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  • Announcement

    St. Leo the Great, 221 Hanford St, Columbus, OH 43206, will be the new home of the Columbus Latin Mass Community.  

    The Institute of Christ the King will be coming to Columbus in autumn this year.  At that time, they will establish an oratory at St. Leo and the Latin Mass Commuinty will move there as it's now home.

  • Streaming Masses


    A live stream from the Institute of Christ the King can be found here:

    https://www.institute-christ-king.org/videostream

    A live stream from the Fraternity of St. Peter can be found here:

    http://livemass.net/
     

  • Welcome!

    Welcome to the Columbus Latin Mass Community webpage.  The Columbus Latin Mass Community is a body of Catholics in the Diocese of Columbus devoted to or interested in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, the Traditional Latin Mass.  The Extraordinary Form is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and other liturgical acts of worship according to the ritual books as they were in 1962. 

    This site is meant to furnish information about the Extraordinary Form in the Diocese of Columbus.  Here you will find a schedule of Masses and other liturgical realities offered in the Extraordinary Form around the diocese. 

    Nota Bene: Please, make sure to check the location of each Mass or event in the calendar.

  • New to the Old Mass?

    If you are new to the Traditional Latin Mass, there is no need to worry.  While some people upon experiencing the Traditional Mass for the first time immediately fall in love with it, this is not the case for all.  For many, the Traditional Mass takes a bit of getting used to, but it's always worth it to experience the richness, reverence, and deep spirituality of the Church's tradition.  For some helpful information and tips for those just discovering the Extraordinary Form, take a look at our Newcomers page.

  • Adoration!!!!

    Spend an hour with Our Lord!!!

    We still need timeslots filled for Eucharistic Adoration at Holy Family.

    Adoration runs from 10:00AM Thursday morning until 11:45AM Friday morning.

    Please, contact Pat Foley to schedule a time for your Holy Hour.

    614.688.7280
    pfoleyoh1@hotmail.com

  • First Institute Masses

    Canon David Silvey of the Institute of Christ the Kings Sovereign Priest is coming to be the first rector of the Oratory of St. Leo.  There will be three special Masses to open the Oratory and mark the coming of The Institute to Columbus.  These Masses to be held at St. Leo will be at the following times

    Friday, Oct 2nd, Gaurdian Angels, 6:30pm, Solemn High Mass
         Bishop Robert J. Brennan will offer the
         sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed
         Sacrament following Mass.


    Saturday, Oct 3rd, St. Therese of the Child Jesus, 9:00am, Sung Mass

    Sunday, Oct 4th, External Solemnity of Our Lady of the Rosary, 8:30am Low Mass, 10:30am Sung Mass

  • Location Change

    Starting on Thursday July 30th, Mass will be offered at 9am at Holy Cross on Thursdays.

    204 S. 5th St.
    Columbus, Ohio

    Sunday, 8:30am Mass will continue to be at Holy Family until the Institute comes.

    Friday morning and Sunday afternoon Masses will continue to be held at St. Leo.

  • Polyphonic Ensemble

    Several singers who love the extraordinary form and beautiful choral music are putting together a new vocal ensemble to increase the beauty of music for Latin Masses. This ensemble will be preparing music for Masses, special Feast Days, and events with the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest leading up to their permanent establishment in September. This new ensemble meets twice a month for rehearsals and once a month for performances. All members are auditioned and compensated for their talent and efforts. If you are a singer and would like to audition for the ensemble, please contact William Heyer (wheyer11@gmail.com).

  • Interested in Singing for the TLM?

    Are you interested in singing Gregorian chant for the Latin Mass? The Holy Family chant schola is currently looking for new members. The schola consists of both men and women and sings for the 8:30 Latin Mass most Sunday mornings and for select feasts and holy days of obligation. Our normal time is Wednesday night at 7:00pm.  If you’re interested in joining or would like more information, contact Charlie Combs by email at ccombs199@gmail.com, or by call/text at 614-738-8442. Beginners welcome!”