Sunday, August 28, 2022

National Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage in Washington, DC - 17 September 2022

From our friends at the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny:

Dear Friends,

Please consider making plans to attend this event in Washington and Arlington,  to show our support for our friends in the Washington area and to protest  recent cancellations of  the Traditional Mass:

Join us on Saturday September 17, 2022 at 9 AM for the National Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage. 

We will mark the 15th anniversary of Benedict XVI’s liberation of the Traditional Latin Mass, and make a public act of sorrow/support of what we will be losing as the Diocese of Arlington and Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. impose devastating new restrictions on the celebration of the TLM. 

The Arlington Diocese restrictions go into effect on September 8, while the Washington Archdiocese’s draconian implementation of the papal decree starts 13 days later on the 21st.
The pilgrimage will begin at 9 AM on Saturday, September 17 at the Cathedral of Saint Thomas More in Arlington, VA, will end when we reach St. Matthew’s Cathedral in DC, and should take about two hours. 
For updates, we now have an instagram, twitter, and Facebook page (all of which can be found @tlmpilgrimage on the respective apps), and we now have a website being 
Please share, as we want this to be as large as possible for such an occasion.

Visit their website:

Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Votive Mass for Defense of the Church this Friday August 26

Brother Knights,

With a widespread communist persecution breaking out against the Church in Nicaragua (and elsewhere), we wanted to encourage Knights, Councils and others in our network to consider asking their priests to offer a votive “Mass for the Defense of the Churchthis Friday August 26.

Since this Friday August 26 is a Feria day, a votive Mass (1962) can be offered for just these important situations and intentions.  The vestments are traditionally purple/violet and the Mass would not displace the actual intention scheduled at the parish for that Mass.

As many know, the Knights have long championed the Church’s liberty and were key in helping to support the Mexican Catholics during Calles’ persecution in the 1920s – one that gave many martyrs including six Knights:

If your priest is able to offer this votive Traditional Latin Mass (found in the 1962 Missal), the laity propers can be found at this parish’s website:

Additional upcoming Feria days to offer Masses are September 6, 7, and 13, 20 and 26.

Blessed Michael McGivney and the Mexican martyrs, pray for us!

Vivat Jesus!

Traditional Knights Latin Mass Network

Saturday, August 13, 2022

Second Feast of Bl. Michael McGivney

Today, Saturday August 13, is the feast day of Knights founder, Blessed Michael McGivney. 

His feast day falls between his date of birth, August 12, 1852, and his date of death, August 14, 1890. 

We encourage Knights to try and attend a Traditional Latin Mass today. Although he is not on the 1962 calendar, August 13 is a ferial day and a votive Mass for Any Necessity can be offered for Blessed Michael's canonization. 

To learn more about Blessed Michael, the Knights of Columbus has set up a resource page: 

Please also visit the Father Michael McGivney Prayer Guild:

Additionally, please see our own page about Blessed Michael McGivney:

Vivat Jesus!

Traditional Knights Latin Mass Network

Sunday, August 7, 2022

This Friday and Saturday: Vespers and Latin Mass for Blessed McGivney (Central NJ)

Brother Knights,

For those Knights in Central New Jersey, please see the below traditional 1962 liturgies that will be occurring this Friday and Saturday to commemorate the feast of Blessed McGivney. 

Note: The Mass is of the Dominican Rite, which is the Dominican Order's version of the Traditional Latin Mass of 1962 - offered by a Dominican priest. 

Vivat Jesus. 

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Introducing: How to Build Caskets for Stillborns and Miscarried Babies

Brother Knights,

Many families - including Knights - have been affected by a stillborn or miscarriage. It is a difficult, sorrowful, and often traumatic time for the parents and is only compounded by having to make for the funeral arrangements, including the purchase of a small casket.

Several Knights in our Network have also suffered in these circumstances and were inspired to act to help lessen the burden on other families who experience a stillborn or miscarriage.

After reading a January 2019 Knights of Columbus online article, several Knights of the Traditional Knights Latin Mass Network decided to develop a manual on how Knights or others (with little woodworking experience) can build small and dignified caskets and provide them free of charge to parents who recently suffered from a stillborn birth or miscarriage.

This was a collaborative project of Knights across several councils within our Network working together - demonstrating the potential of being a member of the Traditional Knights Latin Mass Network. This also ties into our mission as many parents of babies who are stillborn or miscarried have requested a Mass of the Angels.  This is a special Mass which can be said in the Traditional Latin Rite for babies who died with the grace of baptism.

To learn more see link below.

Manual: How to Build a Casket for a Stillborn or Miscarried Baby

Challenge: We also challenge Knights to use the manual and try to build one. 

The manual can also be found on our webpage:

What is the votive Mass of the Angels of 1962?

We welcome your feed back.  Please contact us at latinmassknights(at)  

Vivat Jesus!