Featured Latin Mass Society of England and Wales: Canonical guidance on Traditionis Custodes External link Jul 23
Communique of the Superiors-General of the “Ecclesia Dei” Communities Sep 14
Confraternity Message from Fr. Reiner, F.S.S.P. External link Aug 30
Abp. Thomas Gullickson, former Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, on motu proprio: “It’s all about violence” External link Aug 12
Dom Alcuin Reid: Legislation cannot change historical facts. Nor can an act of legal positivism determine what is or is not part of the lex orandi of the Church External link Aug 12
Media: Cardinal Zen and Bishop Athanasius Schneider discuss the future of the traditional Latin Mass Aug 11
Media: Costa Rican Faithful hold day of prayer for the re-establishment of the traditional Mass at Apostolic Nunciature Aug 03
Cardinal Brandmüller on the Motu Proprio: “A law must be accepted to be valid” Jul 30
Podcast: Canonist Bishop Paprocki of Springfield, Illinois, discussing invoking canon 87 in response to Traditionis Custodes External link Jul 28
Bp. Rob Mutsaerts of ‘s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands: “Liturgy is not a toy of popes; it is the heritage of the Church” Jul 27
EWTN: Cardinals Burke and Müller discuss Motu Proprio with Raymond Arroyo Jul 25
EWTN: Raymond Arroyo, Fr. Gerald Murray, and Robert Royal discuss Motu Proprio Jul 25
Bishop Athanasius Schneider: “An almost one thousand-year-old… liturgical treasure is not the private property of a pope, which he can freely dispose of” External link Jul 25
Archbishop Fisher of Sydney highlights the richness and diversity within the Latin Rite and allows the Tridentine Mass to continue  Jul 24
Bishop Stika of Knoxville, Tennessee, invokes canon 87 and permits the traditional Latin Mass External link Jul 24
Priests in the Diocese of Savannah, Georgia, are granted permission to continue celebrating the traditional Mass by Bishop Parkes External link Jul 24
Bishop Tobin of Providence, Rhode Island, offers his support for the traditional Mass Jul 24
Bishop Rice reassures that there will be no change to the traditional Mass in the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau, Missouri External link Jul 24
‘Many Catholics are drawn close to Jesus through the extraordinary form… so I desire for it to remain present.’ – Bishop Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska External link Jul 23
Cardinal Burke on the Motu Proprio: ‘it is inconceivable that it could now be characterized as something detrimental to the unity of the Church’ External link Jul 23
Cardinal Mueller: ‘Instead of appreciating the smell of the sheep, the shepherd here hits them hard with his crook’ External link Jul 23
Vincent Cardinal Nichols of Westminster, England, grants continued permission for traditional Mass, states Pope Francis’ concerns are not reflective of his diocese External link Jul 22
Bishop Stephen Robson of the Diocese of Dunkeld, Scotland, permits the traditional Mass to continue External link Jul 22
Sir Edward Leigh MP speaks out in favour of the Tridentine Mass Jul 22
Archbishop Cordileone: Traditional Latin Mass will continue in San Francisco External link Jul 22
Christophe Geffroy: ‘the pope has legislated on the basis of an incomplete argument and false information’ External link Jul 22
Cardinal Zen speaks out about Traditionis Custodes External link Jul 21
Dr. Peter Kwasniewski: ‘Given its foundational falsehoods, does Traditionis Custodes lack juridical standing?’ External link Jul 21
Bishop Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield, Illinois, invokes canon 87 in providing protections to the Traditional Latin Mass in his diocese Jul 20
Dr. Roberto de Mattei: ‘the revocation of the individual priest’s free exercise of celebrating according to the liturgical books from before the reform of Paul VI is clearly an illegitimate act’ External link Jul 19
Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio grants continuation of Latin Mass throughout the Archdiocese of the Military Services, USA Jul 19
French Catholic Bishops Express ‘Esteem’ for Traditional Latin Mass Communities External link Jul 19
Pope Francis issues the apostolic letter Traditionis Custodes on ‘the use of the Roman Liturgy prior to the reforms of 1970’ Jul 16