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Official Traditional Catholic Directory

This Department Is Provided as a Courtesy to the TRADITIO Network
By the National Registry of Traditional Latin Masses
An Independent Organization Separate from the TRADITIO Network

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OFFICIAL TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY
LISTING ALL TRADITIONAL LATIN MASSES AND TRADITIONAL RESOURCES
FOR NORTH AMERICA
CURRENT MONTHLY REVISED EDITION


2015 OFFICIAL TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY

THE 20TH ANNUAL EDITION (2015) OF THE OFFICIAL TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, LISTING ALL TRADITIONAL LATIN MASSES AND TRADITIONAL RESOURCES FOR NORTH AMERICA, HAS BEEN PUBLISHED. THE 2015 ANNUAL USE FEE IS NOW DUE FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO USE THE 2015 EDITION AND ITS MONTHLY UPDATE EDITIONS.


Those who have paid the Annual Use Fee to use the previous year's Original Edition and Monthly Revised Editions must pay the Annual Use Fee for the current year, if they wish to use the current year's Original Edition and Monthly Revised Editions.

The Official Traditional Catholic Directory is issued since 2006 as an eBook in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, not in paperback. This format allows the Registry to revise the Directory monthly instead of annually. You can obtain a printed copy, if you wish, by printing out the PDF file. To view, download, or print the current Monthly Revised Edition of the Directory, you must have the free Adobe Reader [PDF] plug-in installed for your internet browser.)

A small Annual Use Fee applies to your use of the eBook Directory. This small fee allows us to continue publication of the Directory and has not been raised since 1994. If you have chosen to use this eBook, please submit the required Annual Use Fee of $10.00 to the National Registry of Traditional Latin Masses via the PayPal "Make a Donation" box to the left. If you need to use a paper check or cash, E- mail the National Registry for instructions. This Annual Use Fee entitles you to use, on any machine you own, the current year's Original Edition and Monthly Revised Editions. This small Annual Use Fee entitles you to view, download, and print pages of the eBook for your own personal use, but not to edit, copy, publish, or otherwise distribute the eBook, in whole or in part, for any purpose.


About the National Registry of Traditional Latin Masses

PLEASE SEND LISTING UPDATES TO THE NATIONAL REGISTRY OF TRADITIONAL LATIN MASSES (registry@traditio.com), AN INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION SEPARATE FROM THE TRADITIO NETWORK.

The National Registry of Traditional Latin Masses (registry@traditio.com), in operation since 1994, maintains the only complete list, by sponsoring organization, of the approximately 800 Traditional Catholic Latin Masses in the pre-Vatican II Roman Rite, regularly and publicly celebrated in North America, as well as contacts for Mass sites outside North America. It also maintains a list of traditional Catholic periodicals, suppliers, organizations, seminaries, religious orders, lay societies, retreats, schooling, and a necrology of traditional Catholic priests.

The Registry publishes its listings in the 200-page Official Traditional Catholic Directory annually, as well as monthly revised editions. About one-third of the information changes each year, so previous annual editions are obsolete and may cause substantial inconvenience if the outdated information is relied upon. This indispensable book for the traditional Catholic includes:

  1. the only comprehensive list by sponsoring organization of the approximately 800 Traditional Latin Masses in the perpetually-approved pre-Vatican II Roman Rite, regularly and publicly celebrated in North America
  2. contacts for Traditional Latin Mass sites outside North America and in Rome
  3. the most complete list of suppliers for everything that is traditionally Catholic: artwork, audiotapes, Bibles, books, church and chapel supplies, devotional items, Gregorian Masses, liturgical calendars, medals, monstrances, music, scapulars, stationery, traditional incense and communion breads, software, statues, veils, vestments, videotapes, and much more
  4. complete lists and contact information for traditional Catholic periodicals, organizations, seminaries, religious orders, lay societies, retreats, and schooling
  5. general information and documents on traditional liturgy and practice, such as Quo Primum, De Defectibus, traditional fast and abstinence, indulgences, a warning against "pseudo-traditional" services, and more
  6. a necrology of traditional Catholic priests


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