A collection of articles for those who are new to the Latin Mass or are unfamiliar with certain aspects of Catholic Faith.
First Timer to the Latin Mass? Just Visiting? pdf
Understanding the Traditional Latin Mass and Why it is Important to Attend pdf
Do You Know? #1 What is Septuagesima? pdf
Do You Know? #2 Stations of the Cross pdf
Do You Know? #3 Veiling in Church pdf
Do You Know? #4 Von Hildebrand on the Merits of the Latin Mass pdf
Do You Know? #5 Ash Wednesday pdf
Do You Know? #6 The Traditional Colours of Vestments Explained pdf
Do You Know? #7 Disposal of Religious Items
August 2020: Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
1st August: First Saturday - The Five First Saturday Devotions, requested by Our Lady of Fatima
4th August: St John Mary Vianney
7th August: First Friday - The Nine Friday Devotions
11th August: St Philomena
19th August: Fourth Apparition of Our Lady of Fatima
20th August: St Bernard of Clairvaux, Doctor of the Church
23rd August: St Rose of Lima
27th August: St Monica, Mother of St Augustine
31st August: Begin the Novena for the Nativity Our Lady, born on 8th September
Fast and Abstinence pdf
10 Ways to Get More Out of Lent pdf
Latin-English Missals available at the Chapel
Treasure and Tradition: The ultimate guide to the Latin Mass
This beautiful book was created and meticulously researched by author Lisa Bergman, in response to a lack of informative guides to help her understand the Latin Mass. Superbly photographed and illustrated, Treasure and Tradition
translates the Latin Mass, guides when
to stand, kneel and sit, and has wealth of
information on the history of the Latin
Mass and everything used within it.
Lisa Bergman. 2014. Treasure and
Tradition: The ultimate guide to the Latin
Mass. St. Augustine Academy Press,
Homer Glen, Illinois.
A collection of useful websites/webpages.
An extensive list of hundreds of books for download regarding Our Lord, the Blessed Virgin, the lives of saints, writings and sermons of saints, miracles, prophecies, apparitions, and books for children.
The Vatican International Exhibition details over one hundred and fifty Eucharistic Miracles from twenty countries around the world, where the Holy Eucharist has either changed from bread and wine to Flesh and Blood, or the Host has shown images of Our Lord.
Knowledge brings us closer to Our Lord and our faith. The homily during the Mass is usually about the Reading (or Readings for Novus Ordo Masses) and the Gospel. Here are a collection of homilies and talks by priests that you will not usually hear about.
Movies About Saints
There are some wonderful old and new movies about saints. These ones can be found on YouTube.
Very moving movie about St. Bernadette of Lourdes. The Blessed Virgin appeared to her in a miserable grotto and the site in France is now a famous place of pilgrimage. She was born in 1844 and died at the age of thirty-five and her body remains incorrupted. Her feast day is April 16. Suitable for children to watch.
Not a movie about the life of a particular saint but still a beautiful Catholic-themed movie. It is a story about a fictional boy named Pepino who journeyed to the Vatican in the hope of seeing the Pope and asking permission to bring his dying donkey to the tomb of St. Francis in order to save her life. Suitable for children to watch.
St. Joseph of Cupertino, Italy, was a simple young man who was sent to live in a monastery. To the surprise of many, he became a priest and went on to have a life with many ecstasies and levitations. He was born in 1603 and died at the age of sixty. His feast day is September 18. Suitable for children to watch.
A very moving and powerful movie about Karol Wojtyla of Poland. Karol was a writer and actor who endured Nazi occupation and suffered great loss, found his calling and eventually became Pope John Paul II. He was later made a saint. He was born in 1920 and died at the age of eighty-four. His feast day is October 22. This movie has war scenes and is not suitable for children to watch.
There are copies of Latin-English Missals available to borrow during the Latin Mass. The Latin words and English translations are written side by side and there is a guide of when to stand, kneel and sit. The maroon coloured missals are available for purchase. All missals are available from the foyer of the chapel.