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and in that case the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive man. . .

Going back is the quickest way on.

- C.S. Lewis

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Una Voce & FSSP offer traditional Latin Mass training for priests

Una Voce America is pleased to announce a collaborative program with the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) designed to provide training for any priest interested in learning how to celebrate the traditional Latin Mass.
The first training sessions took place the first, second and fourth weeks of June 2007 at Our Lady of Guadalupe seminary in Denton, Nebraska, which is located in the diocese of Lincoln.  Session began on a Monday at noon and ended Friday at noon of that week.
Complete information here.

Read a review of the training by one of the first particpants.

 Future sessions are expected; details will be posted as available.

What you'll need

Resources you'll need for celebrating the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM), a/k/a Tridentine Mass

An altar missal - Roman Catholic Books has republished the 1962 Missale Romanum.
They've also recently republished Klaus Gamber's landmark Reform of the Roman Liturgy.

Booklet missals for the faithful - Coalition in Support of Ecclesia Dei publishes the de facto standard "red booklet", now in the second printing of the fourth edition. One hundred copies will cost you $240.

Other things you'll want or need

Propers for the red booklets - The propers printed in the red booklet, for Trinity Sunday, are correct only once a year. Una Voce Orange County provides the propers for the Sundays of the rest of the liturgical year (according to the 1962 calendar), formatted for a sheet to be folded and inserted into the red booklets. Free!

Contact Una Voce Pittsburgh by email: UnaVocePitt <at> gmail dot com