Latin Mass Montana

Latin Mass Montana is a non-profit organization in Montana, working to revitalize the Catholic Faith by facilitating the integration of the Traditional Latin Mass (1962) in the Roman Catholic parishes of Montana.

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St. Richard Traditional Latin Mass Community Prayer Initiative

02.25.2022 The St. Richard TLM parishioners are encouraging all of good will to pray the St. Patrick Breastplate…

Raymond Arroyo Highlights Diocese of Helena TLM Situation on EWTN

02.18.2022 Raymond Arroyo and his commentators Rob Royal and Fr. Gerald Murray address Bishop Vetter's decision…

How You Can Help Restore Access to the TLM in the Helena Diocese

02.15.2022 Recently, Bishop Vetter decided to exercise his option to cancel the Traditional Latin Masses (1962 Missal)…

Transcript of Fr. Raftis TLM Cancellation Homily

02.09.2022 This is the full transcript of Fr. Raftis' homily, provided by Fr. Raftis: In holy obedience to the…

Bishop Vetter Cancels All 1962 Latin Masses in Diocese of Helena

02.08.2022 On February 1, 2022, Bishop Vetter made the decision to rescind his original position regarding the continuation…


St. Patrick Breastplate Prayer - TLM Restoration Novena

Join many of the faithful of the Diocese of Helena in a novena of St. Patrick's Breastplate prayer for the restoration of the TLM in the Diocese of Helena.

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.