 12:30 pm
Kansas (66000-67999)
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Church
5035 Rainbow Blvd., Westwood, KS 66205, kclatinmass.com
Presb. John Fongemie & Justin Nolan, FSSP, (913) 236-0005
Diocese, SU 7 & 9 (Low) & 11:30 (High), M-SA varies
Mass Site
29800 Low Water Rd., Alma, KS 66401
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7:30 am
St. Mary's Mission
412 Nora Avenue, Delia, KS 66418
No celebrant announced, (816) 510-1018, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. John Vianney Church
14631 Waterman Crossing Rd., Maple Hill, KS 66507
Presb. A. Van der Putten, FSSP, (785) 256-4727, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 & 10 am, M- SA 8 am
Mass Site
Potawatomi Community Bldg., 806 Nishnabe Trail, Rossville, KS 66533
No celebrant announced
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Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7:30 am
St. Mary Academy & College Assumption Chapel
200 E. Mission St., St. Marys, KS 66536
Fr. John Fullerton, (785) 437-2471, www.smac.edu
NSSPX, SU 6, 7:30, 9 (High), 11, 12:15, M-F 6 & 7:30 am, SA 7:30 & 9 am
Sacred Heart Chapel
Topeka, KS 66603
Bp. Mark Pivarunis, (402) 571-4404, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 6 pm monthly
St. Joseph Church
227 Van Buren St., Topeka, KS 66603
Presb. Michael Irwin, FSSP, (785) 256-4727, fax 256-4115
Diocese, SU 11 am
St. Anthony Church
256 N. Ohio Ave., Wichita, KS 67202
Presb. Crary, (316) 269-4641
Diocese, SU & Holydays 8 am
Mary Immaculate Church
1704 S. Sante Fe, Wichita, KS 67211
Fr. James Pazat, (316) 269-2383, 265-3027
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 3 pm
Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel
1626 S. Broadway, Wichita, KS 67211
Fr William Rauh, SVM (316) 409-1445
Independent, SU 8 & 10 am, M/TU/W/TH/F/SA 7:15 am
St. Francis Xavier Church
504 Main St., Seward, KS 67576
Presb. Rene Guesnier, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 11 am, SA 8:30 am
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St. Philomena Chapel
Gorham, KS 67640
No celebrant announced, (402) 571-4404, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 4 pm monthly
Nebraska (68000-69399)
Immaculate Conception Church
2708 S. 24th St., Omaha, NE 68108
Presb. John Brancich & Terrance Gordon, FSSP, (402) 342-1074
Diocese, SU 7 (Low) & 10 (High), M-SA 7 am et al.
Mary Immaculate Church
7745 Military Ave., Omaha, NE 68134
Bp. Mark Pivarunas, (402) 571-4404, fax 571-3383, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 8 & 10 am
St. Francis of Assisi Church
1145 South St., Lincoln, NE 68502
Frs. C. Hathaway & C. Rippenger, FSSP, (402) 477-5145, fax 477-5159
Diocese, SU 8 & 10:30 am (High), M-F 7:15 am & 5:15 pm, SA 8 & 9 am
St. Theresa Church
Hwy. 281, O'Neill, NE 68763
No celebrant announced, (402) 336-4703
CMRI, SU 6 pm
Mass Site
Elba, NE 68835
No celebrant announced, (308) 863-2149
CMRI, SU occasionally
Louisiana (70000-71499)
Our Lady of Grace Church
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2552 Kentucky Ave., Kenner, LA 70062
Fr. Morel, (504) 466-2117
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7:30 & 9:30 am, 1st F/SA
Our Lady of LaSalette Priory
1775 N. Columbia St. #2880, Covington, LA 70434
Fr. M. Pierre, SBbS
Independent, SU-SA
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
28088 Main St., Lacombe, LA 70445
Presb. Kyle Dave, (985) 882-5229, fax 882-9034
Diocese, SU 12 noon
Christ the King Church
510 N.W. Evangeline Thwy., Lafayette, LA 70501
Fr. Francis Miller, OFM, (337) 261-1225, cajuncatholic.com
Independent, SU 9 am, TU/TH/F 7:30 am, W 12 noon, SA 8 am
Our Lady of Fatima Mission
Cornerstone Village, 308 Sidney Martin Rd., Lafayette, LA 70507
Frs. Bernard & Joseph, OFM, (414) 445-4800, (318) 237-3040
Independent, 3rd SU 9 am
St. Peter Church
102 N. Church St., Carencro, LA 70520
No celebrant announced, (337) 896-9408, [email protected], sprcc.org
Diocese, SU 1 pm
St. Philomena Chapel
Holy Ghost Friary, 314 Vincent Rd., Morse, LA 70559
Fr. George McLaughlin, CSSp, (337) 785-0303, [email protected]
Independent, SU 7:30 & 10 am, TU-SA 7:30 am
Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel
1184 Hwy. 178, Opelousas, LA 70570
Bp. Daniel Dolan, (337) 543-2215
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Independent, SU 9 am bimonthly
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
935 Bilbo St., Lake Charles, LA 70602
Presb. Ronald Vaughn, Rommel Tolentine & Nathan Long, (337) 436-7251
Diocese, SU 2 pm (5 pm DST), Holydays
Our Lady of the Assumption Chapel Chapel
6470 Gulf Beach Hwy., Cameron, LA 70631
No celebrant announced, (337) 762-3365
Diocese, 1st SA 8:30 am
St. Peter the Apostle Church
1210 Main St., Hackberry, LA 70645
Presb. Rommel Tolentino, (337) 762-3365
Diocese, SU 7 am, M 6 pm
St. Agnes Church
749 East Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70802, www.diobr.org
No celebrant announced, (225) 383-4127, fax 383-4154, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 9:30 am
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel
3475 N. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70814
Fr. Morel, (225) 272-0289
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 8 am, 1st F 6 & 10 am, SA
Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament Priory
750 Florida St. #706, Baton Rouge, LA 70821, www.sbbs.org
Fr. M. Eugene, (225) 343-7227, 343-7953
Independent, SU-SA
St. Patrick Church
601 Florida Ave., Ferriday, LA 71334
Presb. Louis Sklar, (318) 757-3834
Diocese, SU 1 PM
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Arkansas (71600-72899)
Queen of the Miraculous Medal Mission
201 S.W. 3rd St., Bryant, AR 72022
Fr. Gregory Post, (501) 753-6601
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 4:30 pm
St. Francis of Assisi Chapel
Evening Shade, AR 72532
Fr. Gregory Drahman, (870) 368-5620
CMRI, SU monthly
Oklahoma (73000-74999)
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Chapel
Edmond, OK 73003
Fr. Gregory Draham, (405) 340-3173
CMRI, SU 9 am
St. Michael Chapel
4703 N. McMillan Cir., Bethany, OK 73008
Presb. Howard Renski, FSSP, (405) 440-9168, fax 782-0767
Diocese, SU 9, 11 am & 5 pm, M-F 7 am, SA 8:30 pm
St. John Fisher Chapel
4225 W. 5th St., Tulsa, OK 74127
No celebrant announced, (918) 342-3548
NSSPX, 1st/3rd/5th SU 5:30 pm
Our Lady of the Annunciation Monastery of Clear Creek
5804 W. Monastery Rd., Hulbert, OK 74441, www.clearcreekmonks.org
No celebant announced, (918) 772-2454, fax 772-1044
Diocese, SU 7 & 10 am (High)
St. Augustine Church - St. Peter Church
1720 E. Apache, Tulsa, OK 74110
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Presb. Peter Byrne, FSSP, (918) 425-0486, fax 425-2077, fax 425-2077
Diocese, SU 8:45 am & 1 pm, M-TH 12 noon, F 6 & 7 pm, SA 8 am
Texas (75000-79999)
Mater Dei Church (also at Discalced Carmelite Monastery & Rose Clinic)
2030 E. Highway 356, Irving, TX 75060, materdeiparish.com
Presb. Thomas Longua & Phil Wolfe, FSSP, (972) 438-7600, fax 438-1055
Diocese, SU 7:30, 9 (High) & 11:30, M-SA varies
St. Thomas Aquinas Church
6303 Kenwood Ave., Dallas, TX 75214, www.stthomasaquinas.org
Presb. Libone, FSSP, (214) 821-3360
Diocese, SU 7:30, 9, 11 am, 12:45, 5, 7:30 pm, M-SA varies
Oratory of the Immaculata
7715 Longbow Ln., Arlington, TX 76002, www.oratoryoftheimmaculata.org
Fr. A. Marie, OSB, SSCR, (817) 264-7541,[email protected]
Independent, SU & Holydays 9 am, M-F 6 am, SA 8 am
St. Mary of the Assumption Church
509 Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104, www.stmarysftw.catholicweb.com
Presb. Thomas Longua, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 5:30 pm (2nd/4th Cantata)
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
3900 Scruggs Dr., N. Richland Hills, TX 76180
Fr. Bourmaud, (817) 284-4809, 268-3307
NSSPX, SU 12 noon, 1st F 7 pm
Chapel of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows
34 W. Hillside Place, Trophy Club, TX 76262, ntmcmission.blogspot.com
No celebrant announced, (619) 600-2266, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10:30 am
Our Lady of Fatima Church
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209 Peach St., Sanger, TX 76266
Fr. Bourmaud, (940) 458-7344, (972) 420-6604
NSSPX, SU 8 am, 1st SA 5 pm
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Sacred Heart Chapel
303 Hunter John Dr., Copperas Cove, TX 76522
Fr. Anton Trinh, (682) 201-8146
Independent, 1st/3rd/5th SU 10 am, Holydays 5 pm
San Sabba Mission
Rollins Brook Hospital, 608 N. Key Ave., Rm. 5, Lampassas, TX 76550
Fr. Anton Trinh, (682) 201-8146
Independent, 2nd SU 10 am (occasionally)
St. Louis Church
2001 N. 25th St., Waco, TX 76708
Presb. John Guzaldo, (254) 754-1221, www.stlouiswaco.com
Diocese, SU 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 am, 5:00 pm
Annunciation Church
1618 Texas St., Houston, TX 77003, (713) 222-2289, annunciationcc.org
Presb. James Golasinski, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 am (Cantata), TU-TH 12:10 pm
St. Michael the Archangel Chapel
24001 Aldine Westfield Rd., Spring, TX 77373
Fr. Simonot, (281) 376-5845
NSSPX, SU 4 pm, 1st SA 9 pm
St. Jude Shrine
3101 N. Main, Stafford, TX 77477
Fr. Campbell, (832) 512-9993(281) 499-1813
Independent, SU, M, W, F 10 am, 1st F 7:30 pm, 1st SA 10 am
Queen of Angels Church
4100 Hwy. 3, Dickinson, TX 77539
Fr. Frank Kurtz, (281) 337-2508
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NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am, M-F 7:30 am, M 11:15 am, SA 8 am
Our Lady of Lourdes Church
1600 N. Main, Vidor, TX 77662
Presb. Paul Sumler, (409) 769-2865, fax 769-2864
Diocese, SU 10 am
Mission
367 Stagecoach Hill Dr., Seguin, TX 78155, www.StDominicsChapel.com
Fr. Garcia, (830) 420-2364, [email protected]
NSSPX, 2nd SU 4 pm
St. Pius X Church
3303 Urban Crest Dr., San Antonio, TX 78209
No celebrant announced, (210) 824-0139, www.stpiusxsa.org
Diocese, SU 12:10, SA 8 am, 1st F 8 am
Mass Site
346 Lake View Dr., Lakehills, TX 78063
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 6 pm
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Mission Adoration Chapel
Holiday Inn, 5549 Leopard St., Corpus Christi, TX 78408
Fr. Stephen Zigrang, (361) 854-8176
NSSPX, 3rd SU 4:30 pm
St. Jude Thaddeus Church
505 S Ironwood, Pharr, TX 78577, stjudethaddeus.net
No celebrant announced, (956) 781-2480
Diocese, SU 8 am
St. Francis of Assisi Mission
Wyndham Garden Hotel, 3401 S. I-35 Hwy., Austin, TX 78741
No celebrant announced, (512) 439-9702, 439-9703
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 4 pm
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Corpus Christi Church
1114 30th St., Lubbock, TX 79411
Fr. Joseph Noonan, OFM, (806) 744-6363, [email protected]
Independent, 1st/2nd/4th/5th SU 9 am, usually M-F 6:30 am
Ven.Maria de Agreda Mission
El Paso, Texas 79901
Frs. Joseph Pfeiffer & David Hewko, (915) 867-6946, 740-0893
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Jesus & Mary Roman Chapel
1400 W. Yandell Dr., El Paso, TX 79902
Fr. Jorge Diaz, (915) 544-7385
NSSPX, SU 8 & 10 am, M-F 7:15 am, SA 8 am
Colorado (80000-81699)
Our Lady of Victory Chapel
2566 Sable Blvd., Aurora, CO 80011
Fr. Eugene Berry, (303) 364-8040, www.olvrc.com
Independent, SU 8 & 10 am, Holydays 8 am & 7:00 pm
Mass Site
Colorado Miners Community Center, 4809 Race St., Denver, CO 80012
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9:30 am
Our Lady of the Snow Church
4101 Lamar St., Wheatridge, CO 80033
Fr. Gabriel Lavery, (303) 425-7051, www.ourladyofthesnow.net
CMRI, SU 8 am, TH/SA 8 am, 1st F 6:30 pm
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
353 S. Split Rock Rd., Bennett, CO 80102
No celebrant announced, (303) 478-1011, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 7 pm
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Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
5612 S. Hickory St., Littleton, CO 80120, www.archden.org/parishes
Presb. James Jackson, FSSP, (860) 703-8538, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 7:30, 9 & 11 am (High), M-SA 7 & 8:30 am
St. Isidore the Farmer Church
32100 E. Colfax Service Rd., Watkins, CO 80137, www.saintisidore.org
Fr. Dennis McDonald, (303) 344-9300, [email protected]
NSSPX, SA/SU 9 am, M-F varies
John XXIII University Chapel
1220 University Ave., Fort Collins, CO 80521
