List of communities using the Tridentine Mass

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Countries in blue where Tridentine Mass is offered by some religious communities in communion with the Holy See. There is also a website, Latin Mass directory, that has an updated list of Tridentine Masses around the world.

This List of communities using the Tridentine Mass includes priestly societies and religious institutes which use some pre-1970 edition of the Roman Missal or of a similar missal in communion with the Holy See. In the following list, all societies are considered canonically regular by the Catholic Church, so the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX or FSSPX) is not included. Most use a pre-1970 edition of the Roman Missal, usually 1962 Missal, but some follow other Latin liturgical rites and thus celebrate not the Tridentine Mass but a form of liturgy permitted under the 1570 papal bull Quo primum.

The use of a pre-1970 Roman Missal has never been prohibited by the Catholic Church. Despite never being suppressed by the Church, it was rarely used post-Vatican II. To clarify the fact that the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite has never been abrogated and expand the liturgy's use, Pope Benedict XVI issued in 2007 a motu proprio titled Summorum Pontificum. In 2021, Pope Francis abrogated these more expansive permissions with his motu proprio Traditionis custodes, seeking to emphasize the celebration of the more commonly used Ordinary Form of the Mass.

Many of these communities describe themselves as traditionalist.

Male religious[edit]

Exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

For religious institutes affiliated with the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX), see SSPX-affiliated religious orders.

International

Australia

Czech Republic

France

Germany

  • Institute of St. Philip Neri – Berlin[17]

Ireland

Italy

Spain

  • Fraternitas Christi Sacerdotis et Beatae Mariae Reginae[24]
  • Oasis de Jesús Sacerdote[25]

United States

Not exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

International

  • Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate (Houses in: Argentina | Austria | Benin | Brazil | Cameroon | France | Italy | Nigeria | Philippines | Portugal | United States)[citation needed]
  • Fraternitas Beatissimae Virginis Mariae: Comunitates Iesus Sacerdos et Rex (Fraternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Community of Jesus Priest and King) (Houses in: Bagnoregio, Rome, and Genoa, Italy | Mailley le Château, France)[40][41]
  • Miles Christi (Soldiers of Christ) (Houses in: Argentina | Italy | Mexico | United States)[citation needed]
  • Servi Jesu et Mariae (Servants of Jesus and Mary) (Houses in: Austria | Belgium | France | Germany | Kazakhstan)[42]

Australia

  • The Brisbane Oratory[43]

Canada

Czech Republic

England

France

  • Fraternity of St Joseph the Guardian[51]

Ireland

Italy

  • Opus Mariae Matris Ecclesiae – Lunigiana[52]

United States

The Cincinnati Oratory

Wales

  • The Cardiff Oratory[62]

Do not offer Mass themselves

Priestly institutes[edit]

Exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

International

Female religious[edit]

Exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

For religious institutes affiliated with the Society of Saint Pius X, see SSPX-affiliated religious orders.

International

Australia

  • Discalced Carmelites of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph – Mathoura, New South Wales[68]

Colombia

England

  • Carmelite Monastery of the Annunciation – Birkenhead[70]

France

  • Abbaye Notre-Dame de L'Annonciation (The Benedictine Nuns of Le Barroux) – Le Barroux[71]
  • Chanoinesses de la Mère de Dieu (Canonesses of the Mother of God) – Azille[72]
  • Dominicaines du Saint-Esprit (The Dominican Sisters of the Holy Ghost) (Houses in: Pontcalec | La Baffe | Draguignan | Nantes | Saint Cloud)[73]
  • Religieuses Victimes du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus – Chavagnes-en-Paillers[74]

Liechtenstein

  • Sisters of the Precious Blood – Schellenberg[75]

Mexico

  • Religiosas Ecuménicas de Guadalupe – Tijuana, Baja California[76]

New Zealand

Spain

  • Oasis de Jesús Sacerdote (The Oasis of Jesus Priest)[25]

Sweden

  • Marias Lamm, Sankt Josefs Kloster, Lannavaara[78]

