Thursday, February 8, 2024

VIDEO: The Importance of the Latin Language in the Liturgy

Brother Knights,

We are pleased to share the video of our first webinar, The Importance of the Latin Language in the Liturgy, with fellow Knight, Raymond de Souza. We were grateful for Brother Raymond’s time and thank those who joined us for the informative talk.


The video can be viewed here: 




We received positive feedback from the event and plan to do more of them with Brother Raymond. Stay tuned.


A few resources mentioned during or after the talk:




  • Veterum Sapientia Institute – Founded by some tradition minded Catholics (and Latinists), it offers beginner and higher level online courses in Latin and also Greek. One can earn certificates and diplomas. Open to both religious and laity, it’s also accredited by the Vatican.


Vivat Jesus

Traditional Knights Latin Mass Network

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Carmelite Lenten Offering: Enroll Your Loved Ones in 40 Days of Masses

Brother Knights,

Lent begins next Wednesday February 14. In preparation, we share a wonderful annual Lenten offering by the traditional Carmelite Hermits of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in Fairfield, PA which you can begin to enroll in today. The deadline to enroll is Tuesday February 13 (day before Lent).
The Hermits will be offering the following during Lent:  

  • 40 Traditional Latin Masses (Carmelite Rite)
  • 40 days of praying the Divine Office (and other daily prayers), and;
  • 40 days of fasting and penance

Enroll those most in need to benefit from 40 Masses and 40 days of prayer and penance offered by the Discalced Hermits of Our Lady of Mount Carmel this Lent. Anyone can be enrolled but especially it is beneficial for those in need of conversion, healing, or strength.

Although the enrollment is free, the Hermits survive entirely on alms from the laity, and as such please consider a donation to help support their apostolate. A few members of Hermits’ community are brother Knights. To learn more and enroll, visit: and also see this inspiring video



No human tongue can enumerate the favors that trace back to the Sacrifice of the Mass. The sinner is reconciled with God; the just man becomes more upright; sins are wiped away; vices are uprooted; virtue and merit increase; and the devil’s schemes are frustrated.” – Saint Lawrence Justinian