Presb. David Nix, (970) 484-3356, www.john23.com
Diocese, SU 12 noon
Annunciation Chapel
290 E. County Rd. 56, Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 484-4868
NSSPX, SU 2 pm
Immaculate Conception Church
228 11th St., Burlington, CO 80807
No celebrant announced, (719) 346-0379
CMRI, SU 6 pm
Mary Help of Christians Church
500 Columbine St., Fountain, CO 80817
No celebrant announced, (719) 205-1434, www.maryhelpofchristians.net
CMRI, SU 1 pm
St. Cyril of Alexandra Chapel
Le Clarion Hotel, 314 West Bijou St., Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Fr. Eugene Berry, (303) 364-8040, (719) 471-8680, www.olvrc.com
Independent, SU 4 pm (2 per month)
Servants of the Holy Family Chapel
8528 Kenosha Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80908
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Fr. Anthony Ward, (719) 884-0029, [email protected], www.servi.org
Independent (Discalced Carmelite), SU 8 am, M/TU/W/F/SA varies
Immaculate Conception Church
626 Aspen Dr., Security, CO 80911
Presb. Thomas Fritschen, FSSP, (719) 382-0121
Diocese, SU 9 am, Holydays 6:30 pm & 8 am, M-F varies
St. Philomena Mission
Trinidad, CO 81074
No celebrant announced, (719) 576-3842
CMRI, SU monthly
Our Lady of the Rosary
8648 Highway 172, Ignacio, CO 81137
No celebrant announced, (970) 884-9026
Independent, 2nd SA 9 am
Mass Site
13644 Road 18, Cortez, CO 81321
No celebrant announced, (303) 909-6699, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. Joseph Church
59350 Carnation Rd., Olathe, CO 81425
Fr. Louis Jurado, (970) 323-0243, fax 323-8600
CMRI, SU 8 & 10 am
St. John Vianney Chapel
3424 Kerns Dr., Clifton, CO 81520
No celebrant announced, (970) 434-2213
CMRI, SU twice per month
Wyoming (82000-83199)
Chapel
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163 Leedy Dr., Lander, WY 82520
No celebrant announced, (307) 332-4803
Diocese, SU 5 pm
Idaho (83200-83899)
Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel
221 W. Elm St., New Plymouth, ID 83655
(208) 888-9631
NSSPX, SU 6 pm
St. Joan of Arc Chapel
723 N. 11th Street. Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Fr. Chad Ripperger, FSSP, (208) 660-6036, www.joan-arc.org
Diocese, SU 8, 9:30 & 11:30 am, M-SA 8 am
Our Lady of Good Success Chapel
The American Legion, 1138 E Poleline, Post Falls, ID 83854
No celebrant announced, (208) 437-1289, winters.b[email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 5 pm
St. Dominic School Chapel
5450 W. Riverview Dr., Post Falls, ID 83854
Fr. Morgan, (208) 773-2231
Independent, no schedule announced
Immaculate Conception Church
495 Lincoln St., Post Falls, ID 83854
Frs. Patrick Crane, (208) 773-7442, fax 773-8070
NSSPX, SU 7, 8:30 & 10 am (High), M-SA varies
Our Lady of Good Success Mission
Templins Resort & Conference Center, 414 E. 1st Ave., Post Falls, ID 83854
Fr. Richard Voigt, (303) 549-3047, [email protected]
Independent, occasionally SU 8 am, F 7 pm, SA 8 am
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Mary Immaculate Queen Church
15384 N. Church Rd., Rathdrum, ID 83858
Frs. Hughes & Short, (208) 687-0290, fax 687-3362, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 7 & 9 am
Mass Site
Golden Spike Clubhouse., Rathdrum, ID 83858
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 8 & 10:30 am
St. Joseph Mission
HC-04, Box 126, St. Maries, ID 83877
Fr. Leo Boyle, (208) 245 4671
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 4 pm
Utah (84000-84799)
Our Lady of Fatima Mission
Crystal Inn, 2254 City Center Ct., W. Valley City, UT 84119
(801) 596-0707, 779-1777
NSSPX, 2nd/4th/5th SU 5:15 pm
Arizona (85000-86599)
Mater Misericordiae Mission
1537 West Monroe St., Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Presb. Joseph Terra, FSSP, 602/253-6090, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 7, 9, 11 (Cantata) am, M-SA varies
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
750 E. Baseline Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85040
Frs. M. Stafki, Robinson, Crane, Hufford, Scott, (602) 268-7673, fax 276-9609
NSSPX, SU 7 & 10 am, M 11:15 am, TU-F 7:15 am, 1st F 6:30 am, SA 8 am
Mass Site
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LSCA, 3117 N. 16th St., Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85016
No celebrant announced, (602) 469-4469
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9 am
Our Lady of Quito Church
9009 S. 18th St., Phoenix, AZ 85040
Fr. Terence Finnegan, (602) 268-7311
Independent, SU 8:30 am & 7 pm, M-SA varies
Queen of the Holy Rosary Church
2533 W. Myrtle, Phoenix, AZ 85051, www.olmcc.org
Fr. Ephrem Cordova, (602) 244-8765, fax 267-0813, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 9 am, TU-SA 11:15 am
All Saints Church
1534 N. Necker Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205
Presb. Kenneth Fryar, FSSP, (480) 985-7655, fax 396-0837
Diocese, 1st SU 6:30 am
St. Anthony Chapel
Embassy Suites, 4400 S. Rural Rd., Tempe, AZ 85282
No celebrant announced, (602) 469-4469
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 4:30 pm
Our Lady of the Sun Church
12546 W. Peoria Ave., El Mirage, AZ 85335, www.ourladyofthesun.com
Bp. Sanborn, Frs. Joseph Selway & Federico Palma, (623) 974-4133
Independent, SU & SA 9 am, M-F 8 am
Infant of Prague Mission
2099 E. River Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704
Fr. Ephrem Cordova, (520) 571-9173, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 5 pm
St. Gianna Oratory of Holy Family Church
338 W. University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85705, www.saintgianna.net
Presb. William Avis, ICR, (520) 883-4360, fax 578-6076
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Diocese, SU 8:30 & 10 am, M/TU/W/F/SA 8 am, TH 7 pm
St. Philomena Mission
Snowflake, AZ 85937
No celebrant announced, (928) 536-2915
CMRI, every other month
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel
16 W. Cherry Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Presb. Kenneth Fryar
Diocese, 2nd SU 8 am
Mission Santa Maria
12028 E. Turquoise Cir, Dewey, AZ 86327
Fr. Mark Stafki et al., (928) 899-1241
NSSPX, SU 3 pm
St. Cecilia Mission
850 Main St., Clarkdale, AZ 86324
Presb. Kenneth Fryar, FSSP, (928) 639-0511
Diocese, SU 9 am, M-SA 8 am
St. Margaret Mary Church
1691 N. Oatman Rd., Bullhead City, AZ 86442
Presb. Peter Dobrowski, (928) 758-7117
Diocese, 2nd SU 3 pm (except June and July)
New Mexico (87000-88499)
San Miguel Mission
401 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe NM 87501
No celebrant announced, (505) 470-9889
Diocese, SU 2 pm
St. Gertrude the Great
Albuquerque, NM 87101
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Fr. Lawrence Palma, (352) 238-3982, www.latinmassnewmexico.com
Independent, monthly
San Ignacio Church
1300 Walter St. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Presb. Carlos Gonzales, (505) 243-4287
Diocese, SU 12 noon
Sts. Peter and Paul Church
5800 Ouray Rd. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120
Fr. Ronald Bibeau, (505) 833-2051, 994-0483
NSSPX, SU 8:30 am, AM, M-SA 7:30 am, 1st F 6 pm
Our Lady of Sorrows Mission
Farmington, NM 87401
Fr. Julian Gilchrist, (970) 323-5057
CMRI, 2nd SU
Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery
142 Joseph Blaine Rd., Silver City, NM 88061
Fr. Cyprian, OSB, (505) 388-9279, [email protected]
NSSPX (Benedictine), SU 7:30 & 9:30 am, M-SA 6 & 9:30 am
Mass Site
247 Stone Ranch Rd., Portales, NM 88130
No celebrant announced, (575) 309-9652, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), 2nd SU
Nevada (88900-89899)
St. Rose Hospital Chapel
Henderson, NV 89011
No celebrant announced
Diocese, 1st SU 2 pm
St. Joseph Church
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Fr. Courtney Krier, (702) 384-1223, 596-5041
Independent, SU 8 & 10 am, 12 noon, 7 pm, Holydays, M-SA 8 am
Our Lady of Victory Church
1575 E. Windmill Ln., Las Vegas, NV 89123
No celebrant announced, (702) 361-5605
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church
1460 W. Antelope St., Silver Springs, NV 89429
Fr. Matthew Howard, (775) 450-3799, [email protected]
Independent, 2nd/4th SU 9 am
St. Thomas Chapel
Funeral Home, 833 N. Edmonds Dr, Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 887-9145
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 3:30 pm
Holy Spirit Mission - St. Rose Church
695 Hwy. 395 N., Washoe Valley, NV 89704
Presb. Cyril Apassa, (775) 851-1874, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8:30 am, Holydays & 1st F 6:30 pm, 1st SA 9 am
Mass Site
Carlin Inn, Rm. 211, 1018 Fir St., Carlin, NV 89822
No celebrant announced, (775) 754-6110
Independent (Traditional Resistance), M 4 pm
California (90000-96699)
St. Michael the Archangel Mission
St. Isidore Historic Plaza, 10961 Reagan St., Los Alamitos, CA 90720
Bp. Thomas Sebastian, SSCR, (818) 786-2540, [email protected]
Independent, 2nd SU
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Maria Stella Maris Mission
3600 Gaffey St., Angel's Gate Park, San Pedro, CA 90731
Fr. Brian Hawker, (310) 548-4706
NSSPX, SU 8 am
Sts. Peter & Paul Church
515 W. Opp St., Wilmington, CA 90744
No celebrant announced, (310) 834-5215
Diocese, 1st/2nd/4th/5th SU 6:30 am, 3rd SU 9 (High)
Our Lady of the Angels Church
1100 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia, CA 91006
Fr. Brian Hawker, David Nichols & Chas. Ward, (626) 447-1752
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am
Holy Family Church
30188 Mulholland Hwy., Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Fr. Ray Steichen, SDB, (760) 247-0057
Independent (1962 Vatican II rite), SU-SA 9 am
Queen of Angels Church
24244 Newhall, Santa Clarita, CA 91322, queenofangelscatholicchurch.org
Fr. Dominic Radecki, (661) 255-9849, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 8, 11 am & 5 pm, M 8:30 am, TU-SA 8 am
St. Patrick Mission
Northridge Womans Club, 18401 Lassen St., Northridge, CA 91325
Frs. Perez et al., (714) 635-0510, [email protected], www.olhc.us
Independent, SU 9:30 am
St. Catherine of Siena
18115 Sherman Way, Reseda, CA 91335
No celebrant announced, (818) 343-2110
Diocese, 2nd SU 7 pm
St. Francis of Assisi Oratory Chapel
16826 Saticoy St., Van Nuys, CA 91406, www.stfrancisoratory.org
Bp. Thomas Sebastian, SSCR, (818) 786-2540, [email protected]
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Independent, SU 10 am, TU-SA 8 am, 1st F 7 pm
San Secondo d'Asti
250 N. Turner Ave., Ontario, CA 91761
Presb. Paul Schmidt, (909) 390-0011, www.sansecondodasti.org
Diocese, SU 10:30 am, SA 6:30 am
Sacred Heart of Jesus Mission
19850 E. Colima Rd., Walnut, CA 91789
No celebrant announced, (909) 861-6628, www.sttheresechurchalhambra.org
Independent, SU 9:45 am, Holydays 7 pm, M-SA varies
St. Therese of Lisieux Church
1100 E. Alhambra Rd., Alhambra, CA 91801
Presb. Robert Bishop, (626) 282-2744, www.sts-alh.org
Diocese, SU 1 PM (High)
Regina Coeli Confraternity Chapel
4225 Sunnyhill Drive, Carlsbad, CA 92008
No celebrant announced, (760) 729-4822
Independent, SU 6 pm, M 7 pm
St. Mary Church
1160 S. Broadway, Escondido, CA 92025, www.stmaryescondido.com
Presb. Rich Perozich, (760) 745-1611, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 3:30 pm
St. Margaret of Scotland Church
4300 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside, CA 92056
Presb. Cavana Wallace, (760) 941-5560, oceanside4christ.com
Diocese, SU 6 pm
Regina Coeli Confraternity Chapel
Villa Vista Mobile Estates #66, 2970 S. Santa Fe Ave, San Marcos, CA 92069
No schedule announced, (760) 729-4822
Independent, no schedule announced
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Our Lady of Fatima Church
NTC Chapel at Liberty Station, 2881 Roosevelt Road, San Diego, CA 92106
Fr Gerald McKee, (619) 244-8766, (616) 558-5381, www.fatimaparish.org
CMRI, SU 9 am
Mass Site
4514 Max Drive, San Diego, CA 92115
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 8 am
St. John Bosco Mission
Liberty Station North Chapel, 2881 Roosevelt Rd., San Diego, CA 92106
No celebrant announced, (858) 433-0353, facebook.com/stjohnboscomission
NSSPX, SU 4 pm
St. Anne Church
2337 Irving Ave., San Diego, CA 92113, www.stannes-sandiego.org
Presb. Gismondi et al., FSSP, (619) 239-8253, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 7:30, 9, 11:05 am, 12:30, 6 pm, M-SA varies
Sacred Heart Church
