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December Calendar

An expressed interest in attending more Latin Masses, and visiting more Latin Mass parishes, in the month of December has resulted in this publication of a December calendar. The calendar was designed for ease of use on mobile devices. It's vertical, streamlined and clutter-free. The calendar shows every Latin Mass that will be celebrated in the diocese, including times and locations for the feasts of the Immaculate Conception (Dec 8), Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and the Octave of Christmas (New Year's Day, feast of the Circumcision). Make special note of the rorate Masses on Dec 11 at St. Paul and......

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Update on the Situation in Our Diocese

If you haven't been made aware, there is an update on the situation in our diocese regarding the implementation of Traditionis Custodes, the motu proprio of Pope Francis targeting the Latin Mass for eventual elimination. The only information made public so far is that we can expect an eventual reduction or consolidation of Traditional Latin Masses in the Diocese of Cleveland. The number 3 is being thrown around, that is, a reduction of the 10 parishes currently offering regularly scheduled Latin Masses down to 3 parishes. It is important to note, that, unlike reports on social media indicating a decision......

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Oliver Plunkett Young Adult Club – Advent Retreat

Catholic young adults in Cleveland have an opportunity for an advent retreat at Mary Queen of Peace. See the information below. 2021-12-04 8am-2pm Mary Queen of Peace Eventbrite - Click Here Join the Oliver Plunkett Young Adult Club for a day-retreat including Latin Mass, reflections on Advent, Immaculate Heart of Mary, & more. 8:00am MQP Latin Mass & Opening of retreat 8:45am Adoration/meditation 9:15am Recitation of the Holy Rosary led by Fr. Doug Brown 9:35am Benediction 9:40am Breakfast (provided) 10:30am Advent talk by Fr. Doug Brown 11:10am Small groups 11:40am Talk by Fr. Daniel Bowen 12:10pm Break 12:30pm Lunch (provided)......

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heroic act of charity

Heroic Act of Charity

Would you be willing to increase your own suffering in purgatory in exchange for relieving the suffering of the souls there now? Would you be willing to keep that spiritual commitment for the rest of your life? The month of November is dedicated to the souls in purgatory. Those souls can do nothing to hasten their time of purification; they can merit nothing for themselves. They are completely dependent on the charity of the Church Militant, on the Communion of Saints. In 1885, Pope Leo XIII and the Sacred Congregation of Indulgences taught: "The Heroic Act of Charity in favor......

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Novena of Gratitude to the Christ Child

A Friend close to the Institute of Christ the King, Sovereign Priest sent in this Novena of Gratitude to the Christ Child. It seems like a fitting thing to do in preparation for the great feasts of All Saints and All Souls. Glory to Our King: Novena of Gratitude to the Christ Child From October 23 to October 31, the Institute of Christ the King invites everyone to join in a special spiritual opportunity: Giving Glory to Our King: Novena of Gratitude to the Christ Child. This prayer campaign aims to increase faith, hope, and gratitude to our Infant King.......

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Feast of All Saints

A Friend from St. Sebastian in Akron asked that this be posted: We will be having a Latin Mass to celebrate the Feast of All Saints Day, Monday November 1st at 5:00pm, St Sebastian's Church, 476 Mull Ave Akron. Questions; 330-869-0682. Comment below with additional Mass times or let us know by using the Submit An Event page. We'll add it to the listing....

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Under the Patronage of Pope St. Pius X and St. Joseph

Cleveland TLM Friends was founded in 2009 as an online resource for the small, but growing, community of Faithful Catholics attached to the ancient Roman rite. The mission has been to promote awareness of and participation in the Traditional Latin Mass in the diocese of Cleveland. In that time, the celebration of the TLM has grown from 3 parishes to now 10.


Under thy protection we seek refuge,
O Holy Mother of God;
In our needs, despise not our petitions,
but deliver us always from all dangers,
O Glorious and Blessed Virgin.