Sunday, August 05, 2007


Check out this website: Tridentinum: Sacred Vestments and Furnishings for the Roman Liturgy.
Tridentinum is an innovative project, originating from the idea of a group of experts in the Tridentine Rite. Its purpose is to supply sacred vestments and liturgical furnishings for the celebration of rites related to 1962 Rubrics, according to the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum promulgated by Benedict XVI.

The main targets of Tridentinum are priests and clergymen - especially Church rectors - who wish to equip themselves with all the items needed for a proper celebration of the traditional Liturgy of the Roman Church: from sacred vestments to altar and presbytery furnishings; from sacred vessels, pursuant to the tridentine liturgical norms, to candelabra and altar cards, also including altar Missals and Missal for faithful, with the bilingual text approved by the Ecclesiastical Authority. Tridentium also supplies frontals, throne and faldstool cloths, as well as tabernacle veil.

Want to shop?
Hat tip to Fr. Finegan.

Update: 16 August, 2007: Corrected the link to Tridentinum.


Anonymous said...

The right link is:

Anonymous said...

A lot of things are too expensive, in my humble opinion.