43775 Deep Canyon Rd., Palm Desert, CA 92260, sacredheartpalmdesert.com
Fr. Donald Craig, (760) 346-6502, 773-4873 fax
Diocese, SU 2:30 pm
Our Lady of the Desert Mission
Ingleside Lodge, 55747 Mt. View Trail, Yucca Valley, CA 92284
No celebrant ann'd., (760) 228-1180, [email protected]
Independent, most SU
Sacred Heart Church
Apple Valley CA 92307
Fr. Raymond Steichen, SDB, (760) 247-0057
Independent (1962 Vatican II rite), SU 7:30 & 9 am
St. Joseph and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
1090 W. Laurel St., Colton, CA 92324
Frs. Mark Stafki & David Gillilan, (909) 824-0323
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NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 10 am
Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel
16010 Boyle Ave., Fontana, CA 92337, ourladyoflourdescmri.blogspot.com
Fr. Gerard McKee, (909) 829-0997, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 2 pm
St. Joseph Mission
Needles, CA 92363
Fr. Courtney Krier, (702) 384-1223, 596-5041, [email protected]
Independent, SU 4 pm
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
66011 Cambria Rd., Phelan, CA 92371
Fr. David Nichols, (760) 868-1128
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 3 pm
St. Thomas More Church
51 Market Pl., Irvine, CA 92626
No celebrant announced, (949) 551-8601, stmirvine.org
Diocese, 2nd SU 12 noon
St. John the Baptist Church
1015 Baker St., Costa Mesa, CA 92626, www.sjboc.org
No celebrant announced, (714) 540-2214
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm, 1st TH 6:30 pm
St. Mary by the Sea Church
321 10th St., Huntington Beach, CA 92648
(714) 536-6913, [email protected], www.stmarysbythesea.net
Diocese, SU 12 noon, Holydays 7 pm
Mass Site
Laguna Hills Community Cen., 25555 Alicia Pkwy., Laguna Hills, CA 92653
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
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San Juan Capistrano Mission Basilica - Serra Chapel
31522 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
No celebrant announced, (949) 234-1360, www.missionparish.org
Diocese, SU 8 am, 1st SU 6:30 pm
Mass Site
24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SA 7:30 pm
John Paul II Polish Center
3999 Rose Dr., Yorba Linda, CA 92886
No celebrant announced, (714) 996-8161
Diocese, SU 7 am
Our Lady Help of Christians Church
9621 Bixby Ave., Garden Grove, CA 92841, www.ourladyhelpofchristians.us
Frs. Patrick Perez et al., (714) 635-0510, [email protected]
Independent, SU 7:30 & 10 am, 12:30 pm, M-SA 8 am
Mass Site
Ted Mayr Mortuary, 3150 Loma Vista, Ventura, CA 93003, www.olhc.us
Frs. Perez et al., (714) 547-9944, [email protected]
Independent, SU 1pm
St. Thomas Aquinas College Chapel
10000 N. Ojai Rd., Santa Paula, CA 93060
Presb. Cornelius Buckley SJ et al., (805) 525-4417, thomasaquinas.edu
Diocese, SA/SU 7:15 am, M-F 7 am (all during school year only)
Our Mother of Perpetual Help Mission
2839 Alamo St., Simi Valley, CA 93065
Fr. Matthew Howard, SSCR, (818) 786-2540, [email protected]
Independent, 2nd SU 10 am
St. Michael Church
1030 Brundage Ln., Bakersfield, CA 93304
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No celebrant announced, (661) 867-2488
NSSPX, SU 12:30 pm
St. Paul the Apostle Church
800 Bello St., Pismo Beach, CA 93449, www.stpaulspismobeach.com
Fr. Michael Bell, (805) 773-2219, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12:30 pm
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
1746 Locust St., Rosamond, CA 93560
Fr. Dominic Radecki, (661) 256-2163, 269-4943, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 5pm
St. Anthony Church - Guadalupe Chapel
5770 N. Maroa Ave., Fresno, CA 93704
Presb. John Coehelo-Harguindeguy, (559) 439-0124, stanthonyfresno.org
Diocese, SU 3:30 pm
Mass Site
3904 Merritt Dr., Traver, CA 93673
Frs. Raymond Ruscitto & Prasad, (559) 897-5550
Independent, SU 9 am (sometimes Cantata)
St. John's Oratory (Fishermen's & Seamen's Memorial Chapel)
Pier 45-B (Jefferson & Taylor), San Francisco, CA 94133, (510) 582-2118
Fr. M. Morrison, [email protected], www.traditio.com/stjohn.htm
Independent, SU Terce & Mass 9:30 am, Holydays 6:30 pm
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
1150 Mellus St., Martinez, CA 94553
Fr. Thomas Zapp, (925) 228-9852, www.thetruemass.com
Independent, SU 8 & 10
Carmelite House of Prayer
20 Mount Carmel Dr., Oakville, CA 94558
No celebrant announced, (707) 944-2454
Diocese, M-F 9 am
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Carmelite House of Prayer
20 Mount Carmel Drive, Oakville, CA 94562
No celebrant announced, www.oakvallecarmelites.org
Diocese, M-F 9 am, SA 12 noon
Holy Family Mission
1241 Niebaum Ln., Rutherford, CA 94573
Presb. Mark Kristy, O.C.D., (707) 255-6412, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 12 noon
St. Louis Bertrand Mission
651 Sonoma Blvd., Vallejo, CA 94590
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU & Holydays 8 am
Sacred Heart Church
680 College St., Hollister, CA 95023, www.montereylatinmass.org
Presb. Nicholas Millich, [email protected],
Diocese, SU 10:30 am (High)
St. Aloysius Gonzaga Retreat Center Chapel
19101 Bear Creek Rd., Santa Cruz, CA 95033
Fr. Jacques Emily & David Nichols, (408) 354-7703, fax 354-7369
NSSPX, SU 10 am, M-SA 7:15 am
St. Patrick Church
19399 E. Hwy. 120, Ripon, CA 95366
No celebrant announced, (209) 836-2133, www.stpatricksripon.com
Diocese, SU 6:30 am
St. Mary of the Angels church
900 S. Oak St., Ukiah, CA 95482
No celebrant announced, (707) 462-1431, www.stmaryschurchukiah.org
Diocese, SU 2:30 pm
St. Michael Church
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4524 Garfield Ave., Carmichael, CA 95608
No celebrant announced, (916) 486-4961, 487-7273
NSSPX, SU 8 & 10 am
St. Stephen the First Martyr Church
5461 44th St., Sacramento, CA 95820
Presb. R. Novokowsky et al., FSSP, (916) 455-5114. www.sacfssp.com
Diocese, SU 8:30 & 10:30 am (High), 1 pm, M-SA varies
St. Joseph Church
1791 Marshal Rd., Vacaville, CA 95687
No celebrant announced, (707) 447-2354, www.stjv.org
Diocese, SU 2 pm
St. Therese Church
369 E. 8th Ave., Chico, CA 95926
(530) 899-7700
NSSPX, 1st & 3rd SU 10 am
Our Mother of Sorrows Chapel
2201 Gold St., Redding, CA 96001
Fr. James Dolan, (530) 241-2163
Independent, SU 9 am
Hawaii (96700-96899)
St. Peter Chanel Mission
Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home, 570 Kinoole St., Hilo, HI 96720
No celebrant announced, (808) 959-6475
NSSPX, 1st/3rd/4th/5th SU 8 am, 2nd SU 3 pm
Maria Lanakila Church
712 Wainee St., Lahaina, HI 96761
No celebrant announced, (808) 661-0552
Diocese, 1st/2nd SU 3 pm
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Holy Rosary Church
954 Baldwin Ave., Paia, HI 96779
No celebrant announced, (808) 579-9551
Diocese, 3rd/4th/5th SU 10 am
Blessed Sacrament Church
2124 Pauoa Rd., Honolulu, HI 96801
Presb. Francis Nguyen, (808) 531-6980, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 10 am, 1st SA 11 am
Our Lady of Lourdes Mission
1527 Keeaumoku St., Honolulu, HI 96822
No celebrant announced, (808) 597-8424
NSSPX, 2nd SU 8 am
Oregon (97000-97999)
St Mary, Star of the Sea Church
1465 Grand Ave., Astoria, OR 97103
No celebrant announced, (503) 325-3671
Diocese, SU 1 pm
Our Lady of Fatima Church
4530 S.W. Garden Home Rd., Portland, OR 97219
Fr. Stephen De Lallo, (503) 246-6212, 538-7919
NSSPX, SU 8 & 11 am
St. Birgitta Church
11820 N.W. St. Helens Rd., Portland, OR 97231
Presb. Joseph Browne, CSC, (503) 286-3929, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 8 am (cantata last SU), 1st F 7:30, 1st SA 8 am
St. Thomas Becket Chapel
25269 E. Bolton Rd., Veneta, OR 97487
Frs. Daniel Cooper, C. Hunter, C. Brandler & T. Burfitt, (541) 935-8608
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NSSPX, SU 9 am, M-F 7:15 am, SA 8 am
Infant Jesus of Prague Mission
88060 Llama Ln., Veneta, OR 97487
No celebrant announced, (541) 731-6632, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9 am
Saint Therese Chapel
12371 Keno Worden Rd., Keno, OR 97627
Fr. Christopher Hunter, (541) 884-3158
NSSPX, 1st SU 10 am
St. Francis of Assisi Church
494 NW Lava Rd., Bend, OR 97701
No celebrant announced, unavoceco.org, [email protected]
Diocese, 3rd SU 2 pm (High)
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Chapel
1051 S.W. Helmholtz Way, Redmond, OR 97756
Fr. Casimir Puskorius, (541) 548-6416, [email protected]
CMRI, 2nd SU
Washington (98000-99499)
Corpus Christi Church
204 6th Ave. N, Edmonds, WA 98020
No celebrant announced, (425) 771-9208
NSSPX, SU 7:30 & 9:30 am, Holydays 7 pm, 1st F/1st SA/SA
St. Joseph Chapel
Josephinum Hotel, 1902 2nd St., Seattle, WA 98101
Fr. Gerard Saguto, FSSP, (206) 448-8500
Diocese, SU-SA 7 am
Holy Family Church
9622 20th Avenue S.W., Seattle, WA 98106
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No celebrant announced, (206) 767-6220, faxx 767-0374
Diocese, TU 7:30 pm
Holy Redeemer Chapel
11824 10th Ave. S.W., Burien, WA 98146
Fr. Carlos Ercoli, (206) 299-1522
Independent, SU 8 & 10:30 am
Mass Site
Hampton Inn & Suites, 18850 28th Ave. S., SeaTac, WA 98188
No celebrant announced,
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9:30 am
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church
110 S. 5th St., Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Fr. Carlos Ercoli, (206) 299-1522
Independent, SU 5:30 pm
Our Lady of the Precious Blood Chapel
8050 161st St. NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98329
No celebrant announced, (253) 851-2187, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 12 noon
St. Philomena Mission
Sequim, WA 98382
Fr. Michael Anaya, (253) 535-9477, [email protected]
CMRI, 2nd SU 5 PM
St. Mary Church
757 138th St. S., Tacoma, WA 98444, www.stmarys-parish.org
Fr. Michael Anaya, (253) 535-9477, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 8 & 10:30 am, TU-SA varies
Mass Site
5010 E. Rasor Rd., Bellfair, WA 98528
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
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Sts. Peter & Paul Church
3422 Portland Ave., Tacoma, WA 98404
Presb. Ken Baker, SJ, (253) 507-5861, fax 507-5863
Diocese, SU 5 pm, 1st F 12 noon
St. Louis Marie de Montfort Mission
Kennewick, WA 99336
No celebrant announced, (509) 734-3040
CMRI, 2nd SU 5 PM
St. Rose of Lima Church
Ephrata, WA 98823
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 2:30 pm
Immaculate Conception Church
Mabton, WA 98935
No celebrant announced
Diocese, 4th SU 4 pm
Mass Site
Quality Inn, 2327 N. Madison Rd., Liberty Lake, WA 99016
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 3:30 pm
Mass Site
700 W. 7th Ave., #801, Spokane, WA 99204
Fr. Ted Bradley
Independent, no schedule announced
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
3914 N. Lidgerwood St., Spokane, WA 99207, www.ladyofguadalupe.net
Fr. Kevin Vaillancourt, (509) 489-6602, [email protected]
Independent, SU 9 am, M-SA varies
Carmel of the Holy Trinity
4027 S. Wilbur Rd., Spokane, WA 99206
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Fr. Morgan, (208) 773-2231, 777-9750
Independent, SU-SA 8 am
St. Michael Church
8500 N. St. Michael's Rd., Spokane, WA 99217, www.stmichaels.org
Frs. Casimir Puskorius et al., (509) 467-0986, [email protected]
CMRI, SU 8 & 10:30 am, 5 pm
St. Joseph Church
520 S. Garfield, Kennewick, WA 99336
Presb. Richard Sedlacek, (509) 586-3820
Diocese, 1st/3rd SU 4 pm
Alaska (99500-99999)
Holy Family Cathedral
5th Ave. & H St., Anchorage, AK 95501
No celebrant announced, (907) 276-3455, holyfamilycathedral.org
Diocese (Dominican), 1st SA 12 noon
St. Therese, Patroness of Alaska Chapel
7653 Cranberry St., Anchorage, AK 99506
Fr. Christopher Hunter, (907) 349-2042
NSSPX, 4th SU 8:30 & 10 am, Holydays
Sacred Heart Cathedral St. Therese of Lisieux Chapel
2501 Airport Way, Fairbanks, AK 99709
Presb. Norman Pepin, SJ, (907) 474-9032, www.mosquitonet.com
Diocese, SU 10 am
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MASS SITES IN CANADA
By Province, in Alphabetical Order of City
Alberta
Mass Site
Lakeview Signature Inn Airport, Room 2622, 39 Ave. NE, Calgary AB
No celebrant announced, (403) 556-3956, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), 9 am
Mass Site
Kerby Center, 1133 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB
No celebrant announced, (403) 735-3336
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9 am
