Traditional Catholic Links

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Mosaic of Papal Tiara in St. Peters. Photo courtesy of Fr. Lawrence Lew OP

These are mainly links to websites and weblogs pertinent to the Traditional Catholicism this site aspires to express and support. Not all are traditionalist—though all have real merit, we believe. This should not, of course, be taken as an unqualified endorsement of all content within these sites— some of which we may be in profound disagreement with!

This is also very much a list in process. (And we may not have everything in the right place!)

Traditional Catholic Resources, Fraternities, Networks

The Holy See

International Federation Una Voce

Ecclesia Dei

The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter

The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest

The Institute of the Good Shepherd

Society of St. Pius X

New Liturgical Movement


Rorate Caeli



Finding the Latin Mass

Latin Mass Schedule (Find the Latin Mass in the USA.)

Latin Mass Society of England and Wales (Find locations for the Latin Mass and more.)

Unavoce Scotland (Find the Latin Mass in Scotland.)

Latin Mass Society of Ireland

WikkiMissa (Find the Latin Mass throughout the World)

Traditional Catholic Publishers

Angelico Press

Arouca Press

Tumblar House

Os Justi

TAN Books

Sophia Institute Press

Loreto Publications

Romanitas Press

Mediatrix Press

My Own Books from Angelico and Arouca Press

Foreword for Monarchy by Roger Buck

Other (Mainly) Traditional Catholic Sites and Weblogs

Weblogs from the Ordained

Forest Murmurs

The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Meeting Christ in the Liturgy


Saint Mary Magdalen

The Ultramontanist

Valle Adurni

Vultus Christi

What Does the Prayer Really Say?

From the Lay Faithful

Laudem Gloriae

All the Little Epsilons

Charles A. Coulombe

A Catholic Life

Tea at Trianon

Musings of an Old Curmudgeon

Le Fleur de Lys too

Singulare Ingenium

Chronicles of Atlantis

Suffering World

The Distributist Review

Young Catholic Adults UK

Catholic with Attitude

Roman Christendom

Thoughts from an Oasis in French Catholicism

In Hoc Signo Vinces

The Muniment Room

The Inn at the End of the World

Our Lady´s Tears

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Catholics Concerned for Culture

Catholics Unplug Your Televisions

The Tradition on the Blessed Isle

This site aspires to develop a special support to the Holy Tradition in Ireland …

Irish Catholics Board (Recommended Forum)

Fr Gabriel Burke

Vultus Christi

The Brandsma Review

Telling It Like It Is

Saint Conleth´s Catholic Heritage Association

Irish Monarchist

Lux Occulta

Loyal Views

Irish Papist

The Thirsty Gargoyle

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Books from Roger Buck

Foreword for Monarchy by Roger Buck

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6 responses to “Traditional Catholic Links”

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  3. Traditius Avatar

    Excellent site!

  4. Jack Avatar

    Are not Eastern Catholics, and in particular those of the Byzantine liturgical tradition, Traditional Catholics as well,?

    1. Joe Piroli Avatar
      Joe Piroli

      I would definitely consider Byzantine Catholics traditional. However, I suppose it would depend on how much they are influenced by the liberalism in the Roman Chruch’s leadership and practice.

  5. Matthew Avatar
    Matthew is also a great site with a focus on Traditional Catholic catechesis.

  6. Virgo Sacrata Avatar

    We also suggest VIRGO SACRATA ( : Our Lady’s Rosary Maker and Traditional Catholic Resource. Thank you.

  7. Stephen Arabadjis Avatar
    Stephen Arabadjis

    To whom it may concern,

    My name is Fr. Stephen Arabadjis. I am a member of the Society of St. Pius X. But I am in my 7th year of Sabbatical.
    Therefore I was hoping your group could do a 54 day rosary novena for my intentions. But any prayers and sacrifices would be greatly appreciated. I know Our Lady will reward you generously for this.

    In Our Lady,
    Fr. Arabadjis

    P.S. Thanking you in advance, since I don’t always get all my communications.

    1. roger Avatar

      I am sorry Father. This site has been inactive lately and I did not see this till long after you posted it. But I say a prayer for you now . . .