Worthwhile Links

LINKS WORTH LOOKING AT:
Opinions or positions found on the following websites do not necessarily reflect the position of the Brigittini Servitores SSI.
Categories:
1. Information on Traditional Latin liturgy
2. Information on topics of interest for those interested in the traditional Latin liturgy
3. Societies of apostolic life offering the Tridentine Mass
4. Religious orders and communities adhering to the Latin traditional liturgy
5. Brigittine Communities 
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1. Information on Traditional Latin liturgy
I.  The complete Breviarium Romanum in Latin, English and Hungarian
of several versions (i.e. 1960 and previous versions
(from the side panel of Rorate Caeli)
II. Sancta Missa
This website of the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius has liturgical texts, commentaries on the liturgy and instructive videos on celebrating and serving the Tridentine Mass.
III. Angelus Press
This is the publishing organ of the SSPX. It carries a large selection of Catholic books. It is also a useful source of liturgical texts and calendars, following the 1962 Missal and Divine Office.
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2. Information on topics of interest for those interested in the traditional  Latin liturgy
I. The Latin Mass Society in England
This website has the best and quite a complete archive of articles on the traditional movement:
II.Rorate Caeli
Fresh items appear almost daily, giving a place of importance to our Holy Father Benedict XVI and to his sayings. There is also generous space for events among the followers of the Traditional Latin liturgy of the Catholic Church.
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3. Societies of apostolic life offering the Tridentine  Mass
I. Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter
Canonical status: regular
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II. Institute of Christ the KIng
Canonical status: regular
III. Society of Saint Pius X
Their canonical status is still irregular, but their Holy Masses are valid. For further information see the letter of the Ecclesia Dei Commission on January 18, 2003 in the Archives of http://www.latin-mass-society.org/
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4. Religious orders and communities adhering to the Latin traditional liturgy
This is a partial list of religious communities following the Latin traditional liturgy, mainly those with whom we are in touch:

I. Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorists), Golgotha Monastery Island, Papa Stronsay, Orkney Islands KW17 2AR, United Kingdom  http://www.papastronsay.com/contact/index.php

II. Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey (Benedictines), 5804 West Monastery Road, Hulbert, OK 74441-5698 http://www.clearcreekmonks.org/

III. Benedictine Sisters of Clear Creek, Queen of Angels Priory, 5813 W. St. Martha’s Lane, Hulbert OK 74441 http://www.clearcreeksisters.org/

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5. Brigittine Communities 

At present, only the Brigittine Servitores Sanctissimi Salvatoris Institute  is using the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite exclusively; the other communities are celebrating the Novus Ordo Mass and Liturgy of the Hours in the vernacular, but have the Tridentine Mass occasionally:

I. The Brigittine Monks of Amity, Oregon, USA: http://www.brigittine.org/  Their website has links to many existing Brigittine communities worldwide

II. Sancta Birgittas Kloster Pax Mariae, Vadstena, Sweden: http://www.birgittaskloster.se/?h=2&l=eng Their website gives much information about Brigittine history and other documents about Brigittine customs and tradition.

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