FSSP Seeks Volunteers for Traditional Catholic School in Colombia

September 16th, 2015

Father Alfaro, FSSP, is looking for two volunteers that would be interested in teaching at the FSSP school in Anolaima Colombia. He would especially like Americans to volunteer. The role would officially be an English teacher but there are many other opportunities and needs for help at the FSSP school.
You would need to commit for 6 months starting in mid January 2016 and leave in late June/early July 2016. You would be provided room and board. You would need about $300 US for personal expenses for the 6 months and you would have to provide your own airfare to Bogota. You would need to know a little Spanish — some basics so you can build on it and learn the language while there. Ages desired are about 23 or up. Living conditions are very basic and this will be a challenging and sometimes difficult assignment. If you would like to volunteer or if you know a Catholic in the USA or Canada who would be interested, you can contact me and I”ll give them the details and if interested I’ll put  them in contact with the FSSP in South America. God Bless,
John Rasnick
President, Una Voce Georgia

Robert Quagan, R.I.P. (1958-2015)

August 24th, 2015

Robert Quagan, husband of Chrstine Quagan,chairwoman of Una Voce Boston, passed away Saturday evening, on the Feast of the Assumption.  His Requiem Mass was celebrated this morning at Mary Immaculate of Lourdes in Newton Highlands, Ma. by Fr. Charles Higgins with Fr. Joseph Santos of Providence as Deacon and Fr. Thomas Kocik of Fall River as Subdeacon.
In addition to his efforts to promote the traditional Mass, Rob was one of the men who revitalized the Holy Name Society at Holy Trinity Church in Boston.  At a time – pre-Summorum Pontificum – when any overt efforts to promote the TLM were regarded with fear and suspicion by the chancery, the HNS was an important organization for men of a traditionally-Catholic orientation in the Archdiocese to meet and deepen their faith.   Trained as an architect, Rob was an especially eloquent exponent of traditional Catholic church architecture and was a stalwart in the long struggle to try and save Holy Trinity Church.
Full obituary: http://www.currentobituary.com/ShowObit.aspx?id=182013&member_id=67
Rob was a true Catholic Gentleman, a good father and husband, and a loyal friend.  His life exemplified the Christian Virtues, and especially those of Fortitude, Faith, Hope, and Charity during his three-year illness. In your charity please pray for the repose of his soul, and for the intentions of his family.
Requiescat in pace.
Allen Maynard
Una Voce Rhode Island

Missa Cantata for Feast of the Assumption at the Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon

August 5th, 2015

Msgr. Anthony Spinoza, rector of the Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon, will celebrate a Missa Cantata for the Feast of the Assumption on Saturday, August 15 at 10:00 a.m. Music will be provided by the Schola Basilicorum and the St Cecilia Chorale. The Basilica is located at 2759 North Lipkey Road, North Jackson, Ohio. Learn more about the shrine here >

Why? Video documents 5 a.m., 75 Mile Journey from Missouri to Illinois to nearest Sunday Latin Mass (video)

May 26th, 2015

The Latin Mass Society of Northeast Missouri offers this ‘home video’ documenting their journey and interviews with attendees of the Latin Mass offered by the Fraternity of St. Peter priests.  It captures the sacrifice and vitality that is exhibited in Latin Mass communities, no matter how restricted they are often permitted to be – and how difficult they often are to find.


Deo Gratias! California Carmelite Sisters Move into New Home

December 6th, 2014

A new Carmelite Monastery has officially opened in Kensington, California.  The Carmelite Sisters of the Carmel of Jesus Mary and Joseph–the daughter community of the Carmel in Valparaiso, Nebraska–have moved from their temporary location in Canyon to their new home located at 68 Rincon Road, Kensington, CA 94707. To view a Mass schedule and learn more about the community, visit their website.


