Tremendous Growth in Helena/Bozeman/Livingston Areas Western Montana Catholics have shown a tremendous amount of support for the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) during the last few months. There are over 140 Catholics in and around the Bozeman area who are interested in attending the TLM. Fr. Tolleson and Fr. Lebsock have offered the Mass and trained the nearly 20 young men who are learning how to serve Mass. Due to the restrictions of the COVID -19 virus, space has been an issue, but we’ve been blessed to have been bumped up to the Cathedral of St. Helena due to our large attendance and social distancing protocols. 100-140 Catholics have attended the Sunday TLM at the Cathedral the past two months. Monsignor O’Neill and Bishop Vetter offered the use of the Cathedral since the chapel at Carroll College was too restrictive to meet our needs. Masses at the Cathedral are planned for February 14th and 28th. Please let us know if you would like to be admitted to our e-mail list to be notified about Latin Mass offerings in Montana. Also, please let us know if you are interested in learning to serve. Training sessions are offered in Belgrade or Helena.
Universae Ecclesiae is the official instruction from Ecclesia Dei regarding the application of Summorum Pontificum.
A great article from OnePeterFive outlining 10 good reasons to attend the Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form).