As those of you who follow our organization well know, we are devotees of daily Mass as part of the conversion deepening process—along with other devotions—and I attend both the new and the old as time and schedule permits, but with a strong preference for the old, the Latin Mass; so it is with great pleasure we introduce you to a new magazine for the Latin Mass, Laudamus Te, which appears to be very much like the Magnificat, the excellent Mass magazine for the new Mass (we subscribe to both).

Fr. Z’s Blog has an excellent and very comprehensive review of Laudamus Te—which is where I first heard about it—and here is an excerpt from Laudamus Te’s website.

“It is the mission of Laudamus Te to bear witness to the sublime beauty of the ancient Latin liturgy, to foster renewed devotion to its merits, and to aid the faithful in entering more deeply into its sacramental mysteries.

“Since the sacred liturgy is at the center of Catholic life, it seems fitting to have a devotional magazine focused on deepening our mystical participation in this sacramental experience. Laudamus Te follows the liturgical seasons of the 1962 calendar, providing daily Mass readings for the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Catholic Mass as well as explanatory essays, commentaries by various saints and the Church Fathers, and devotional writings by priests, religious, and laity. Our aim is to draw Catholics into a better understanding of the Mass as a whole and to bring about fruitful meditation and deeper devotion, as well as to educate and inform those who are new to the Extraordinary Form.”