Tradivox, Inc. is a Catholic educational resource company incorporated in 2019, operating under the Episcopal Advisement of Bishop Athanasius Schneider as the culmination of several preceding years of international research. Our existence as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the United States serves our main goal of restoring Catholic religious instruction in the digital age. Our main focus is on republishing the official catechetical works of Catholic bishops from the past several centuries.
MISSION & EXPLANATION
"Giving Voice to Tradition" - this is our mission and our passion. Like the traditional catechism itself, our aim is humbly and simply to echo the perennial Catholic and Apostolic doctrine; "the Faith delivered once for all to the saints." (Jude 1:3)
Issuing catechisms has long served as an exercise of the Church's teaching office, and a helpful means for articulating sound doctrine in a concise and systematic manner, especially for the laity. Furthermore, as these works demonstrate a marvelous unanimity across the centuries, they bear striking witness to the unchanging and infallible nature of Catholic Tradition. See one example here.
It is our hope that by offering an accessible, indexed collection of traditional catechisms, the beautiful continuity of doctrine found in such works will stand as a remedy for the confusion and error of our time, and as an enduring testimony to the divine mission of the Catholic Church, forever entrusted to her by Christ:
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age.” (Mt 28:19-20)
LOGO AND PATRONAGE
The letter "T" is evocative of both our company title, Tradivox, and of the One who called himself the Truth - offering his greatest sermon on the gibbet of the "Tau," the Cross of Calvary. The tau is set in a four-corner square to recall the four Evangelists, as well as the universal expanse of the Church's mission.
Bright crimson is used to signify the Passion of Our Lord and the suffering of His martyrs, especially those of 16th century England. We seek their intercession in a particular way, and use the old English "T" in their honor; as they shed their blood in the days when the mass publication of catechisms was first beginning.
Omnes sancti Mártyres, oráte pro nobis.
Tradivox is working under the blessing and endorsement
of Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Astana, Kazakhstan.
Hear from Catholic bishops across hundreds of years and thousands of miles
endorsing some of the venerable catechisms included in our Index: