Since my old thread was in the now locked Moto Proprio sub-forum, I am creating a new thread listing places that will/may start offering the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite after September 14. Keep in mind that some of this information comes from people posting online, so there is the chance that there may be inaccurate information.
Here is the original thread:
Additions to the list:
From the Catholic Answers Forums:
jstreets from Marine City MI writes
There has been an overwhelming number of people that have asked about it so far. And luckily enough we have a monsignor that lives in town and he said he would be more than happy to say the old form of the mass. This is quite a suprise to me because the Motu Proprio wasn’t even announced at our parish.
Guess my fellow parishoners did their homework.
We will introduce the traditional Latin Mass on Sunday at 8:30am Mass, beginning on November 11, continuing through November and December at this 8:30am Mass time. In January, 2008, we will decide whether to continue with the Extraordinary Rite at a regularly scheduled Sunday, 8:30am Mass time.
A monthly Mass will start in Rhode Island soon:
A daily Mass will soon be started in the San Diego soon:
In case anyone is interested, there will be a daily Mass, celebrated in the same manner
as in the the Roman Missal of 1962 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Hillcrest
at the corners of Washington, Polk and Normal Streets, beginning on September 14, 2007, at
12:15PM. Apparently Father Dillard, pastor of St. John’s, has read the letter, and gleaned
from it that his parish can offer that mass, and so they will. Father Rex Defor has been
pleased to be given that task. He will hear confessions at 11:45AM for those in need, and
offer Mass at 12:15PM. There will be daily masses as long as Father Rex Defor is present,
in town, to offer them.
From the comments section of wdtprs.com/blog/2007/08/norms-on-the-motu-proprio-imposed-on-priests-by-the-bp-of-san-diego/#comments