I have found lots of resources for Latin Prayers on the web. I would not worry if you happen to find some from a SSPX site. While they are schismatic, the prayers are far older than the SSPX. I have found prayers on some of their sites I could not find elsewhere, such as the confiteor.
MP3’s in Latin: sfu.ca/classics/latin/ecclesia/
You might find some here:
Here is one example of a collection put out by a SSPX organization. In no way to I condone their actions, but I also recognize that these prayers all came into existence long before they have. Some prayers found here, I have been unable to find any place else in Latin. English yes; Latin no.
I love Latin as it is so graceful in sound, imho.
One word of caution. When you see pronounciation guides telling you to pronounce an “e” like a long “a”, make sure you say it like the “e” in “let”.
Sound out Iesu (Jesu) Christu and Spiritu.
If you do it the americanized way you get:
If you do it in good, european sounding latin, you get:
Yezu Cdddristu (the ddd i put in to simulate rolling the r, which takes practice but sounds better).
There is a free downloadable eccliastical latin course online, but I don’t have the link atm and couldn’t find it. Maybe someone else will see it before I can get back on. IT teaches you the basics of Latin using church language.