Saint Gertrude the Great Church:

Live Mass webcasts, traditional Catholic articles, sermons and other resources.

Along with its two sister sites:




Website of the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (Congregatio Mariae Reginae Immaculatae. This is a religious congregation of priests, brothers, and sisters “dedicated to the preservation of the Roman Catholic Faith, as it has been taught for 2,000 years, and to the spread of the message of Our Lady of Fatima.”

Novus Ordo Watch:

Highly educational website, provides detailed analysis and explanations on how modernist Rome has departed from the Catholic Faith. 


Tridentine Mass Society:


For information about Holy Mass in London.




Daily Catholic:

For daily prayers, sermons, articles and information on both spiritual and current issues.



Most Holy Trinity Seminary:

Listen to traditional Catholic sermons, find very relevant articles and information.


Catholic Essentials:

For traditional Catholic teaching on dogmas such as papal infallibility, heresy, schism, salvation, ecumenism and much more.


Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals:

Beautiful website dedicated to Our Lady Star of the Sea, containing prayers, instruction, devotions, Catholic history.

Paidreacha na nGael:

Largest collection of prayers in Irish on the internet.


Irish Sedevacantist:


Traditional Catholic:

Resources on devotions to Our Lord, Our Lady, the Saints, writings from the Popes, ecumenical councils, Holy Scripture, Code of Canon Law, religious information, prayers and more.



‘…Established for the purpose of tracing the whereabouts and nature of the true center of Roman Catholic Authority during the controversial latter half of the twentieth century, and now going into the twenty-first. A real question has been raised in the minds of many in these turbulent times, namely “What has happened to the Roman Catholic Church?”‘


Traditional Catholic Sermons:

Listen to traditinal Catholic sermons free of charge, delivered by excellent preachers. Good quality audio versions of many religious books by saints (St. Alphonsus Liguori, St. Frances de Sales and more) also available.


Bellarmine Forums:

For discussion on the una cum controversy, the SSPX, links to texts, books and more.


St. Therese the Little Flower Catholic Church:

Traditional Catholic Church website.


Social media:


Foreign language sites: (German) Father Herman Weinzierl’s website (German) – Father Eugene Rissling’s (CMRI-affiliated) website (Spanish) (Polish) (Polish) – Father Rafal Trytek’s (under Bishop Sanborn) website (Polish) (Polish)