Non-Ordinary Form Masses and Divine Liturgies

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The Eucharist is the highest of the Catholic Sacraments, the Sacramentum Sacramentorum, the source and summit of our spiritual Life. Catholics should be able to worship in whatever form of the Eucharistic Liturgy spiritually nourishes them best, and to do so with ease.

 

At Saint John Bosco High School (Central Oregon, USA), we believe in contributing to the wider community through service while pursuing our educational efforts. As part of our students' Catholic liturgical education, this page is an ongoing student-assisted project to make it easier to find Sunday Non-Ordinary Form Masses and Divine Liturgies for those who are traveling or considering visiting Catholic parishes that offer these variations in communion with the Roman Pontiff*. These include the Extraordinary Form or Usus Antiquior and the Ordinariate Form or "Anglican Use" of the Latin Rite, as well as Eastern Rites like the Maronite and Byzantine Rites.

 

For locating any and all Catholic Masses and Divine Liturgies irrespective of Form or Rite, including the Ordinary Form of the Latin Rite, we recommend using TheCatholicDirectory.com. The map above is for locating parishes that offer non-Ordinary Form Eucharistic Liturgies on (liturgical) Sundays.

 

It is always best to confirm by calling ahead if you are planning on visiting a parish for the first time. We have merely collected information from online sources and present it below in an easy-to-reference format and make no guarantee it is correct, though we will try to keep it up-to-date. The graphical interface below makes it very easy to find extra-Ordinary Sunday Eucharistic Liturgies near you and to plan accordingly.

 

If you find this map useful, we encourage you to prayerfully consider making a donation to Saint John Bosco High School (Central Oregon, USA) to support our efforts to provide a Catholic classical education to virtuous scholars in grades 9 through 12, and to serve the larger Catholic community through education.

*Given the controversial status of the SSPX and its parishes, we have refrained from including them here until the Vatican has regularized their situation. We do this out of caution, and by this omission we do not intend any comment regarding their (potentially evolving) status with regard to the Vatican.

Sources:

 

1. TheCatholicDirectory.com

2. https://ordinariate.net/parishfinder, Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, North American "Anglican" Ordinariate

3. http://www.ordinariate.org.uk/groups/groups.php, Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, British "Anglican" Ordinariate

4. http://www.ordinariate.org.au/ordinariate-congregations/, Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross, West Pacific "Anglican" Ordinariate

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