by abyssum, December 9, 2018

The below Study has now been completed. The data was collected from April 1 through November 30, 2018. All told, there are samples from 15 states located all over the USA map. I have someone helping me from a statistical view to help break down the findings in a more analytically approved method.

To the layman, the differences are quite striking. In 1960 about 80% of Catholics were going to weekly Mass and now it is 99% for the TLM and 22% for the Novus Ordo. Most of my numbers were gathered post 2018 scandal. There has been a visible drop in Mass attendance among the Novus Ordo attendees from the 22% of 2016. How much we’ll only know in a few years when the 2018 Novus Ordo numbers become available. The TLM numbers were not affected by the scandal since the vast majority of the 1700+ samples were taken after September 1st.

The birth rate of 3.6 is just below the 1960 birthrate of all USA women of 3.65, but significantly higher than the 2.3 of the average Novus Ordo woman. The monetary giving in the collection has got to turn heads. The TLM attendees give 5 times what their Novus Ordo counterparts give (6% vs. 1.2%).
Blessed and fruitful Advent, Fr. Kloster

Sent: Monday, December 3, 2018, 8:35:33 PM EST
Subject: 2018 Norwalk National TLM Study

Once again here are the most recent numbers we have from the Novus Ordo Catholics:
1.) 89% of Catholics agree with contraception – Pew Research 20162.)
2.) 47% of Catholics agree with abortion – Pew Research 20163.)
3.) 22% of Catholics attend Mass weekly – CARA 20164.)
4.) 67% of Catholics agree with gay marriage – Pew Research 20175.)
5.) 1.2% of income donated by Catholics in the USA – Catholic 2013.
Protestants as of 2016 give 2.5%. Catholics gave 3.3% during the Great Depression
6.) 62% of Catholics attending weekly Mass go to yearly Confession – CARA 20087.)
7.) 37% of monthly attending Catholics go to yearly Confession – CARA 20088.)
8.) 6% of a few times a year Catholics go to yearly Confession – CARA 20089.)
9.) 2.3 birth rate among Catholics – Pew Research 2015

Online poll of Traditional Latin Mass Catholics was 451 samples from 10 states (Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Florida, Connecticut, New York, Missouri, Kansas, Idaho, Virginia, and West Virginia. The remaining (+/-) 1300 samples are from 5 in pew parish surveys in the following cities: Dallas, Texas – Denver, Colorado – San Diego, California – Tacoma, Washington – Nashua, New Hampshire

1.) (Contraception) 1773 samples (1734-39) 98% said no to the use contraceptionQuestion
2.) (Abortion) 1769 samples (1755-14) 99% said no to the possibility of abortionQuestion
3.) (Mass) 1763 samples (1746-17) 99% attend Mass weeklyQuestion
4.) (Gay Marriage) 1759 samples (1723-36) 98% are against gay marriage
5.) (Donations) 1702 samples 6%Question
6.) (Confession) 1753 samples (1723-30) 98% of weekly Mass attendees go to monthly confession
9.) (Live Births) 1085 samples 3.6