New wesbite- Sancta Missa, tutorial on the Latin Mass

Most of you probably read the New Liturgical Movement blog, so this is most likely an unnecessary post… but the Canons Regular of Saint John Cantius have just launched a website that has a wonderful collection of materials for priests and laymen regarding the celebration of the Extraordinary Form.

There isn’t a whole lot up there yet, but hopefully the rest of the proposed content will be online in a few days. Our priests need all the support and encouragement that they can get, and websites like this–run by brother priests-- are a really great start, I think.

Sancta Missa, Tutorial on the Latin Mass according to the 1962 Missale Romanum

This is a new website by the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius in Chicago. It includes a tutorial on celebrating the Traditional Mass for priests (including a new video of a Low Mass) and the rubrics for in the 1962 Missal. Other resources are coming.

Excellent site!

Wow they’ve really put some work into it. And finally Ritus Servandus in Celebratione Missae in English. :thumbsup:

But their Missale is an older copy.

Awesome, I can’t wait to go to one of these one day.

I see though that they observe the Second Confiteor.

Jon, I checked out your memorare link. What happened to your other blog?

We stopped posting there and it fell out of use. I started a new blog for my personal thoughts rather then a community project. The other blog is still up in case I or anyone else who was working on it wanted to revive it’s use.

Wow, I was just wandering over here to post that website and I got beat to it.

Congrats on being a bigger…Catholic Nerd than I am. :smiley:

Absolutely beautiful. I told my one of the priests at my parish about it yesterday.


That webpage is going to SKYROCKET to one of the top 10 Catholic webpages, especially once all the construction is finished.

That is a very important and very necessary resource.

Wow, that is a very impressive website. It is an excellent tool and a great idea.

What are the top ten now?

Catholig shows the top 20 in the blue sidebar on the left.

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