About The Rosary Bay Mission & Catholic Tradition

Catholic Tediotion : Traditional Latin Mass

Rosary Bay is a Christian mission-driven online resource and shop inspired from the beauty of Catholic faith, tradition, and arts. We make in-house designer rosaries, and other hand-made religious art items, in order to support our mission and charitable initiatives.

Rosary Bay is more than just a rosary design studio, because it is part of a bigger purpose. By promoting the Holy Rosary we help others find peace and serenity in their lives, and use this marvelous prayer as a Church’s combat against all her enemies.

Our Mission

Rosary Bay aims to promote the tradition of the Catholic Faith, and the Traditional Latin Mass (the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, or The Tridentine Rite of the Mass) reclaiming the true meaning of Sacred, restoration of the Sacred Music Liturgy and Arts. We also labor in view of Christian unity, so desired by Jesus Christ: unity in the truth.  

What is the Traditional Latin Mass ?

The Traditional Latin Mass remains virtually unchanged since the third century. “There is so much that can be said of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, but for a brief introduction, it is the Mass that has remained with minor changes as far back as history can record. It is celebrated in Latin, however those who attend may follow along in booklets provided, and 1962 Roman Catholic Daily Missal. The beauty, dignity and mystery that surrounds the Mass leaves it standing alone as what has been described by the Saints as “The most beautiful thing this side of Heaven”. (FSSP).

If you have not yet seen the Mass celebrated according to the Extraordinary Form, you have definitely deprived yourself of experiencing the greatest Jewel of our Catholic Faith.  If you wish to follow Traditional Roman Catholic Calendar,  fully Traditional Catholic Latin Mass, Sacraments, Doctrine, and Morality, find a traditional church in your area of your choice. 

On Catholic Tradition

What is meant by Tradition?

Tradition is the non-written word of God, which has been transmitted by word of mouth by Jesus Christ and by the apostles, and which has come down to us through the centuries by the means of the Church, without being altered. (From The Catechism of St. Pius X)

Where are the teachings of Tradition kept? 

The teachings of Tradition are kept chiefly in the Councils’ decrees, the writings of the Holy Fathers, the Acts of the Holy See and the words and practices of the sacred Liturgy. (From The Catechism of St. Pius X)

What importance must we attach to Tradition?

We must attach to Tradition the same importance as the revealed word of God which Holy Scripture contains. (From The Catechism of St. Pius X)

The Relationship Between Tradition And Sacred Scripture

“Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture, then, are bound closely together, and communicate one with the other. For both of them, flowing out from the same divine well-spring, come together in some fashion to form one thing, and move towards the same goal.” Each of them makes present and fruitful in the Church the mystery of Christ, who promised to remain with his own “always, to the close of the age”. (From the Catechism of the Catholic Church).

Thus saith the Lord: Stand ye on the ways, and see and ask for the old paths which is the good way, and walk ye in it: and you shall find refreshment for your souls. And they said: we will not walk. ~ Jeremiah 6:16

Therefore, brethren, stand fast; and hold the traditions which you have learned, whether by word, or by our epistle. ~Thessalonians 2:2

The day the Church abandons her universal tongue (Latin) is the day before she returns to the catacombs. ~Pope Pius XII

When a foulness invades the whole Church . . . We must return to the Church of the past. ~St. Vincent of Lérins

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We would be grateful if you can help us spread the word about the Rosary Bay by setting links to, or sending our links to people you know who might be interested in Traditional Latin Mass, Sacred Music Liturgy and arts, learning Ecclesiastical Latin, reading Traditional Catholic Books, and of course to those who are interested in our Unique Rosaries.

For the rest, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever modest, whatsoever just, whatsoever holy, whatsoever lovely, whatsoever of good fame, if there be any virtue, if any praise of discipline: think on these things” ~Philippians 4:8