Switzerland

United States

  • Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles – Gower, Missouri[79]
  • Brigittini Servitores Sanctissimi Salvatoris Institute – Tyler, Texas[80]
  • Discalced Carmelites of the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph – Elysburg, Pennsylvania[81]
  • Discalced Carmelites of the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph – Fairfield, Pennsylvania[82]
  • Discalced Carmelites of the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph – Valparaiso, Nebraska[83]
  • Discalced Carmelite Nuns of the Monastery of the Little Flower of Jesus – Buffalo, New York[84]
  • Dominican Nuns of the Monastery of the Heart of Jesus – Lockport, Louisiana[citation needed]
  • Filiae Laboris Mariae (Daughters of Mary's Labor) – Minneapolis, Minnesota[85]
  • Missionary Sisters of Saint Francis of Assisi – Diocese of Youngstown, Ohio[86]
  • Servants of the Children of Light – Mandan, North Dakota[87][88]
  • Sisters, Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary at the Saint Benedict Center – Still River, Massachusetts[31]

Not Exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

International

  • Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate (Missions in: Philippines | Kazakhstan | Holy Land | United States | Brazil | Argentina | Benin | Nigeria | Italy | United Kingdom | Poland | Portugal)[89]
    • Contemplative Sisters of the Immaculate (Houses in: Imperia and Perugia, Italy | Cebu, Philippines)[90]
  • Trinitarians of Mary (Houses in: San Diego and West Covina, California | Lowell, Michigan | Guadalajara and Tecate, Mexico)[91][92]

England

France

Italy

  • Fraternitas Beatissimae Virginis Mariae: Comunitas Agnus Dei (Fraternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Community of the Lamb of God) – (Houses in: Bagnoregio | Gavi)[96][41]

Catholic female orders and societies United States

  • Children of Mary – Ohio (Houses in: Cincinnati | Newark)[97][98]
  • The Contemplatives of St. Joseph Monastic Order – San Francisco, California[99][100][101]
  • Discalced Carmelites of the Carmel of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel – Morristown, New Jersey[citation needed]
  • Discalced Carmelites of the Carmelite Monastery of the Infant of Prague – Traverse City, Michigan[102]
  • Discalced Carmelite Nuns of the Carmel of the Holy Spirit – Littleton, Colorado[103]
  • Discalced Carmelite Nuns of the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph – Kensington, California[104]
  • Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel's Hope – Tulsa, Oklahoma[105]
  • Dominican Nuns of the Monastery of St. Jude – Marbury, Alabama[106]Dominican Rite and Tridentine Mass[107]
  • Franciscan Daughters of Mary – Covington, Kentucky[108]
  • Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts (Houses in: Connecticut | Philadelphia, PA | Riverdale, MD | Washington, DC)[109]
  • Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa – Santa Rosa, California[110]
  • Norbertine Canonesses – Tehachapi, California[111]Premonstratensian Rite
  • Poor Clare Nuns of Annunciation Monastery – Minooka, Illinois[112]
  • Poor Sisters of St. Clare at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery – Fort Wayne, Indiana[113]
  • Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church – Spokane, Washington[114]
  • Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus – Cresson, Pennsylvania[citation needed]

Lay organizations promoting the Extraordinary Form of the Mass[edit]

Exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

International

  • International Una Voce Federation[115]

Australia

  • Latin Mass Society of Australia[116]

Canada

England and Wales

  • Latin Mass Society of England & Wales[118]

Germany

  • Pro Missa Tridentina[119]

Korea

  • Traditional Latin Mass Korea[120]

Netherlands

  • Ecclesia Dei Foundation[121]

New Zealand

  • Ecclesia Dei Society of New Zealand[122]

United States

  • Catholic Traditionalist Movement[123]
  • Coalition Ecclesia Dei[124]
  • Latin Mass Society USA[125]
  • Paulus Institute for the Propagation of Sacred Liturgy[126]

Not Exclusively Extraordinary Form Mass

England and Wales

  • Association for Latin Liturgy[128]

Netherlands

  • Vereniging voor Latijnse Liturgie[129]

United States

  • Latin Liturgy Association[130]
  • Society for Catholic Liturgy[131]

Others[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  60. ^ "Eucharist". Knights of the Holy Eucharist. Retrieved 2019-06-19. The Knights are to be well trained in serving both the Extraordinary Form (Traditional Latin Mass) and the Ordinary Form (Novus Ordo) of the Mass
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