You know your trad when....
...someone tells you they're not Catholic, you look up like a saint to heaven, and charitably say "May God have mercy on your soul."   :pray2:
(02-07-2013, 01:16 AM)mcwhite Wrote: ... When your four year old daughter refers to the local Mosque as 'the bad man's castle.'

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Your mom sees the Windows hourglass wait cursor and thinks it is a chalice.
#24 want to yell at the TV if the Latin Mass is not portrayed accurately in the movie you're watching (I did this while watching "Maria Goretti").
(02-07-2013, 01:22 AM)tradne4163 Wrote: ...your children know Latin better than your traditional priest does.

or at least "play Mass" ad orietem!
....when you kiss the priests hand upon gretting him and others look at you like, "what the?.....

You don't think "Syllabus of Errors" was erroneous. 
(02-07-2013, 12:27 AM)tradne4163 Wrote: If you can actually use the terms "gospel side" and "epistle side" to refer to things other than altars. If anyone you talk to actually understands which side is which when you do that, they're trad (this has actually happened between me and a friend).

When you don't like the way your diocese puts Mary on the Epistle side and Joseph on the Gospel side.

When you remember which side (bride's or groom's) to sit at a Protestant wedding by remembering where the Gospel and Epistle side are.

When you get banned from CAF.
... you quote the Catechism, you mean the Roman Catechism.

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