Bill Murray ‘misses’ the Latin Mass

November 21st, 2014


Please Pray for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Kenneth Walker, FSSP

June 16th, 2014

FrWalkerFr. Kenneth Walker, FSSP was born in Upstate New York near Poughkeepsie, the middle of 11 children (6 boys and 5 girls). His family moved frequently when he was young. While his father was working construction in Wilmington, N.C, the family decided to build, with their own hands, a log cabin on some land they owned in nearby Tennessee. Their intention was to sell the home, but they changed their minds and moved in. While living there, they visited a used book store and found a book called The Incredible Catholic Mass. It described the Tridentine Mass, which they had never seen nor heard. The book was considered worthless and the storeowner gave it to them for free.

The family was intrigued. The more they learned about the Traditional Mass, the more they wanted it in their daily lives. On his own initiative, Fr. Walker began learning Latin. The family decided to sell their log cabin and move to rural Pennsylvania near Scranton where the Traditional Mass was offered. Fr. Walker eventually became an altar server at the FSSP Apostolate, and after attending Our Lady, Seat of Wisdom Academy in Ontario, entered the seminary.

He was ordained to the Sacred Priesthood in 2012, and currently served as Assistant Pastor of Mater Misericordiae Mission, the FSSP Apostolate in Phoenix.

Father Kenneth Walker, 28, was shot and killed in the rectory of Mater Misericordiae (Mother of Mercy) Mission, the small church he served near downtown Phoenix. Though badly beaten, Father Joseph Terra, 56, the senior pastor, administered the Last Rites to Walker.

(Contributed by Bill Mooney)

Holy Land Pilgrimage with Fr. Moses of Jesus

May 10th, 2014

Join Fr. Moses of Jesus, MDM, for a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, June 28 to July 8, 2015. The trip will include daily traditional Latin Masses. Download the event flyer >

George Sarah President Una Voce LA on EWTN ‘Extraordinary Faith’ April 14 and 18

April 3rd, 2014

EWTN has announced the debut of Extraordinary Faith, a television series showcasing the beauties of Sacred Tradition and the Tridentine Mass. Episode 1 was filmed at the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano in California, located about one hour south of Los Angeles.

Episode 1 includes some background information about the series, as well as an interview with George Sarah, a Hollywood composer who was asked to become president of Una Voce Los Angeles after he organized a number of special high-profile Tridentine Masses in historic churches. Joy Lanfranchi of Una Voce Orange County discusses the annual Lenten Pilgrimage from St. Michael’s [Norbertine] Abbey to the Mission, culminating, not surprisingly, with a Latin Mass.

DVD copies of this and every episode of Extraordinary Faith will be available for sale from EWTN’s Religious Catalog. Our contract with EWTN also permits us to post each episode on our web site, one month after it debuts on the network. Beginning Wednesday, May 14, 2014, Episode 1 will be available for viewing on www.extraordinaryfaith.tv. Please note that the site is not yet up, but will go live no later than Tuesday, April 8. At that time, you will be able to view a trailer introducing the series on the site.

EWTN beginning Monday, April 14, 2014 at 1:30 AM Pacific time. The episode will be re-run on Good Friday, April 18, 2014 at 11:00 PM Pacific time. The network wanted to run the episode during Holy Week because of the Lenten Pilgrimage segment. EWTN is considering future airings of Episode 1 at more convenient times of the day.

Over two years in the making, Extraordinary Faith was co-founded by two veteran promoters of traditional liturgy: Executive Producer, Writer, and Host Alex Begin, a long-time organizer of Latin Masses in the Archdiocese of Detroit, Michigan and the Diocese of London, Ontario, Canada; and London, England-based journalist Mary O’Regan, who served as Writer, Producer, and Co-Host on the first two episodes.

Catholic Bookstore for Sale

December 18th, 2013

A longtime Una Voce chapter leader and his wife seek to sell their traditional Catholic bookstore in Buffalo, New York. Al Huntz writes:

“We have seen it as great grace to provide traditional Catholic books and gifts for 20 years. The time has come to look at retiring. We are now looking to sell the assets and intellectual property of the store and its web business. If you, or someone you know, might be interested in acquiring Pro Multis and its vast selection of new and used traditional Catholic books, gifts and statuary, please contact me.”

Interested parties may call 716.838.2898 or email: offers at promultis dot com