St. Denis Church
4718 Worcester Dr. S.W., Calgary, AB, www.stdenis.ca
Frs. Leo Boyle, Stephen DeLallo & Emanuel Herkel, (403) 233-0331
NSSPX, SU 7:15 & 10 am, M-SA 7 am
St. Anthony Church
5340 4th St. S.W., Calgary, AB
Presb. Christopher Blust, FSSP, (403) 252-1137, fax 255-7796
Diocese, SU 12 noon, M-SA varies
Chapel
League Hall, 10425 University Ave., Edmonton, AB
No celebrant announced, (780) 434-2726
NSSPX, 1st SU 9:30 am (sometimes 4 pm)
St. Theresa Mission
Lethbridge, AB
No celebrant announced, (403) 328-0627
SSPV, 5th SU & last W
St. Patrick Church
Medicine Hat, AB
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No celebrant announced, (403) 526-2265
Diocese, SU 1st3rd SU 6:30 pm
Chapel
Peace River, AB
No celebrant announced, (780) 332-1381
NSSPX, SU monthly
St. Anne Mission
Redcliff, AB
No celebrant announced, (403) 548-3468
NSSPX, SU 4 pm monthly
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
5036 51st St., Rocky Mountain House, AB
No celebrant announced, (403) 845-6347
NSSPX, SU 9:30 am
St. Francis Xavier Mission
Sundre, AB
No celebrant announced, (403) 233-0031
NSSPX, SU 4 pm monthly
British Columbia
St. Ann Church
33333 Mayfair Ave., Abbotsford, BC
Presb. Erik Deprey & Daniel Geddes, FSSP, (604) 255-5026, fax 255-5027
Diocese, SU 4:30 pm
St. Joseph Defender of the Church Chapel
Coghlan Community Hall #6795, 256 St., Aldergrove, BC
Fr. P. Girouard, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 10 am, M-SA 7:15 am
Mass Site
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Kelowna, BC
No celebrant announced
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Holy Name Chapel
157 Cahilty Crescent, Kamloops (Rayleigh), BC
No celebrant announced, (250) 578-8675
NSSPX, every other SU 2 pm
Christ the King Church
22630 48th Ave., Langley, BC
No celebrant announced, (604) 533-3358, 882-0011
NSSPX, SU 9 am
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
4334 Jungle Pot Rd., Nanaimo, BC
No celebrant announced, (250) 758-3430
NSSPX, SU 11 am
Chapel
724 Victoria St., Nelson, BC
No celebrant announced, (250) 352-2607
NSSPX, TU 7:30 pm April-October
St. Joseph Chapel
Oliver, BC
No celebrant announced, (250) 495-7519
NSSPX, every other SU 2 pm
Chapel
Port Hardy, BC
No celebrant announced, (250) 949-7968
NSSPX, SU occasionally
Holy Family Church
4851 Beatrice Street, Vancouver, BC, holyfamilyvancouver.ca
Presb. Erik Deprey & Daniel Geddes, FSSP, (604) 255-5026, fax 255-5027
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Diocese, SU 9 (Cantata), 11 am & 4:30 pm, M-SA varies
Our Lady Queen of Peace Church
3016 37th St., Vernon, BC
Frs. D. Boulet & Emanuel Herkel, (250) 545-3516, 542-5170
NSSPX, SU 9 am, weekdays vary
St. Ann Academy Chapel
835 Humboldt St., Victoria, BC
No celebrant announced, (888) 806 8844, (250) 390 0807
NSSPX, last SU 4 pm
Our Lady Queen of Peace Church
Victoria, BC
No celebrant announced
Diocese, SU 12 noon
Chapel
Williams Lake, BC
No celebrant announced, (250) 398-5539
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Manitoba
Mass Site
4022E Road 96, N. Winnipeg, MB
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 6 pm
Our Lady of the Rosary Church
480 McKenzie St., Winnipeg, MB
Frs. Gerard Rusak and Raymond Lillis, (204) 589-4524
NSSPX, SU 9:30 am
Mass Site
Teulon, MB
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No celebrant announced, (204) 861-2266, 338-5147, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
New Brunswick
Notre-Dame de Joie Mission
1974 Route 34, Lakeville, NB
Frs. Pierre Roy & Peter Fortin, (438) 838-4712
Independent, no schedule announced
Our Lady of Loretto Church
1542 Champlain St., Dieppe, NB
Presb. Donald Arsenault, (506) 382-3332
Diocese, SU 11 am
Newfoundland and Labrador
Holy Rosary Church
Portugal Cove, NL
No celebrant announced, (709) 895-6722
Diocese, SA 10 am
St. Athanasius Mission
Ramada Hotel, 102 Kenmount Rd, St. Johns, NL, thetruemass.org
Fr. Daniel Ahern, (709) 800-7414, (989) 692-0029, [email protected]
Independent, SU bimonthly
Nova Scotia
Our Loving Mother Mary, the Mystical Rose, Chapel
Amherst, NS
Fr. Daniel Ahern, (902) 667-9390, [email protected]
Independent, SU bimonthly
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St. Paschal Baylon Mission
3 Brentwood Estates, Amherst, NS
Fr. Pierre Roy, (902) 661-1179
Independent, no schedule announced
Queen of Martyrs Mission
26 Alix Terrace, Antigonish, NS
Frs. Pierre Roy & Peter Fortin, (902) 968-0399
NSSPX, M morning bimonthly
Our Lady of the Assumption Mission
Atlantic Funeral Home, 771 Main St., Dartmouth, NS
Frs. Pierre Roy & Peter Fortin, (438) 838-1323 (450) 390-1323
NSSPX, 1st or 2nd SU 9:30 am
St. Monica Mission
Halifax, NS
Fr. Daniel Ahern, (902) 455-6459, (989) 692-0029, [email protected]
Independent, SU bimonthly
Ontario
Mass Site
82 Farm St., Almonte, ON
Fr. Jason Richardson
Independent, SU 9 am
Our Lady of Good Success Mission
Caledon, ON
No celebrant announced, (519) 927-9999, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. Andrew Church
39 Bridge St., Carleton Place, ON
Fr. Jason Richardson
Independent, SA 4:30 pm (not a Sunday Mass)
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St. Therese of the Child Jesus Chapel
324 McIntyre Dr., Dryden, ON
No celebrant announced, (807) 937-6631
NSSPX, every 3rd SU 6 pm
Mass Site
414 Harvest Rd., Dundas, Toronto, ON
No celebrant announced, (416) 400-8075
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Holy Family Foundation
5146 Perth Line 44, RR2, Gadshill, Ontario
Fr. James Kosek, (519) 393-6855, (630) 347-6327, [email protected]
Independent, 1st/3rd SU 9:30 am
Mass Site
Best Western Plus, 161 Chisholm Drive, Milton, ON
No celebrant announced, (905) 878-3462
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9 am
St. Mary Pro-Cathedral
146 Park St. N., Hamilton, ON
Pres. Joseph Sach, (905) 527-4216
Diocese, 1st/3rd SU 2:30 pm
Chapel
Kenora, ON
No celebrant announced, (807) 547-2015, 547-2746
NSSPX, no schedule announced
St. Anne Church
268 East Ave., Kitchener, ON
No celebrant announced, (519) 745-5302, fax 745-3324
Diocese, 1st SU 2:30 pm, 2nd-5th SU 1 pm
Our Lady of Victory Church
1715 Dundas St. E., London, ON N5W 3E1, www.ourladyofvictory.ca
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Fr. Gerard McKee, (519) 659-9477, fr. [email protected]
CMRI, SU 3 pm
Our Lady of Good Success Chapel
Italian Canadian Club of Milton, 104 Tremaine Rd., Milton, ON
Fr. David Hewko, www.ecclesiamilitans.com
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 8 am
Canadian Martyrs Church
364 Regent St., Orillia, ON
No celebrant announced, (416) 251-0499, (705) 721-0581
NSSPX, SU 5 pm
St. Anne Church
87 Mann Ave., Ottawa, ON
Presb. Novokowski, FSSP & Bizard, (613) 565-9656, fax 565-9514
Diocese, SU 8:30 & 10:30 am, M-TH 7 am, F 7 am & 7:30 pm
Holy Ghost Portuguese Community Centre
115 Echo Dr., Ottawa, ON
No celebrant announced, (613) 230-6482
NSSPX, SU 5 pm
St. Catherine's Mission
Best Western Hotel, 2 N. Service Rd., St. Catharines, ON
No celebrant announced
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 4:30 pm
Holy Face of Jesus Church
181 Lake St., St. Catharines, ON
No celebrant announced, (905) 704-0038
NSSPX, SU 10 am
Queen of Angels Oratory
75 Rolls Ave., St. Catharines, ON
Presb. Father Hearty, FSSP, (905) 680-0447, fax (905) 937-4826
Diocese, SU 8:30 & 10:30 am, M-TH 7 am, F 7 am & 7:30 pm, SA 8 am
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St. James Chapel of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral
279 Johnson St., Kingston, ON K7L 1Y5
No celebrant announced, (613) 546-5521, fax 546-1947, [email protected]
Diocese, 1st SU 3 pm
St. Therese Church
2559 Kingston Rd., Scarborough, ON
Presb. Liam Gavigan, (416) 261-7498
Diocese, SU 1 pm
St. Patrick Church
91 Church St. E., Schomberg, ON
Presb. Liam Gavigan, (416) 261-7498
Diocese, SU 9 am
St. Philomena Mission
Holiday Inn, 50 Brady St., Sudbury, ON
No celebrant announced, (800) 461-1144, (705) 524-2243
NSSPX, 4th SU 6 pm
Transfiguration Church
11 Aldgate Ave., Toronto, ON
Fr. Arnaud Rostand, (416) 503-8854
NSSPX, SU 8 & 10:30 am, M-SA varies
St. Vincent de Paul Church
263 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto, ON
Presb. Jonathan Robinson, COrat., et al., (416) 535-7646, 532-2879
Diocese, SU 9:30 am
Mass Site
Wilmot, ON
No celebrant announced, (416) 251-0499
NSSPX, 2nd SU
Mass Site
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Filipino Community Centre, 935 Northwood St., Windsor ON
No celebrant announced, (226) 347-7231, (519) 257-0354
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9:30 am
Assumption Church
350 Huron Church Rd., Windsor, ON, www.windsorlatinmass.org
No celebrant announced, (248) 250-2740, [email protected]
Diocese, SU 2 pm
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
520 Ontario St., Wyoming, ON
No celebrant announced, (416) 251-0499
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 5 pm
Prince Edward Island
Star of the Sea Mission
Econo Lodge, 20 Lower Malpeque Rd., Charlottetown, PE
(902) 628-6087, (450) 390-1323
NSSPX, monthly on two weekdays
St. Pascal Baylon Mission
Summerside, PE
Fr. Daniel Ahern, (902) 436-3790, [email protected]
Independent, SU bimonthly
Quebec
Chapelle Marie-Reine
393 Rue Louise, St. Francois de Beauce, Beauce, QC
No celebrant announced, (418) 837-3028
NSSPX, SU 5 pm
Mass Site
Salle Communautaire #48, Chemin du Domaine, Beaumont, QC
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No celebrant announced, filiimariae,over-blog.com
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
St. Bernard Church
1830 DesFlamants, Becancourt (Gentilly), QC
Fr. Bernard Diamond
Independent, SU 10 am, M-SA varies
Mission Ste. Irénée
3044 Delisle, Montreal, QC
Presb. J.-Real Bleau, (514) 389-1956, www.rosarybay.com
Diocese, 8:45 am (High), SA 9 am, 1st F 7 pm
St. Joseph Church
166 Rue Dante, Montreal, QC
No celebrant announced, (514) 270-1324
NSSPX, SU 10 am, SA 11 am
Sts. Cyril & Methodius Slovak Church
7187 Second Ave., Montreal, QC, cyrilmethod.weebly.com
No celebrant announced, (514) 721-1551, fax 376-7837
Diocese, SU 9 am
Mission Notre-Dame-des-Bois
Rt. 212, Notre-Dame de Bois, QC
No celebrant announced, (819) 888-2292
Diocese, SU 9 am
Priory Saint Pie X
905 Rang Saint Matthieu, Shawinigan-Sud, QC
Fr Roger Gueguen, (819) 537-9696, fax 537-6562
NSSPX, SU 10 am & 5 pm
Église de Notre-Dame-de Lourdes Church
1024 Rue McManamy, Sherbrooke, QC
No celebrant announced, (819) 821-0115, 569-7550
NSSPX, SU 10 am
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Église de Saint-Zephirin-de-Stadacona
1450 Avenue Francois-1er, Quebec, QC
No celebrant announced, FSSP, (819) 888-2292
Diocese, SU 9 am
Residence du Precieux Sang
69 Rue Saint Louis, Quebec-Levis, QC
No celebrant announced, (418) 837-3715, fax 835-5954
NSSPX, SU-SA 11 am
Ecole de Sainte Famille
10425 Boulevard de la Rive-Sud, Quebec-Levis, QC
No celebrant announced, (418) 837-3028, fax 837-7070
NSSPX, SU 10 am, M-SA 7:45 am (7:15 am during school)
Saskatchewan
Chapel
St. Michael Hall, 134 13th Ave., Regina, SK
No celebrant announced, (306) 522-9472
NSSPX, every 3rd week
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
S.W. Main St., Village of Welwyn (Regina), SK
No celebrant announced, (306) 733-2134, 645-4568
NSSPX, 2nd SU
Chapel
Saskatoon, SK
No celebrant announced, (306) 373-5770
NSSPX, SU monthly
Our Lady of Czestochowa Church
301 Avenue Y So., Saskatoon, SK
Presb. Bronislaw Kartanowicz, (306) 382-2878, 374-4428
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Diocese, SU 9 am, F 5:15 pm
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MASS SITES IN MEXICO
By State, in Alphabetical Order of City
Aguascalientes
None.
Baja California Norte
Iglesia de la Santa Cruz
Ensenada
No celebrant announced, (61) 76-11-40, 76-54-08
CMRI, no schedule announced
Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Rosario
Tijuana
Fr. Ángel Iñiguez González, (664) 969-6472
CMRI, no schedule announced
Mass Site
Tijuana
No celebrant announced, (664) 900-4690
Independent, no schedule announced
Mision Santo Domingo
Unidad Deportiva La Playita, Florido, 1ra secc, Tijuana
Fr. Manuel Martinez, (664) 626-1388
Independent, SU 10 am
Baja California Sur
Iglesia de Cristo Rey
La Paz
No celebrant announced, (612) 125-5066
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Campache
None.
