That’s a lot of cloistered communities to sift through to find the active ones. The active ones on this list in the United States are:
Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Still River)
The Missionary Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi are trying to get off the ground but aren’t there yet.
There are some active orders on the list that have a mix of TLM and English NO. What the list doesn’t tell you is the why. Some congregations would prefer to go exclusively TLM (Daughters of Mary, Israel’s Hope) comes to mind. Some feel it is a part of their apostolate to serve both (Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa). Some may simply have the TLM because a group of laity wanted it and asked the sisters of they could use the convent chapel:
Children of Mary
Family of Jacopa
Daughters of Mary, Israel’s Hope
Franciscan Daughters of Mary
Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa
Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church
Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
There is another fledling community in Missouri, but I cannot think of its name right now. I’ll let you know if I do.
Unfortunately for the TLM community, we’re just not there yet with the active communities. I think this list provided is pretty accurate.