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Happy new year!

Happy new year to all our friends and benefactors throughout the world!

Mass welcoming in the new year in Tehran

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The Mass of the Ages

An historical reconstruction from Sweden of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the Roman Rite as it would have been celebrated on the 18th Sunday after Pentecost, 4th October, 1450.

The booklet New Mass or Traditional Mass: A question of Faith provides 60 reasons why, in conscience, faithful Catholics should not assist at the Novus Ordo Missae of Paul VI, whether in the Latin or the vernacular, whether celebrated facing the people or towards the East.

Compiled by priests of the Diocese of Campos in Brazil in the early 1980’s the study was accurately translated into English and is published by The Saint George Educational Trust.

New Mass or Traditional Mass? A Question of Faith

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The excellent study put forth by the priests of Campos under Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer in the 1980’s, has lost none of its relevance today. On the contrary, after more than thirty years, the “60 reasons to return to the Traditional Mass” mercilessly question every priest and member of the faithful who wish to remain truly Catholic.

New Mass or Traditional Mass A Question of Faith