Chiapas
Misión de la NSSPX
Callejón San Juan Sabinito 169, 29090 Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Frs. Lawrence Novak, Gerard Falarcunna & Ernesto Cardozo, (961) 124-09-66
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Chihuahua
Santuario Guadalupano
Peral 553-Bis, 31250 Cd. Juarez
Fr. Luis Márquez Salcido, (16) 15-25-39
CMRI, no schedule announced
Capilla San José
Sicómoro 1507, 31100 Chihuahua
No celebrant announced, (614) 421-61-11
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU, 7 pm
Iglesia San Miguel Arcángel
Zootecnia 12001, 31453 Chihuahua
No celebrant announced, (614) 434-1657
CMRI, no schedule announced
Capilla Cristo Rey y Sacerdote
Saturno 1535, Fracc. Satélite, 32543 Cuidad Juárez
Fr. P. Tague, (915) 544-73-85
NSSPX, no schedule announced
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Misión Christo Rey
Samaniego 1403
Fr. René Trincado, [email protected], [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), SU 9:30 am, M-SA 6:30 pm
Coahuila de Zaragoza
Capilla del Sagrado Corazón
Bravo Norte 564, Zona Centro, 25000 Saltillo
Frs. Lawrence Novak, Gerard Falarcunna & Ernesto Cardozo, (844) 414-96-86
NSSPX, SU 10 am
Misión del Sagrado Corazón
Santiago Rodríguez, 1106 Saltillo
Fr. René Trincado, [email protected], [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Colima
Capilla Sagrado Corazón de Jesús
Antonio Montes Sur 65, 28130 Tecomán
Frs. Salvador Velásquez Fuentes & Adán Rodríguez
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla San Felipe de Jesús
Plutarco Elias Calles 283, 2800 Villa de Alvarez
Frs. Jorge Amozurrutia Silva & Fidel Puga Cuevas, (312) 313-30-38
NSSPX, 2nd/4th SU 5:30 pm
Distrito Federal
Capilla Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Miguel Schultz, 91, 06470 México D.F.
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Frs. M. Trejo Cortés, D. Lethu, E. Blandón & G. Magaña, (55) 5547-4324
NSSPX, SU 11 am & 7 pm
Convento de las Minimas Franciscanas del Perpetuo Socorro de María
Xochiquetzal 249, 07010 México D.F.
No celebrant announced, (55) 5577-2901
NSSPX, SU 8 am
Iglesia de San Pío V
Izcoatl Mz. 21 Lt. 16, 07010 México D.F.
Fr. Alfonso Verduzco, (55) 5781-9391
Independent, no schedule announced
Iglesia de San Juanita de los Lagos
Camino a las Águilas, 07140 Gustavo A. Madero, México D.F.
Fr. Francisco Ruiz Abarca
Independent, no schedule announced
Mass Site
Santa Mónica #24, Col. Del Valle, Centro, 03100 Mexico D.F.
Fr. Hugo Ruiz Vallejo, (55) 2145-1914, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Durango
Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Carmen
Ciudad Lerdo
No celebrant announced, (618) 732-02-48
CMRI, no schedule announced
Priorato San Benito
Río Grijalva 834, Fracc. El Bosque, 35048 Gómez Palacio
Frs. Lawrence Novak, Gerard Falarcunna & Ernesto Cardozo, (871) 723-21-44
NSSPX, SU 9 am
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Estado de México
Capilla San Pedro y San Pablo
Ampl. Avila Camacho #3, 56620 San Pablo Atlazalpan, Chalco
Fr. Cosme Lozano Tonche, (55) 59-88-71-44
Independent, no schedule announced
Oratorio de la Santísima Trinidad
Allende 10 esq. Victoria, 56620, San Pablo Atlazalpan, Chalco
Bp. José Antonio Rodríguez López, (55) 59-88-52-83, 044-55-19-08-14-23
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla de El Calvario (San Marcos)
Miguel Hidalgo #2, 56990 Ecatzingo
Bp. José Rodríguez López, Frs. Sixto Machaca Fernández & Juan Henault
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla de Nuestra Señora del Santo Rosario
Av. Plaza de las Tres Cultura #100, 57139 Nezahualcoyotl
Fr. Juan Henault, (55) 26-17-11-20
Independent, no schedule announced
Guanajuato
Capilla Nuestra Señora del Rosario
Perla esq. Fray Juan de Zumárraga, Fracc. Guadalupe, 37380 León
Frs. Jorge Amozurrutia Silva & Fidel Puga Cuevas, (477) 776-20-24
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Guerrero
Templo de la Divina Providencia
José Valdés Arévalo 29, 39300 Acapulco
Frs. Carlos Muñoz Caselin & Vásquez Torres, (744) 482-13-62, 483-46-32
CMRI, no schedule announced
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Iglesia
Poniente 8 #1507, Barrio La Villa, 41100 Chilapa de Álvarez
No celebrant announced, (956) 475-06-63
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Convento de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe
Julián Bravo, Dos Caminos, Chilpanciango de los Bravo
No celebrant announced, (745) 477-30-74
CMRI, no schedule announced
Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol
Julián Bravo, Dos Caminos, Chilpanciango de los Bravo
Fr. Martín Gómez Bravo, (744) 482-1362, 483-46-32
CMRI, no schedule announced
Iglesia Inmaculado Corazón de Maria
40194 Huitziltepec
Fr. Román Parra, (74) 70-55-37
CMRI, no schedule announced
Hidalgo
None.
Jalisco
Capilla Inmaculada Concepción
Av. Guadalupe 187, 44500 Guadalajara
Frs. José Becerra Rodríguez & Manuel Odríz Ramírez, (33) 36-47-27-09
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla María Auxiliadora
Arista 1069, Zona Centro, 44260 Guadalajara
Frs. Manuel Hernández & Dario Perez, (33) 36-13-27-21
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Capilla San Atanasio
Arista 1974, 44600 Guadalajara
Frs. Jorge Amozurrutia Silva & Fidel Puga Cuevas, (33) 38-25-33-54
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Convento San Jose (Nuns of Obra Mariana Carmelitana)
Francia #1266, Col. Moderna, 44190 Guadalajara,
No celebrant announced, (33) 36-19-68-26
CMRI, SU 8 & 9:30 am, 7 pm, M-SA 7 am & 7 pm
Convento Santa Teresa (Fathers and Friars of Obra Mariana Carmelitana)
Francia #1262, Col. Moderna, 44190 Guadalajara
Frs. Juan de Jesus, Bernardo & Angel, (33) 12-04-86-57
CMRI, no schedule announced
Capellanía de san Pedro Apóstol
Tapalpa 56, 44110 Guadalajara
Frs. Kenneth Fryar & Jonathan Romanoski, FSSP, (33) 36-47-82-41
Diocese, no schedule announced
Iglesia
Francisco Villa 36, 47190 San Ignacio Cerro Gordo
Frs. Jorge Amozurrutia Silva & Fidel Puga Cuevas, (348) 716-04-01
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Capilla Santa María Magdalena
Tlajomulco de Zúñiga
No celebrant announced
Independent, no schedule announced
Seminario en un pueblo llamado San Lucas Evangelista
Tlajomulco de Zuñiga
No celebrant announced
Independent, no schedule announced
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Iglesia San José
Chiapas s/n esq. Agua Blanca, 45408 Tonalá
No celebrant announced
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla de Cristo Rey
Ejido de San Nicolás de los Belenes, poblado Río Blanco, 45134 Zapopan
Bp. Luis Madrigal Madrigal
Independent, no schedule announced
Misión de la Sociedad de Jesús y de María
Gómez de Mendiola, 269 Col. Oblatos, 44700 Guadalajara
Frs. Salvador Velásquez Fuentes & Adán Rodríguez, (33) 36-19-09-17
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla San Rafael Arcángel
Bravo 287, 49600 Zapotiltic
Frs. Jorge Amozurrutia Silva & Fidel Puga Cuevas, (341) 414-04-27
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Juarez
Misión Santa María Reina
Ciudad Juarez
Fr. René Trincado, [email protected], [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Capilla Cristo Rey y Sacerdote
1535 Fracc. Satélite, Saturno
No celebrant announced, (915) 544-7385
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Michoacán de Ocampo
None.
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Morelos
Iglesia San Mateo Apóstol
Plaza Principal, 62840 Atlatlaucan
Fr. José Cruz Méndez, (735) 351-40-80, 351-40-22
CMRI, no schedule announced
Iglesia del Señor de la Expiración
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz #1, 62736 Cocoyoc
Fr. Jaime Siordia Portugal, (735) 356-65-65, 356-16-45
Independent, no schedule announced
Capilla de Nuestra Señora del Carmen
Cuauixtla, Cuautla
Fr. Pedro Toledo Rosario
Independent, no schedule announced
Iglesia
16 de Septiembre #308, 62440, Cuernavaca
Fr. Manuel Joya Altamirano, (777) 310-13-27
Independent, no schedule announced
Misión de la NSSPX
Adelfa 58, 62460 Cuernavaca
Frs. M. Trejo Cortés, D. Lethu, E. Blandón & G. Magaña, (777) 320-15-61
NSSPX, 2nd SU 6 pm
Iglesia de San Andrés Apóstol e de la Virgen de los Milagros del
Sacromonte
Plaza Principal, Jumiltepec
Frs. Sixto Machaca Fernández, (735) 141-38-33
Independent, no schedule announced
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Nayarit
None.
Nuevo León
Misión del Señor de la Misericordia
León
No celebrant announced, (38) 25-33-54
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Misión Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Monterrey
Fr. René Trincado, [email protected], [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance), no schedule announced
Capilla del Auxilio Nocturno Sacramental
Ocampo 257, Zona Centro, 64000 Monterrey
Frs. Lawrence Novak, Gerald Falarcunna & Ernesto Cardozo
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Mass Site
Monterrey
No celebrant announced, (81) 83-58-41-22
Independent, no schedule announced
Mision Santa Teresita del Nino Jesus
Monterrey
No celebrant announced, (818) 358-4122
Independent, occasionally
Oaxaca
Iglesia de San Lucas
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Domicilio conocido, 68470 San Lucas Ojitlán
Frs. Marcelo Cohetero Terán & Luis Armando Argueta Rosal
Independent, no schedule announced
Iglesia San Nicolás
Domicilio conocido, Barrio San Nicolás, 69800 Tlaxiaco
Frs. Michel Boniface & Luis Jiménez Bautista
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Puebla
Misión San Ignacio de Loyola
Río Bravo Sur 11, 72757 San Pedro Cholula
Frs. Michel Boniface & Juis Jiménez Bautista, (22) 48-42-04, (55) 47-43-24
NSSPX, 1st/3rd SU 6 pm
Querétaro de Arteaga
Iglesia
Hacienda Blanca, Amealco de Bonfil
Fr. Feliciano Chávez Nolazco
Independent, no schedule announced
Quintana Roo
Misión de la NSSPX
Región 90, Manzana 45, Lote 20, Av. Lombardo Toledano, 77510 Cancún
Frs. Arnaud Garderé & Juan Díaz Hernández, (998) 891-71-94
NSSPX, no schedule announced
San Luis Potosi
Misión San Luis
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San Luis Potosi
Frs. M. Trejo Cortés, D. Lethu, E. Blandón & G. Magaña, (444) 811-67-75
NSSPX, 4th SU 7:30
Sinaloa
None.
Sonora
Iglesia Inmaculado Corazon de Maria
General Piña y Huepac #241, 83104 Hermosillo
Bp. Martín Dávila Gándara & Fr. José Jiménez de Santiago, (662) 211-60-96
CMRI, no schedule announced
Seminario de los Sagrados Corazones de Jesus y Maria
Domicilio conocido, Fracc. Campestre Real de Alamito, 83300 Hermosillo
Fr. José Gutiérrez Hernández, (662) 2587-63-80
CMRI, no schedule announced
Tabasco
None.
Tamaulipas
Capilla del Auxilio Nocturno Sacramental
257 Zona Centro, Monterrey
No celebrant announced, (17) 23-21-44
NSSPX, SU 7 pm
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Tlaxcala
None.
Veracruz-Llave
Capilla del Señor del Calvario
Insurgentes s/n entre Cuauhtémoc y 5 de Mayo, 94442 Dos Rios, Atzacán
Frs. Michel Bonfiace & Luis Jiménez Bautista
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Capilla Nuestra Señora de los Dolores
Dos Rios, Atzacán
No celebrant announced, (55) 47-43-24
NSSPX, 3rd SU 8 am
Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Carmen
94442 Dos Rios, Atzacán
Fr. Hernan Vergara Monroy, (271) 121-91-26, 045-271-711-58-51
CMRI, no celebrant announced
Priorato Beato Rafael Guízar y Valencia
Calle 11 Sur #1114 esq. Oriente 24, Zona Centro, 94300 Orizaba
Frs. Michel Bonfiace & Luis Jiménez Bautista, (272) 724-73-43
NSSPX, no schedule announced
Capilla del Sagrado Corazón
11 Sur, 1114 Orizaba,
No celebrant announced, (96) 15-09-45
NSSPX, 3rd SU 11 am
Misión Beato Rafael Guízar y Valencia
Encino Lote 31, 91014 Xalapa de Enríquez
Frs. Michel Bonfiace & Luis Jiménez Bautista, (272) 724-73-43
NSSPX, no schedule announced
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Yucatan
Iglesia Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Calle 15 #469 con 58-C, Fracc. Montejo, 97127 Mérida
Bp. José Urbina Aznar, (999) 927-33-50
Independent, no schedule announced
Zacatecas
None.
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MASS SITES OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA
For Traditional Latin Masses outside North America, the Official Traditional
Catholic Directory lists contacts for as many other countries as possible, who can
be contacted for information by those seeking Traditional Latin Masses in those
countries.
