The Village at Clear Creek Abbey in Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma (Credit: Catholics Are Christian)

Traditional Catholic Towns in the Ozarks

. . .if you’re looking for traditional Catholic towns in the Ozark Mountains, they can be found.  These are villages where the local parish celebrates either the Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form) regularly on Sundays or more often, &/or the Traditional English Mass (Anglican Form) regularly on Sundays or more often.  These villages have no other Catholic parish, so the village itself is considered “Traditional Catholic” even if the majority population may be non-Catholic.  In other words, Traditional Catholicism is the only form of Catholicism practiced in that village. . .

by Shane Schaetzel,

of Catholics Are Christian

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