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Prayer Resources

Holy Trinity has a Parish Subscription to FORMED

Holy Trinity subscribes to the Augustine Institute’s FORMED program.

“FORMED provides the very best Catholic content from more than 60 organizations to help parishes, families and individuals explore their faith anywhere. Supporting thousands of movies, children’s programs, ebooks, audio, parish programs and studies direct to your browser, mobile or connected device.”

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Apps and Online Resources


Get the comprehensive app for tablets and phones that includes:

  • Prayers (some with audio!)
  • Bible texts
  • an entire library of books and devotionals
  • A calendar of both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Mass
  • The readings each day in the Ordinary Form
    the entire Mass text each day in the Extraordinary Form
  • The traditional Divine Office
  • Stations of the Cross
  • Examination of conscience and more

Explore the app website


Access English translations of the Extraordinary Form Mass in a mobile friendly format for viewing on phones and tablets.

Truth and Life

The Truth and Life app for phones and tablets offers free and paid resources, including a professional, dramatized recording of the New Testament. (The app is free, but the audio of the Bible requires an in-app purchase.)
Download the app


Explore the app version of the LiveMass apostolate of the Fraternity of St. Peter. The app includes a link to the text of the Mass of the day to help pray the prayers of the Mass.
Access iMass app


Find the text for the Liturgy of the Hours (Ordinary Form) as well as the Ordinary Form Mass texts and readings for each day.
Explore the app website


See the text for the Divine Office (Extraordinary Form) with side-by-side Latin and English. Those new to praying the Office may find it easiest to start by praying Prime each morning and Compline before bed. (The same texts are available in the iPieta app.)
Visit the BrevMuem website

Square Note

Learn Gregorian chant for both the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms.
Explore and download

Recommended Books for Spiritual Reading

Autobiography of a Hunted Priest, by Fr. John Gerard, S.J.

The Day is Now Far Spent, by Cardinal Robert Sarah

Deliverance Prayers for the Laity, by Fr. Chad Ripperger

Interior Freedom, by Fr. Jacques Philipe

The Little Oratory: A Beginner’s Guide to Praying in the Home, by David Clayton and Leila Marie Lawler

The Liturgical Year, by Dom Prosper Guerenger is available online here. You can also subscribe to a daily email with his notes on the Mass of that day.

The Mass in Slow Motion, by Msgr. Ronald Knox (may be out of print, but Kindle editions are usually available)

Nothing Superfluous: An Explanation of the Symbolism of the rite of St. Gregory the Great, by Fr. James Jackson, FSSP

The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise, by Robert Cardinal Sarah

Searching for and Maintaining Peace: A Small Treatise on Peace of Heart, by Fr. Jacques Philippe

Signs of the Holy One: Liturgy, Ritual and Expression of the Sacred, by Fr. Uwe Michael Lang

Time for God, by Fr. Jacques Philipe

Turning Towards the Lord: Orientation in Liturgical Prayer, by Fr. Uwe Michael Lang

The Way of Trust and Love: A Retreat Guided by St. Therese of Lisieux, by Fr. Jacques Philippe

Streamed Masses for the Sick and Home Bound

Ordinary Form Masses Online

Check out Holy Trinity’s YouTube channel for information on upcoming live and past recorded Masses.

The Arlington Diocese has a Mass on television each Sunday at 10:30a, which is also available online.

Canons Regular of St. John Cantius in Chicago live streams and records all of their Masses (both Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms) as well as vespers and compline each day.

Extraordinary Form Masses Online is an apostolate of the Fraternity of Saint Peter and offers live and recorded Masses from several of their parishes around the world.

The Institute of Christ the King schedule of live stream Masses is available here.

Canons Regular of St. John Cantius in Chicago live streams and records all of their Masses (both Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms) as well as vespers and compline each day.