If you are a position to know all the Traditional Latin Mass sites in your
country, you are invited to volunteer for this purpose and to be listed in the
Directory. Those who would like to serve as contacts for any country or
countries, should E-mail their listing information directly to the Registry for
consideration.
Asia
Nestor Carvalho
P.O. Box 334, Panjim 403001, India
+91 (0832) 246-2013
[email protected]
Asia
Cyril Yee
42 Jalan TK 5/23, Taman Mawar, 47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia
+60 (16) 361-9104
[email protected]
Australia
Joe Omlor
PO Box 650, South Perth 6951, WA, Australia
[email protected]
Fr. Steven Hartley
PO Box 540, Waterford 4133, Brisbane, Australia
+61 (7) 0419712302
Europe
Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae
8500 N. St. Michaels Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
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Europe
Stephen Dumbrell
1 Irmar, 59 Cookham Rd., Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 7EP, England
+44 (1628) 636-806, fax 788-802
[email protected]
Europe - Eastern
Fr. Arnold Trauner
Weiner Leo utca 3, Doorbell #7, 1065 Budapest, Hungary
[email protected], en.orapronob.is
New Zealand and Pacific Islands
Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae
8500 N. St. Michaels Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
South Africa
Fr. William Topper
P.O. Box 121, Napier 7270, South Africa.
+27 (795) 561-549, +27 (0284) 233-256, [email protected]
South America
Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae
8500 N. St. Michaels Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
Monasterio San José
Santa Sofía, Bovacá, Colombia
[email protected], benedictinos.jimdo.com/
United Kingdom
Church of Jesus Christ Divine Physician
Kensington, London W8, UK
[email protected]
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Urbs Roma
Basilica Minor Sancti Eugenii
Viale delle Belle Arte 10
No celebrant, announced, +39 (06) 320-0700, fax 320-1923
3rd SA, 10 am
Capella Adoratoria Basilicae Sanctae Mariae Majoris
42 Piazza di Santa Maria Maggiore
No celebrant announced, +39 (06) 446-5836, 481-4287
Last W, 5 pm
Capella Sanctae Catherinae Sienensis
85 Via Urbana (near Basilica of St. Mary Major)
No celebrant announced, NSSPX
SU 11 am, TH 6:30 pm
Ecclesia Iesu et Mariae ad Cursum
45 Via del Corso (just south of the Piazza del Popolo)
Presb. Vittorio Mazzuchelli & Raul Olazabal, ICR
SU & Holydays, 10 am
Ecclesia Santae Mariae Luminis
Trastevere (corner of Via della Lungaretta)
No celebrant announced
SU 11 am
Ecclesia Sancti Apollinaris ad Thermas Neronianas
49 Piazzi di Sant'Apollinare
No celebrant, announced, +39 (06) 6816-4440
Thrice weekly
Ecclesia Sancti Gregorii Caementariorum
75A Via Leccosa (at cul-de-sac, on left after fresco of St. Gregory)
Presb. John Berg, FSSP, +39 (06) 707-3689
M-SA 7 am, 1st F/SA 6:30 pm, Vespers & Benediction SU
Ecclesia Sanctissimae Trinitatis Peregrinorum
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Via dei Pettinari, 36-A
No celebrant announced, FSSP
M-SA 7 am & 6:30 pm, Holydays 9 & 10 am, 6:30 pm
No schedule announced
Oratorium S. Francisci Xavierii
Via della Caravita (off Via del Corso by Ecclesia S. Ignatii)
Presb. Frank Quoex, ICR
SU & Holydays 11:30 am
Oratorium Sancti Gregorii VII
13B Via Pietro della Valle (just behind the Castel Sant' Angelo)
No celebrant announced, IMBC, +39 (06) 183-9335, fax 183-9334
1st/3rd/5th SU, 11 am
Ecclesia Sancti Joseph
Via Francisco Crispi (near Piazza di Spagna)
Presb. Ignacio Barreiro, +39 (6) 4201-0145, 3967-0239
SU 10:15 am, M-SA varies
Some historically interesting churches to consider visiting when in Rome are:
• San Girolamo degli Schiavorri, St. Jerome's church
• San Paolo alla Regola, where St. Paul wrote the four Epistles of the Captivity
• Sant' Alfonso, where the famous icon Mater Maria Perpetui Succursus (Our
Mother of Perpetual Help) is exhibited
• Santa Maria della Concezione (Eglesia degli Cappucini), with its bone crypt
and museum
• Santa Maria in Ara Coeli, with its altar erected by the Roman Emperor
Augustus after a vision of the Virgin and the Infant
• Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica, with St. Jerome's and Pope St. Pius V's
crypt-shrines
• Santa Maria sopra Minerva, a Gothic-style church, rare for Rome, by the
Piazza della Minerva with its charming miniature elephant obelisk statue by
Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680)
• Santa Sabina, the church of the Dominicans
• Santo Gregorio Magno, the original site
• Santo Sisto, a Dominican church in the old ecclesiastical style
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•
Santi Cosma and Damiano Basilica, in the Forum Romanum
International Shrines
Prieure des Coeurs de Jesus et Marie
1 route de Paul, Lourdes, France
Fr. Poutoix
SU-SA
Chiesa della Misericordia
via Barbaroux 41, Turino, Italy
Presb. Oreste Bunino
+39 (11) 521-5960, fax 521-5992, [email protected]
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TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC ORGANIZATIONS
Catholic Traditionalist Movement
210 Maple Ave., Westbury, NY 11590
Fr. John Evangelista, (516) 333-6470, fax 333-7535, www.latinmass-ctm.org
Independent
Coalition in Support of Ecclesia Dei
P.O. Box 2071, Glenview, IL 60025
(847) 724-7151 (voice/fax), www.ecclesiadei.org
Diocese
Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae
8500 N. St. Michaels Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
CMRI
Foederatio Internationalis “Una Voce”
Via C. Battisti 2, 10123 Torino, Italy, [email protected]
+39 (011) 562-3677, fax +39 (011)562-4460
Diocese
Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri
Kirchstrasse 20, D-88145 Opfenbach-Wigratzbad, Germany
+49 0838-5671, fax 8285-9531, [email protected]
Diocese
In the Spirit of Chartres Committee
P.O. Box 514, Carrollton, VA 23314
(757) 745-7129, [email protected], www.isoc.ws
Independent
Institutum Christi Regis Summi Sacerdotis
Villa Martelli, Via di Gricigliano 52, 50069 Le Siecli (FI), Italy
(011) 55-830-9622, fax 55-836-3067, 194.243.127.75:80/icr
Diocese
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National Registry of Traditional Latin Masses
21128 Baker Road, Castro Valley, CA 94546
[email protected], www.traditio.com/nat.htm
Independent
Neo-Societas Sacerdotalis Sancti Pii Decimi
Schwandegg, CH-6313 Menzingen, Switzerland
+41 (41) 755-3636, fax +41 (41) 755-1444, [email protected]
NSSPX
Societas Sacerdotalis Apostolorum Iesu et Mariae
1 Chemin de la Petite Garde, 49240 Avrille, France
www.dominicansavrille.us
Independent (Traditional Resistance)
Societas Sacerdotalis Christi Regis
P.O. Box 8473, Van Nuys, CA 91409, www.sscr.org
(818) 786-2540, fax 786-2547, [email protected]
Independent
Societas Sacerdotalis Sancti Pii Quinti
P.O. Box 217, Oyster Bay, NY 11771, www.sspv.net
(516) 922-5430, [email protected], www.wftsradio.com
SSPV
Society of the Virgin Mary
116 Sunrise Ave., Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 255-6020, fax 255-4300, [email protected]
Independent
St. John Schola for Gregorian Chant
St. John's Oratory, Pier 45B (Jefferson & Taylor), San Francisco, CA 94133
(510) 582-2118, [email protected], www.traditio.com/stjohn.htm
Independent
St. Marcel Initiative
9051 Watson Road, Suite 279, Crestwood, MO 63126
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(855) 476-2723, [email protected], www.stmarcelinitiative.com
Independent
The Resistance (Traditional Resistance)
Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 1730 N. Stillwell Rd., Boston, KY 40107
(303) 549-3047, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Resistance)
Unio Sacerdotalis Marcelli Lefebvre
1, Liègue ND, 85130 La Verrie, France
+33 062-043-4432, www.francefidele.org
Independent (Traditional Resistance)
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TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC
SEMINARIES, ORDERS, AND LAY SOCIETIES
Seminaries
Fraternite Notre Dame Seminary
502 N. Central Ave., Chicago, IL 60644
(773) 261-0101, [email protected]
Independent
Immaculate Heart Seminary
P.O. Box 56, Round Top, NY 12473
(518) 622-9833, [email protected], www.congregationofstpiusv.net
SSPV
Mater Dei Seminary
7745 Military Ave., Omaha, NE 68314
(402) 571-4404, fax 571-3383
CMRI
Most Holy Trinity Seminary
1000 Spring Lake Hwy., Brooksville, FL 34602
(352) 799-0541, [email protected],www.mostholytrinityseminary.org
Independent
Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary
P.O. Box 147, Denton, NE 68339
FSSP, (402) 797-7700, fax 797-7705, [email protected]
Diocese
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Seminary
1730 N. Stillwell Rd., Boston, KY 40107
(303) 549-3047, inthissignyoushallconquer.com
Independent (Traditional Resistance)
St. Joseph Minor Seminary
15384 N. Church Rd., Rathdrum, ID 83858
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(208) 687-0290, fax 687-1153, [email protected]
CMRI
St. Michael the Archangel Seminary
2030 Escobar Ave., Spring Hill, FL 34608
(352) 683-9192
Independent
St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary
1208 Archbishop Lefebvre Avenue, Dillwyn, VA 23936
www.sspxseminary.org
NSSPX
Religious Orders of Men
Apostolic Monastics
1055 22nd St., San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 338-9357, [email protected]
Independent (Franciscan)
Brother Servants of the Sacred Heart
P. O. Box 655, Pulaski, WI 54162
br.tchr @yahoo.com)
Independent (Servants of the Sacred Heart)
Brothers of Our Lady of Reconciliation
P.O. Box 120100, W. Melbourne, FL 32912
(321) 409-2642
Independent (Franciscan)
Brothers of St. Francis
P.O. Box 5103, Lafayette, LA 70502
Fr. Bernard, no telephone announced
Independent (Traditional Benedictine)
Brothers of the Annunciation of Mary
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245 N. Buckeye St., Wooster, OH 44691
(330) 262-6205, [email protected], brothersoftheannunciationofmary.com
Independent (Franciscan)
Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem
219 S. George St., Charles Town, WV 25414, www.canonsregular.com
(304) 724-6995, [email protected]
Diocese
Coenobium Beatae Mariae Virginis Immaculatae
7715 Longbow Ln., Arlington TX 76002, www.coenobium.org
(817) 264-7651, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Benedictine)
Contemplatives of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary
5060 County Road 1635
Cullman, AL 35058, (256) 796-5515
Diocese
Conventus Sancti Ioannis Baptistae
P.O. Box 462, Summerville, SC 29484
(843) 875-9368, www.csjb-ofmconv.com
Independent (Traditional Conventual Franciscans)
Dominican Fathers of Our Lady of the Rosary
765 N. Hickory Ridge Rd., Highland, MI 48357
No telephone announced
Independent (Dominican)
Franciscan Brothers of Our Lady of Mercy
Box 1005, Cabot, AR 72023
(501) 663-4900, [email protected]
Independent (Franciscan)
Franciscan Brothers of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
50905 45th St. W., Lancaster, CA 93536
(661) 948-9334
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Independent (Franciscan)
Franciscan Friars of the Sacred Heart
504 W. Broadway, Fulton, NY 13069
(315) 598-7687
Independent (Franciscan)
Hermitage of St. Joseph
P.O. Box 37, Lemhi, ID 83465
No telephone announced
Diocese (Carmelite Hermits)
Hermits of St. Bruno
Immaculate Heart of Hermitage, 524 Sylvia Road, W. Melbourne, FL 32904
[email protected]
Independent
Immaculate Heart Seminary
Heart Content Rd., P.O. Box 56, Round Top, NY 12473
(518) 622-9833, [email protected], www.sspv.net
SSPV
Monks of the Annunciation of the Lord
P.O. Box 401, Sybertsville, PA 18251
(570) 788-4466
Diocese
Monks of the Holy Family
4136 W. Avenue I, #3, Lancaster, CA 93536
(661) 718-2114
Independent (Traditional Benedictine)
Monks of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel
35 Road AFW, Powell, WY 82435
(307) 645-3310
Diocese
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Opus Mariae Mediatricis
P.O. Box 7879, Dallas, TX 75209
[email protected], www.omm.org
Diocese
Order of Mount Carmel
P.O. Box 191, Elmhurst, PA 18416
No telephone announced
Independent (Contemplative)
Ordo Minimorum Dei (Servants of Our Lady of La Salette)
P.O. Box 610309, Flushing, NY 11361
(718) 281-1617, fax 631-8751
Independent
Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery
142 Joseph Blaine Rd., Silver City, NM 88061
Fr. Cyprian, OSB, (505) 388-9279, [email protected]
NSSPX (Traditional Benedictine)
Our Lady of Philermos Monastery
300 Locke Ln., Benton TN 37307
www.osjmonks.com, [email protected]
Independent
Priests & Brothers of the Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae
8502 N. St. Michael Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
CMRI
Queen of Angels Franciscan Monastery & Hospice
RR 1 Box 41, New Rockford, ND 58356
(701) 947-2194
Independent (Franciscan)
Sacerdotal Christ
164 Denman Rd., Liberty, NY 12754
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Independent
St. Joseph (Junior) Seminary
15100 N. Church Rd., Rathdrum, ID 83858
No telephone announced
CMRI
St. Augustine Oratory
14 N.W. 48th Ave., Miami, FL 33126
(305) 442-8783, fax 444-9180
Independent (Augustinian)
St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary Brothers' Novitiate
21077 Quarry Hill Rd., Winona, MN 55987
(507) 454-8000, fax 454-8044
NSSPX
Servants Minor of St. Francis
1124 Jackson St., Scranton, PA 18504
(570) 344-7442
Independent
Servants of the Holy Family
8528 Kenosha Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80908
(719) 884-0029, fax 258-1301, [email protected], www.servi.org
Independent
Society of Our Lady, Warriors of the Blessed Virgin
40500 Maggie Jones Rd., Paisley, FL 32767
(352) 669-5312, [email protected]
Independent (Hermetic)
Society of the Holy Ghost
314 Vincent Rd., Morse, LA 70559
(318) 785-0303 (voice/fax)
Independent
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Society of the Virgin Mary
