ACTION ITEM! Traditional Latin Mass Survey ONLINE

The Christus Vincit Foundation has launched a Traditional Latin Mass survey.


Some of the questions are… meh….  However, take the survey anyway.  It’ll take just a couple of minutes.  It doesn’t ask for many comments.

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  1. JustaSinner says:

    Do we get extra credit for giving the written statements in Latin?

  2. JakeMC says:

    There seems to be a problem at the site at the moment; I just tried to go to the survey, and there were no questions at all, just a notice saying you could answer the questions “below”…only there was nothing below the notice, and no link to go further.

  3. hwriggles4 says:

    My newer bishop (he has been here almost three years) is more “tradition friendly.” I hope he gets to stay here a while.

  4. WVC says:

    @JakeMC – might be your web browser. I just finished the survey without any problems.

  5. Veronica scriptor velum says:

    I don’t live in the USA, but I took the survey anyway.
    I wish with all my heart I could attend the holy TLM every day, or at least every Sunday, but where I live (far from any TLM community) I have to be content with just one a month, when a visiting priest comes a very long distance to offer it for us – God bless him. (Sigh!).

  6. majuscule says:

    I agree…Some questions are kind of meh.

    Since our TLM was suspended due to the virus and we are working diligently to restore it, some of the questions were a bit difficult for me to answer. Do I answer as things stand now or as they were before shutdown? … shrug …

  7. Andrew says:

    There is a presumption that one belongs to a “TLM community”. For others, (non TLM community Catholics) some of the questions are not answerable. It also presumes that you discovered the TLM at some point in your life. What if you are old enough to pre-date Vat. II and the unhappy NO by two decades and therefore you never “discovered” the TLM?
    They didn’t think of that. Which makes me realize (once again)why I refuse to be called a “traditionalist” Catholic. I am a Catholic. No sub-group. And yes, I prefer the TLM and all things traditional, especially the Church’s language, without which “traditionalism” is a pitiful affair.
    /relax /aequo animo esto

  8. OssaSola says:

    Done. They didn’t take into account the whole COVID Effect for some of these questions. But I’m glad someone is asking!

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