A detailed and easy to use liturgical calendar offered by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
A site called “Divnium Officium” has an excellent interface which updates daily with the complete Mass with propers in Latin and English. The site also offers the prayers of the Divine Office in the same manner.
A beautiful site offered by the Canons Regular of St. John Cantius. Contains tons of information concerning the Latin Mass. Canons Regular of St. John Cantius.
The Poor Clares Monastery in Minooka, IL, about one hour east of LaSalle on Interstate 80, occasionally offers the Traditional Latin Mass as part of their liturgical schedule.
A website offered by the Latin Mass Community of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The site offers chant settings, mass readings in English, and much more.
St. Valentine Church, in nearby Peru, IL, offers the Traditional Latin Mass every Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm.
This recording was made by Catholic University in Washington D.C. in the 1950’s on a LP record. It teaches altar boys the Latin responses for the Tridentine Mass.
There are several options for following along with the prayers at mass, either in Latin or English. By far, the most popular way to do this is your own personal missal. Hand missals not only contain the regular, unchanging prayers of the mass, but also all of the propers (the parts of the mass which change depending on what particular saint, feast, or holy day is being commemorated.) They also may contain other prayers and devotions as well as the prayers and ceremonies of some of the other sacraments. While hand missals may constitute a moderate investment, they will certain “pay you back” for a lifetime with proper use and care. Baronius Press of the UK has produced a wonderful missal for use by the faithful. They can be ordered directly from Baronius Press, various online booksellers, or from your local Catholic bookstore. Lagron-Miller in Peoria, IL usually has them in stock.