Fr. Martin over at Bonfire of the Vanities is soliciting input, asking for people to report where Latin is being used at their respective churches.
If you know of a parish (i.e., it's either your parish, or you go there regularly) that is using any Latin on a regular basis, or using any Gregorian chant, please post here. (I'd ask that this not be a place for folks to post opinions pro and con.) I ask that you identify the parish by name, city and diocese. If you can provide a link to a webpage or something else with more information, even better!Oh, just to be clear--nothing against the classic, "Tridentine" Roman rite, but I'm not talking about that, either; that has to be in Latin. I mean celebrations of parish Masses (i.e., not private/special occasion Masses) according to the current, Vatican II rite of the Mass, And if that is being done with any--or even, all--in Latin, by all means, include that.
He has asked people to link on over, so pop bye if you have something to contribute. Please note he is looking for simply information - it is not meant to be a place to post your opinion of the Latin Tridentine Mass vs. Novus Ordo, the Catholic Bishops, glass pitchers or goblets on the altar, liturgical abuses, Samoan leis, Barney costumes, etc. The facts, ma'am, just the facts . . .