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Kaesekopf:
This is not trad, but it's got a lot of stuff on it:
http://kath.net/

This is trad, and it has a LOT of stuff, both for kids and adults. 
https://introibo.net/index.php

KonservativerKatholik:
My "go-to site" for German traditional catholic news is https://www.katholisches.info/. kath.net is ok for news, albeit not trad, rather a cardinal Müller type conservative site. The youtube channel "Marcellus" https://www.youtube.com/c/MarcelluskatholischeTradition/videos contains a lot of different material: I especially like Lothar Barth's talks. He is a professor for classical philology and his talks about the purposefully mistranslated council documents are especially enlightening. He's close to the FSSPX although no claqueur like he always says. There are also lots of sermons by Pfr. Hans Milch (a traditional catholic priest who paved the way for FSSPX in Germany).

Jayne:

--- Quote from: KonservativerKatholik on November 15, 2020, 04:18:21 PM ---My "go-to site" for German traditional catholic news is https://www.katholisches.info/. kath.net is ok for news, albeit not trad, rather a cardinal Müller type conservative site. The youtube channel "Marcellus" https://www.youtube.com/c/MarcelluskatholischeTradition/videos contains a lot of different material: I especially like Lothar Barth's talks. He is a professor for classical philology and his talks about the purposefully mistranslated council documents are especially enlightening. He's close to the FSSPX although no claqueur like he always says. There are also lots of sermons by Pfr. Hans Milch (a traditional catholic priest who paved the way for FSSPX in Germany).

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These look great.  Is there any sort of site where I could find a traditional Catholic to be my language partner?  There are general sites to match partners (either for speaking or writing) but I would enjoy communicating with a trad more than a random person I find at italki or whatever.  Ideally it should be a person whose English is around the same level as my German, but all the Germans i know speak English way to well to be suitable.

Kaesekopf:

--- Quote from: Jayne on November 15, 2020, 05:14:48 PM ---
--- Quote from: KonservativerKatholik on November 15, 2020, 04:18:21 PM ---My "go-to site" for German traditional catholic news is https://www.katholisches.info/. kath.net is ok for news, albeit not trad, rather a cardinal Müller type conservative site. The youtube channel "Marcellus" https://www.youtube.com/c/MarcelluskatholischeTradition/videos contains a lot of different material: I especially like Lothar Barth's talks. He is a professor for classical philology and his talks about the purposefully mistranslated council documents are especially enlightening. He's close to the FSSPX although no claqueur like he always says. There are also lots of sermons by Pfr. Hans Milch (a traditional catholic priest who paved the way for FSSPX in Germany).

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These look great.  Is there any sort of site where I could find a traditional Catholic to be my language partner?  There are general sites to match partners (either for speaking or writing) but I would enjoy communicating with a trad more than a random person I find at italki or whatever.  Ideally it should be a person whose English is around the same level as my German, but all the Germans i know speak English way to well to be suitable.

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Perhaps write an email to an SSPX or FSSP priest in Germany and ask to put that out to their parish? 

Heinrich:

--- Quote from: Kaesekopf on November 15, 2020, 05:37:55 PM ---
--- Quote from: Jayne on November 15, 2020, 05:14:48 PM ---
--- Quote from: KonservativerKatholik on November 15, 2020, 04:18:21 PM ---My "go-to site" for German traditional catholic news is https://www.katholisches.info/. kath.net is ok for news, albeit not trad, rather a cardinal Müller type conservative site. The youtube channel "Marcellus" https://www.youtube.com/c/MarcelluskatholischeTradition/videos contains a lot of different material: I especially like Lothar Barth's talks. He is a professor for classical philology and his talks about the purposefully mistranslated council documents are especially enlightening. He's close to the FSSPX although no claqueur like he always says. There are also lots of sermons by Pfr. Hans Milch (a traditional catholic priest who paved the way for FSSPX in Germany).

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These look great.  Is there any sort of site where I could find a traditional Catholic to be my language partner?  There are general sites to match partners (either for speaking or writing) but I would enjoy communicating with a trad more than a random person I find at italki or whatever.  Ideally it should be a person whose English is around the same level as my German, but all the Germans i know speak English way to well to be suitable.

--- End quote ---

Perhaps write an email to an SSPX or FSSP priest in Germany and ask to put that out to their parish?

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