Latin Mass Montana

Latin Mass Montana is a non-profit organization in the Diocese of Helena, Montana, working to revitalize the Catholic Faith by facilitating the integration of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass (the Traditional Latin Mass) in the Roman Catholic parishes of Western Montana.

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First Latin Mass in Townsend A Success

09.19.2016 Father Bart Tolleson celebrated the first Extraordinary Form Mass in many years at Holy Cross Parish…

Special Mass at Frenchtown on September 11

08.17.2016 Fr. Chris Hathaway of the FSSP (originally from Montana) will be celebrating Mass at Frenchtown on September…

Book Review: Resurgent in the Midst of Crisis

08.03.2016 Latin Mass Montana's president, Dave Wrobleski, offers a quick review of the book, Resurgent in the Midst…

Great Falls Marian Conference with Daily Solemn High Masses

08.03.2016 Corpus Christi Parish in Great Falls, MT will be giving a Marian Conference: Mater Misericordiae, Sunday…

Growth in Helena and Townsend

07.19.2016 Led by Fr. Bart Tolleson, now of Holy Cross in Townsend, the Helena area will have two Latin Masses (Extraordinary…

Resources

Universae Ecclesiae: Instructions on Implementation of Summorum Pontificum

Universae Ecclesiae is the official instruction from Ecclesia Dei regarding the application of Summorum Pontificum.

10 Reasons to Attend the Latin Mass

A great article from OnePeterFive outlining 10 good reasons to attend the Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form).

Latin Mass Montana Introductory Flyer

Here's a flyer with basic information about Latin Mass Montana and our Mass locations that you can print and share with your friends.

Article: Taking Summorum Pontificum Out of the Trenches

An article reflecting on the eighth anniversary of Summorum Pontificum and how we can resolve the misunderstandings related to implementation.

Article: A New Look at the Old Mass

An article from a diocesan priest who reflects on how the Traditional Mass is essential to renewal in the Church.