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About MAETA

MAETA is a Roman Catholic lay organization dedicated to helping today's Catholics understand the essence of what it was and will always mean to be Catholic, and to follow Christ faithfully in this time of crisis. MAETA publishes books and other select media on a variety of topics of interest to Traditional Catholics and Catholics who are confused by the inconsistencies in the post-conciliar Church. Our publications explain why an increasing number of Catholics are leaving the New (Novus Ordo) "Mass" for the Canonized Mass of Pope St. Pius V.

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In Memory - Rev. Paul Trinchard

It is with sad news that we announce Rev. Paul Trinchard passed away on August 23, 2015, at the age of 83.  Beloved son of the late Septimus Paul and Marie Antoinette Schafers Trinchard.  Preceding him in death were his sisters Adele Kaupp and Marie Blaum, and niece Debra West.  Survived by sister, Mercedes West, brother-in-law Al Blaum, and nephews Irving, Paul, Dennis and Michael West.

Ordained a Jesuit priest June 7, 1966, Fr. Trinchard served in an advisory capacity at the diocesan level and assisted at St. Francis of Assisi Church.  After retirement, he devoted himself to scholarly works, studying and writing numerous devotional books on the theo…

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A Priest for Our Times

Fr. Paul Trinchard was ordained a Jesuit priest on June 7, 1966 by Archbishop Philip M. Hanna in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. He had already graduated from Loyola University with a degree in physics and had been working in the aerospace industry when he answer his call to the priesthood. Thus began his introduction and indoctrination into Rogerianism and liberalism, leading him to become a Novus Ordo priest.

Despite his Latin Rite ordination to “say Mass for the living and the dead” and to “forgive sins,” Father Trinchard explains that neither he nor his classmates were taught, nor practiced the sacred rituals for celebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Latin Mass. Despite the fact that t…

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