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By Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNews, July 7, 2021

As a journalist and editor for LifeSiteNews, Claire Chretien has written more than 1,500 articles about abortion, human dignity, bioethics, the Catholic Church, politics, and related topics. Claire holds a bachelor’s degree from The University of Alabama. It was there that she first became involved in pro-life activism.


Claire Chretien

July 7, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – The traditional Catholic world has been buzzing with rumors over the past few weeks about Pope Francis and the Vatican moving to restrict Catholics from access to the Traditional Latin Mass, the increasingly popular form of the Mass which was the only Mass every Roman Catholic knew until the liberalizing reforms of Vatican II in the 1970s.

After the Second Vatican Council, Catholics who wanted to go to the Traditional Latin Mass (also known as the “TLM,” the “Old Mass,” the “Mass of the Ages,” the “Tridentine Mass,” the “Latin Mass,” the “Extraordinary Form of the Mass”) had limited options. Over the years, and with the establishment of more traditional orders and the institution of more Latin-friendly bishops, the availability of the TLM grew around the world. And as its availability grew, so did its popularity. Young people who hadn’t grown up with the Old Mass discovered it, and were drawn to its reverence, its grandeur, its otherworldliness. …

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