116 Sunrise Ave., Beckley, WV 25801
(304) 255-6020, [email protected]
Independent
Socii Fratrinorum Christi Regis
P.O. Box 8473, Van Nuys, CA 91409, www.sscr.org
(818) 786-2540, fax 786-2547, [email protected]
Independent
Dominican Priests and Brothers of the Holy Face of Jesus
321 S. Broadway, Lawrence, MA 01843
(978) 686-7921, [email protected], SacredHeart-OP.org
Independent (Traditional Dominican)
Religious Orders of Women
Dominican Sisters of St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church
P.O. Box 686, Andover, MA 01810
(617) 686-4005, [email protected]
Independent (Traditional Dominican)
Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles
1400 N.E. 42nd Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64116
Fax (816) 455 2063, www.benedictinesofmary.org
Diocese (Benedictine)
Carmel of Jesus, Mary & Joseph
9300 W. Agnew Rd., Valparaiso, NE 68065
(402) 704-8375
Diocese (Discalced Carmelites)
Carmel of the Holy Trinity
4027 S. Wilbur Rd., Spokane, WA 99206
No telephone announced
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NSSPX (Carmelite)
Carmelite Monastery of the Sacred Hearts
8528 Kenosha Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80908
[email protected], www.sistersofcarmel.org
Independent (Discalced Carmelite)
Daughters of Mary, Mother of Our Savior
P.O. Box 205, Round Top, NY 12473
(518) 622-9833, [email protected], www.sjnovitiate.org
SSPV
Dominican Sisters of Idaho
20274 W. Riverview Dr., Post Falls, ID 83854
(208) 773-7598
Independent
Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
13501 Highland Rd., Hartland, MI 48353
(248) 719-6908
Independent (Dominican)
Dominican Sisters of Our Lady of the Rosary
765 N. Hickory Ridge Rd., Highland, MI 48357
No telephone announced
Independent (Dominican)
Filiae Christi Regis
P.O. Box 8473, Van Nuys, CA 91409, www.sscr.org
(818) 786-2540, fax 786-2547, [email protected]
Independent
Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph
11824 10th Ave. S.W., Seattle, WA 98146
[email protected], franciscansofstjoseph.org
Independent
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Holy Guardian Angels Convent
59350 Carnation Rd., Olathe, CO 81425
(970) 323-0198
CMRI
Little Company of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
2010 Escobar Ave., Spring Hill, FL 34608
(352) 585-1027, [email protected], www.littlecompany.org
Independent
Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
P.O. Box 250, Clarksburg, OH 43115
(740) 993-2189, [email protected]
Independent
Missionary Sisters of the Holy Ghost
P.O. Box 589, Veradale, WA 99037
www.catholicresearchinstitute.com
Independent
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Convent
147 Cottage St. #3, East Boston, MA 02128
(617) 913-1483
CMRI
Queen of Angels Convent
245 N. Buckeye St., Wooster, OH 44691
Fr. Gabriel Ward, FBA, (330) 262-2605, [email protected]
Independent (Franciscan)
Oblatae Mariae, Reginae Apostolorum
1 Starrucca Creek Rd., Starrucca, PA 18462
(570) 727-3341, fax 727-3941, www.oblatesofmary.com
Diocese
Oblates of St. Gertrude
11144 Reading Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241
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(513) 769-5211
Independent
St. Michael's Convent
8502 N. St. Michael Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
CMRI
St. Mary's Convent
757 138th St. S., Tacoma, WA 98444
(253) 537-6281
CMRI
Servants of Our Lady of La Salette (Ordo Minimorum Dei)
P.O. Box 610309, Flushing, NY 11361
(718) 281-1617, fax 631-8751
Independent
Sisters of the Congregation of the Mother of God
3715 286th St., Persia, IA 51563
No telephone announced
CMRI
Sisters of the Passion & Cross
P.O. Box 366, New Middletown, OH 44442
[email protected], www.adorationmonastery.org
Independent (Traditional Poor Clare Capuchin Contemplatives)
Sisters of St. Thomas Aquinas
12546 W. Peoria Ave., El Mirage, AZ 85335
(352) 428-9858, [email protected], sistersofaquinas.org
Independent
Sisters of St. Thomas Aquinas
20120 Barnett Rd., Brooksville, FL 34601
(352) 799-0541, [email protected], sistersofaquinas.org
Independent
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Lay Societies
Block Rosary International
P.O. Box 748, Waxhaw, NC 28173
(704) 843-0648, fax 843-0874, [email protected]
Independent
Catholic Students United for the Faith
3220 S. 198th St., Seatac WA 98188
(206) 560-0101, [email protected]
Independent
Lay Confraternity of Sts. Peter & Paul
6397 Holloway Dr., Liberty Township, OH 45044
(513) 777-7635, [email protected], www.breviary.net
Independent
Mancipia Immaculati Cordis Mariae
St. Benedict Center, P.O. Box 627, Winchester, NH 03470
(603) 239-6485, www.catholicism.org
Independent (Feeneyite)
Order of St. Dagobert
1856 W. Marshall St., Norristown, PA 19403
No telephone announced
Independent
Third Order of Penance of St. Dominic/WSJC (Seculars)
321 S. Broadway, Lawrence, MA 01843
(978) 686-7921, [email protected], SacredHeart-OP.org
Independent (Traditional Dominican)
Third Order of St. Francis
P.O. Box 1403, Providence, RI 02901
(401) 821-1686
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Independent
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TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC PERIODICALS
Traditional Catholic periodicals perticularly recommended are indicated in order of
recommendation by the circled number.
Four Marks
P.O. Box 58, Ballantine, MT 59006, www.thefourmarks.com
(406) 967-2000, [email protected], [email protected]
Independent
Monthly, $48
Roman Catholic
2200 Smelter Ave., Black Eagle, MT 59414
(406) 452-9021, [email protected], www.sspv.net
SSPV
Quarterly, $16.00
Reign of Mary
8504 N. St. Michael Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-1077, [email protected], www.cmri.org
CMRI
Quarterly, $14.00
Behold Thy Mother
P.O. Box 589, Veradale, WA 99037
www.catholicresearchinstitute.com
Independent
Triannually, $16.00
Benedictine Notes
15378 N. Church Rd., Rathdrum, ID 83858
Independent
Quarterly, donations accepted
Mancipia
St. Benedict Center, P.O. Box 627, Winchester, NH 03470
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(603) 239-6485, www.catholicism.org
Independent (Feeneyite)
Bimonthly, donations accepted
New England Catholic News
P.O. Box 919, Norwood, MA 02062
(877) 510-7808, fax (781) 344-8928, [email protected]
Independent
Quarterly, donations accepted
Our Lady of Tears
2518 Lemay Rd., #355, St. Louis, MO 63125
[email protected]
Independent
Monthly, donations accepted
Sacred Heart Newsletter
P.O. Box 250, Clarksburg, OH 43115
[email protected], (740) 993-2189
Independent
Monthly, donations accepted
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TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC SUPPLIERS
Because the selection is limited, we have listed some sites that are more
“conservative” than “traditional.” We urge you to check out thoroughly any
supplier you are contemplating doing business with.
Adrian Hamers
Church Interiors
2 Madison Ave., Larchmont, NY 10538
(914) 834-7780, fax 834-0712, www.adrianhamers.com
All Catholic Books
Books
5106 Roanoke Rd., Troutville, VA 24175
(540) 966-2554 fax, [email protected]
American Classical League
Latin & Greek Instructional Book, Latin Vulgate Bibles
Miami University, Wells Mill Drive, Oxford, OH 45056
(513) 529-7741, fax 529-7742, [email protected]
Apostolate of Our Lady of Siluva
Scapulars
P.O. Box 141476, Spokane Valley, WA 99214
(509) 217-2507, fax 922-4515, [email protected]
Art for the Catholic Restoration
Ecclesiastical Art and Church Furnishings
16 Pitcherville Road, Hubbardston, MA 01452
(978) 632-8030, fax 632-8030, [email protected]
Bakko Company
Vestments
303 S.W. 3rd Ave., Faribault, MI 55021
(507) 332-2887, [email protected]
Bible Speaks (TBS)
Latin-English Booklets for Mass, Divine Office, Benediction, Etc.
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20 Marlborough Ave., Ottawa, ON K1N 8E7, Canada
(613) 232-9829, [email protected]
BNZ Enterprises
Used Books
W2928 County Road G, Merrill, WI 54452
(715) 539-3637, [email protected]
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
Latin & Greek Instructional Books & Classics
1000 Brown St., Wauconda, IL 60084, [email protected]
(847) 526-4344, fax 526-2867, www.bolchazy.com
Catholic Art USA
Prints and Gifts
2474 Walnut St., Suite 315, Cary, NC 27518
(919) 424-0625, sales @catholicartusa.com
Catholic Audio-Video Religious Titles
MP3 Audios, MP4 Videos of the Douay-Rheims Bible and Catholic Works
www.douayrheimsaudiobible.org
[email protected]
Catholic Counterpoint
Audiotapes, Videotapes of the Traditional Latin Mass
P.O. Box 445, Broomall, PA 19008
(800) 539-9364, [email protected], www.catholiccounterpoint.com
Church Connection
Ecclesiastical Goods & Vestments
216 Cumer Rd., McDonald, PA 15057, [email protected]
(866) 873-3735, fax (724) 746-2451, www.usedchurchitems.com
Clergy Shop
Clergy Supplies
1144 Coolidge Blvd., Suite A, La Place, LA 70068
(318) 269-1919, fax 269-9211, [email protected]
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Catholic Research Institute
Leaflets, Pamphets
P.O. Box 589, Veradale, WA 99037
www.catholicresearchinstitute.com
Catholic Treasures
Audiotapes, Books, Handmissals, Videotapes
1823 Business Center Dr., Duarte, CA 91010, www.catholictreasures.com
(800) 257-4893, fax (626) 359-6933, [email protected]
ChantCD
Gregorian Chant CDs
P.O. Box 834, Marion, TX 78124
(830) 420-2364, [email protected], www.chantcd.com
Confraternity Books
Books, Calendars-Pius X Rubrics
6397 Holloway Dr., Liberty Township, OH 45044
(513) 755-0063, [email protected], www.confraternitybooks.com
Constance Wozny Hand Bookbinding
Bookbinding and Restoration of Altar Missals and Bibles
8216 Princeton-Glendale Rd., #167, W. Chester, OH 45069
(513) 874-2665, [email protected], www.booksbycw.com
Daughters of Mary Press
Books and Music CDs
P.O. Box 205, Round Top, NY 12473
(518) 622-9833, [email protected], www.DaughtersofMary.net
D.C. Riggott, Inc.
Buys/Sells Church Accessories and Furnishings
3540 Neal Ave. S., Afton, MN 55001
(800) 479-8777, fax (651) 436-4769, [email protected]
Displays of Faith, Inc.
Flags
P.O. Box 1155, Wheaton, IL 60189
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Fax (630) 690-5836
Dolorosa Press
Books
15-1 Kings Court, Camillus, NY 13031
(315) 407-1964, www.dolorosa.press
Dominican Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Calendars-Pius X Rubrics
13501 Highland Rd., Hartland, MI 48353
(248) 719-6908
Fraternity Publications Service
Breviaries & Ordos - John XXIII Rubrics
P.O. Box 196, Elmhurst, PA 18416, www.fssp.com/main
(570) 842-4000x401, fax 842-5141, [email protected]
Freitag Publishing
Agnus Deis, Oils, Medals, Prayer Cloths, Relics, Scapulars
1118 W. Magnolia Blvd., Suite 205, Burbank, CA 91506
(818) 843-0542, fax (818) 972-3988
Garden Statues
Garden Statues
620 E. Third Ave., Post Falls, ID 83854
(866) 448-8756, [email protected], www.gardendevotions.com
Holy Cross Publications
Artworks, Books, Saramentals
P.O. Box 84, Thompson, TX 77481
[email protected], www.holycrosspublications.com
Holy Family School Productions
Audiotapes, Videotapes
38 Langarth St. E., London, ON N6C 1Z1
(519) 433-8954
Immaculate Heart Mantillas
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Veils, Vestments
P.O. Box 410901, Kansas City, MO 64141
(816) 861-2405, littleflowersfamilypress.com
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church Publications
Calendars/Ordos/Missal Guides-Pius X Rubrics
2200 Smelter Ave., Black Eagle, MT 59414
(406) 452-9021, www.ihm-church.org/publications.html
Immaculate Heart of Mary Company
Devotional Items, Statues, Statue Repair & Repainting
W5590 St. Mary's Way, Necedah, WI 54646
(608) 565-2120
In the Spirit of Chartres Committee
Audiotapes, Videotapes
600 W. Riverview Dr., Suffolk, VA 23434, [email protected]
(757) 925-7904, www.isoc.ws
Jesus Passion Religious Articles & Gifts
Ecclesiastical Goods, Metalware
153 County Rd. 441, Dayton, TX 77535
(877) 825-1223, [email protected]
King Richard's Religious Artifacts
Antique and New Religious Artifacts (Altarware, Furniture, Vestments, Statuary)
1007 Union Center Dr., Alpharetta, GA 30004
(678) 393-6500, [email protected], www.kingrichards.com
Koenig Traditional Cabinetry
Wooden Church Furnishings
P.O. Box 704, Fitzwilliam, NY 03447
(603) 239-4394, fax 239-4502
LSL Enterprises
Quality Imported Crucifixes, Icons, Prints, Statuary
709 Graydon Ave., Suite 5, Norfolk, VA 23507
(757) 478-6363, [email protected]
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Loreto Publications
Liturgical Books
P.O. Box 603, Fitzwilliam, NH 03447, www.loretopubs.org
(603) 239-6671, fax 239-6127
MAETA
Audiotapes, Books, Videotapes
P.O. Box 6012, Metairie, LA 70009, www.maeta.com
(888) 577-4428, fax (504) 833-5272, [email protected]
Mark Stewart Calendars
Calendars-Pius X Rubrics
P.O. Box 611448
San Jose, CA 95161
Mary Immaculate Queen Center
Devotionals, Handmissals, Calendars/Ordos-Pius XII Rubrics
8504 N. St. Michael Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-1077, fax (509) 467-1177, [email protected], www.miqcenter.com
Mater Dei Books
Books
P.O. Box 1203, Laurel, MT 59044
(406) 628-7764, [email protected]
Maximus Scriptorius
Books on Church Latin
P.O. Box 171, Bureau, IL 61315
[email protected], churchlatin.com
Modesty Veils
Veils
207 Schnitzler Dr., Theresa, WI 53091
(920) 488-2660, www.modestyveils.com
Monastery Garments
Traditional Monastic Habits and Clergy Apparel
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P.O. Box 7284, Santa Cruz, CA 95061, [email protected]
(415) 412-6685, 297-9299, www.monasterygarments.blogspot.com
Morning Star Audio & Video
Audiotapes, Videotapes
8500 N. St. Michael Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
Mother of Our Savior Catholic Goods & Refuge of Sinners Publishing
Books, Ecclesiastical Supplies
5271 E. Mann Rd., Pekin, IN 47165
(800) 451-3993, [email protected], www.JoyfulCatholic.com
Mueller-Kaiser Plating Co.
