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Resources for the Extraordinary Form of the Mass

(Traditional Latin Mass):

For the Celebrant:

Rubrics for the 1962 Roman Missal

- A link to the priest's instructions (Ritus Servandus) for the Mass of the 1962 Roman Missal, as translated by Fr. Dennis Duvelius for the Latin Liturgy Association.

Celebrant's Guide for the Traditional Latin Mass

- 48 numbered pages on 24 sides and 12 sheets of paper, in landscape orientation and .pdf format:
Contains the Latin text of the Traditional Latin Mass with abbreviated rubrics in English. These are presented in a side-by-side, easy-to-use format. Intended to provide a starting point for learning the Traditional Latin Mass. When duplex printed on its left (short) edge, spine stapled, and folded in half, it becomes a standard booklet size (5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches) portable study guide.

Celebrant's Guide Cover Template

- 4 "pages" on 2 sides and 1 sheet of paper, in landscape orientation and .odt format: May be used as a template to create a custom cover for the Guide. (Consider 65-80 lb cardstock for the cover.)

Rituals beyond Low Mass

- 11 pages, portrait, pdf: Contains the rubrics for rituals like incensing in a Missa Cantata, the Asperges me and Vidi aquam, and the Blessing of the Palms that occur before, during, or after Mass. Intended to provide a priest new to the Traditional Latin Mass with the English instructions for these rituals.

Set of Altar Cards for the Traditional Latin Mass

- 3 pages (8.5 x 14 Legal), landscape, pdf: A basic set of printable altar cards for the TLM. These can be produced (ideally using a color printer) on three sheets of legal paper, the right and left cards cut to size, and all three laminated, and / or framed. Pale yellow paper provides a more pleasing result and some find it easier to read.

Sample Plan for Implementing a Traditional Latin Mass

- 2 pages, portrait, pdf: An actual planning document for implementing a Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form). As such, it has both generic and location-specific tasks. Intended as a place to start evaluation of a potential project for a TLM.

Vesting Prayers

- 1 page, portrait, pdf: The vesting prayers in Latin and English. Intended to be printed, laminated, framed, and posted in the sacristy.

Standard Conclusions to Prayers

- 1 page, portrait, pdf: The standard endings to the Collects, Secrets, and Postcommmunions in Latin and English. Intended to be memorized by any priest who wants to offer the Sacrifice of the Mass in the Extraordinary Form.


Latin Mass Audio

- 15 minute soundtrack, mp3: An approximation of what the standard prayers and responses should sound like in Latin.