Restoration & Maintenance of Sacred Vessels
5815 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63109
(314) 832-3553, [email protected]
Myriad Creative Concepts
Altar Cards
14 Nassau St., Dayton, OH 45410
(937) 478-6247, [email protected]
Neri Publications
Liturgical Books
P.O. Box 7879, Dallas, TX 75209
(877) 902-0753, fax (801) 505-0631, [email protected]
Neumann Press
Liturgical Books
Rt. 2, Box 30, Long Prairie, MN 56347, www.neumannpress.com
(800) 746-2521, fax (320) 732-3858, [email protected]
Our Lady of the Sun Book Rack
Books
12534 W. Peoria Ave., El Mirage, AZ 85335
(623) 583-1027, 583-1031
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Our Lady's Book Service
Books, Medals, Scapulars
17000 State Route 30, Constable, NY 12926
(800) 263-8160
Our Lady's Rosary-Makers
Rosaries, Scapulars (free)
741 Sunshine Ct., Los Altos, CA 94022
(650) 969-0124, fax (650) 961-5818
Pax Books
Liturgical Books
Via Terenzio 35, 00193 Rome
www.paxbooks.com
Pax House
Ecclesiastical Supplies, Vestments
Apdo Postal 39-181, Guadalajara, Jalisco 44171, Mexico
(523) 826-2657, fax (775) 659-5914, [email protected], www.paxhouse.com
Philothea Press
Books
www.philotheapress.com
Preserving Christian Publications
Books
PO. Box 221, Boonville, NY 13309
(866) 241-2762, [email protected], www.pcpbooks.net
Refuge of Sinners Traditional Catholic Publishing
Books, Devotional Items, Ecclesiastical Supplies
7271 E. Mann Rd., Pekin, IN 47165
800/451-3993, [email protected] www.joyfulcatholic.com
Restorations Plus
Restoration of Ecclesiastical Art and Church Statuary
5427 Virginia Ave., St. Louis, MO 63111, [email protected]
(314) 481-3268, www.ChurchStatues.8m.com
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Reviviscimus Press
Books
408 4th St., Petaluma, CA 94952
[email protected]
Roman Catholic Sacramentals
Sacramentals
12922 Olive St., Omaha, NE 68138
(877) 395-2320, www.sacramentals.org
Roman Catholic Sacramentals Foundation
Religious Supplies, Videos of the Traditional Latin Mass
12922 Olive St., Omaha, NE 68138
(402) 895-2000, [email protected]
Rosary Bay
Bibles, Missals, Rosaries
3551 St-Charles Blvd, Suite 558, Kirkland, QC
(514) 726-0766, fax 726-0766, [email protected], www.rosarybay.com
Rosary Graphics
Bumper Stickers, Rubber Stamps, Window Decals
P.O. Box 73, St. Mary's, KS 66536
(785) 437-2072
Sacred Heart Monastery
Communion Breads
1910 Maple Ave., Lisle, IL 60532
(708) 969-7040
Sacrum
Liturgical Linens and Vestments
12534 W. Peoria Ave., El Mirage, AZ 85335
[email protected]
St. Anne Church
Annual Missal Guides
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2445 Country Rd. E., White Bear Lake, MN 55110
(612) 770-2921
St. Athanasius Bookstore
Books
9201 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182
(703) 759-4555, [email protected]
St. Augustine Institute
Home-study Courses
P.O. Box 627, Richmond, NH 03470
(603) 239-6912, [email protected], www.sai-cs.org
St. Benedict's Casket Company
Simple Wooden Caskets
708 92nd St., Monmouth, IA 52309
(319) 673-7482, [email protected]
St. Benet's Guild
Vestments
312 W. Siebenthaler Ave., Dayton, OH 45405
(937) 278-1609, [email protected]
St. Bonaventure Publications
Liber Usualis, Traditional Missals, Prayerbooks
P.O. Box 2750, Great Falls, MT 59403
(406) 452-5452, fax 452-9752, [email protected], www.libers.com
St. Gregory Society
Cards, Chant Recordings, Calendars-John XXIII Rubrics
P.O. Box 891, New Haven, CT 06504
(203) 624-2751, www.saint-gregory.org
St. Joseph Novitiate
Traditional Gregorian Chant and Hymn CDs
P.O. Box 205, Round Top, NY 12473
(518) 622-9833, [email protected], www.sjnovitiate.net
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St. Joseph's Media
Traditional Books, eBooks, CDs, and DVDs
P.O. Box 186, Wayne, MI 48184
www.stjosephsmedia.com
St. Lawrence Press
Ordos - Pius X Rubrics
59 Sandscroft Ave., Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7EJ, UK
[email protected], www.ordorecitandi.org.uk
St. Mary's Guild
Ecclesiastical Goods, Metalware
P.O. Box 785, Wyandotte, MI 48192
(734) 281-3082 (& fax), www.saintmarysguild.com
St. Mary's Publishing Company
Ecclesiastical Latin Texts
507 Terrace Wood Dr., St. Mary's, KS 66536
(785) 437-0645
St. Michael's Purgatorian League
Mass Conscriptions for the Dead
8504 N. Saint Michael's Rd., Spokane, WA 99217
(509) 467-0986, fax 467-2425, [email protected], www.cmri.org
St. Stephen's Book Exchange
Religious Goods, Vestments
2861 S. La Cadena Dr., Colton, CA 92324
(909) 783-7628, www.usedcatholicbooks.com
St. Stephen's Sacristy
Buyers of Used Ecclesiastical and Liturgical Artifacts
(804) 648-1098, [email protected]
www.ststephenssacristy.com
St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary Audio
Gregorian Chant Audiotapes, Compact Discs, Videotapes
21077 Quarry Hill Rd., Winona, MN 55987, www.stasaudio.org
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(507) 454-2388, fax 454-8044, [email protected]
St. Veronica's Chapel Veils
Veils
7903 Cliffbrook Dr., Suite 147A, Dallas, TX 75254
(972) 661-1914
Salve Regina
Domestic and Roman Clergy Apparel & Vesture, Liturgical Items
P.O. Box 50330, Staten Island, NY 10305
(800) 243-7557, fax (718) 442-6629, [email protected]
Scapular Guild
Scapulars
P.O. Box 45737
Philadelphia, PA 19149
Seraphim Company
Calendars-John XXIII Rubrics
P.O. Box 26600, Colorado Springs, CO 80936
(719) 495-0189
Servants of the Holy Family
Calendars-John XXIII Rubrics
8528 Kenosha Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80908
(719) 884-0029, fax 258-1301, [email protected], www.servi.org
Sisters of Carmel
Badges, Chaplets, Religious Goods, Rosaries, Scapulars
8540 Kenosha Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80908
[email protected], www.sistersofcarmel.com
Society for the Preservation of the Roman Catholic Heritage
Church Artifacts and Vestments
840 Sunset Dr., Englewood, OH 45322
(937) 454-1900, 224-1900, [email protected], www.sporch.org
Society of Traditional Roman Catholics
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Gregorian Masses
P.O. Box 130, Mead, WA 99021
(509) 489-6602, [email protected], www.strc.org
Trade Greetings: "It's Better in Latin"
T-shirts
532 Baltimore Blvd #308, Westminster, MD 21157
(410) 751-2664, fax 386-0929, [email protected]
Trademark Stationery
Traditional Stationery
5589 Sorg Road, Winchester, OH 45697
(513) 232-8536, fax (513) 232-4029, [email protected]
Traditional Catholic Vestments
Linens, Vestments
2301 W. Chestnut Avenue, Altoona, PA 16601
www.TraditionalCatholicVestments.com
Veritas Press
Calendars-Pius XII Rubrics, Handmissals
P.O. Box 1704
Santa Monica, CA 90406-1704
Vita Fidei
Vestments
3 Curtis St., Riverdale, NJ 07457
(973) 633-7709, fax (973) 633-7709
Waxen Moon Candle Studio
Reed Candles for Holy Saturday
1850 Village South Rd., Suite 53, Olympic Valley, CA 96146
(530) 584-6006, fax 584-6007, [email protected], www.waxenmoon.com
Weberdings Carving Shop
Church Furnishings
1230 State Rd. 46 E., Batesville, IN 47006
(812) 934-3710, fax 934-3731, www.weberding.com
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Wick Company
Decoration and Restoration of Church Furnishings and Interiors
2200 Smelter Ave., Black Eagle, MT 59414
(406) 452-9021
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TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC RETREATS
St. Thomas Aquinas Summer Camp
2310 Robertson Ave., Norwood, OH 45212
Frs. Joseph Greenwell & Paul Baumberger, (513) 731-8771
SSPV
Vexilla Regis Association
8 Pond Pl., Oyster Bay Cove, NY 11771
(516) 922-5430
SSPV
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TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLING
Higher Education
Archbishop Fulton Sheen (1895-1979) was well known for his many
books, radio and television appearances, and popular preaching. While teaching
at the Catholic University of America for nearly 25 years and dealing with
students, he noted with deep concern what was happening in Catholic education
and the fact that many young people were losing the Faith since Vatican II (19621965). His warning on higher education, given around 1967, was as prophetic as
it was startling:
You are better off going to a state school where you will have
the chance to fight for your Faith, than going to a modern
Catholic university where you will have the new watereddown, modernist version of the Faith spoon-fed to your
unsuspecting minds, so that you will be apt to lose your
Faith.
The best choice, when possible, is a conservative liberal arts college. The
best major is Classics (Latin and Greek), which, in addition to giving the
foundation for all secular and religious study, is usually one of the most
conservative departments at any given institution. Institutions associated with the
New Order and the “New Mass,” even when billed as “conservative,” should be
particularly avoided, in accordance with the advice of Archbishop Sheen.
In addition to getting a thorough grounding in the classical languages,
students should emphasize philosophy (particularly classical and mediaeval
philosophy), music (particularly early and classical music), history (particularly
ancient and mediaeval history), mathematics and the natural sciences,
psychology and the social sciences (one must be careful here in choosing
conservative courses), and oratory and rhetoric (sometimes called “Speech”).
Conservative liberal arts colleges that offer such programs include:
Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia): www.emory.edu
Hillsdale College (Hillsdale, Michigan): www.hillsdale.edu
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Kindergarten through Grade 12
Traditional Catholic writer Patricius Anthony has remarked:
After a year teaching in a Novus Ordo “Catholic” school, I
can strongly recommend that parents who are really
concerned about their children's moral and intellectual
development home-school their children.
Homeschooling Resources
American Classical League
Miami University, 422 Wells Mill Drive, Oxford, OH 45056
(513) 529-7741, fax 529-7742
[email protected], www.aclclassics.org
Classical Liberal Arts Academy
1621 Stack Rd., Monroe, NC 28112
(704) 292-4144
[email protected], www.CLAAonline.com
Holy Cross Publications
P.O. Box 84, Thompsons, TX 77481
[email protected]
www.holycrosspublications.com
Great Books Academy
P.O. Box 11379, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(800) 521-4004, fax 515-5565
[email protected], www.greatbooksacademy.org
Little Flowers Family Press
RR1 McDonalds Corners, ON K0G 1MO
(613) 278-2618, fax (866) 869-0619
[email protected]
Memoria Press
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4603 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville, KY 40213
(877) 862-1097, fax 300-7051
[email protected], www.MemoriaPress.com
Our Lady of the Rosary School
1010 Withrow Ct., Bardstown, KY 40004
(502) 348-1338, fax 348-1943
[email protected], www.olrs.com
Our Lady of the Sun Academy
12546 W. Peoria Ave., El Mirage, AZ 85335
(352) 428-9858
[email protected]
Queen of All Saints Academy
20120 Barnett Rd., Brooksville, FL 34601
(352) 428-0550
[email protected]
Sancta Familia Academy
1204 N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne, FL 32935
(321) 259-6464
www.sanctafamilia.org
Veritas Press Scholars Academy
1829 William Penn Way, Lancaster, PA 17601
(800) 922-5082, fax (717) 519-1978
[email protected], www.veritaspress.com
Well-Trained Mind
18101 The Glebe Ln., Charles City, VA 23030
[email protected]
www.welltrainedmind.com
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