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Traditional Latin Mass at Mission San Buenaventura Set to End

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

After 15 years, the traditional Latin Mass community at one of California’s missions has been asked to find a new home. The newly assigned pastor of Mission San Buenaventura has informed the faithful that the Sunday 1:30 PM Latin Mass will need to be discontinued. Una Voce Ventura requests your prayers for a satisfactory resolution to this situation. Full story >

Una Voce Canada Mourns Loss of Longtime Director

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Una Voce is sad to announce that Marlene Manion – longtime director, officer, and benefactor of Una Voce Canada – passed away on August 16, 2012. Ms. Manion was a
founding member of Saint Clement’s parish in Ottawa, and a Dame of the Order of Saint Gregory the Great by bestowal of Pope John Paul II, on the recommendation of His Grace, Marcel A. Gervais, then-archbishop of Ottawa. Please pray for the repose of her soul. Read the obituary >

Santa Rosa Diocese Moves Latin Mass to Cathedral

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

Catholic faithful in Santa Rosa, California, now have the blessing of assisting at the traditional Latin Mass at St. Eugene’s Cathedral in Santa Rosa. Effective immediately, the once-a-month Sunday evening Mass in the small town of Sebastopol has been moved and replaced with a weekly Mass at St. Eugene’s. Beginning August 12, 2012, High Mass at St. Eugene’s will be every Sunday at 1:30 PM. Beginning August 21, 2012, there will also be a Low Mass every Tuesday at 5:30 PM. And beginning September 2, 2012, there will be Solemn Vespers and Benediction every Sunday at 4:30 PM.

For more information, visit this excellent lay-run website or the St. Eugene’s parish website.

Major League Soccer All-Star Loves Traditional Latin Mass

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Read this National Catholic Register interview to find out how Columbus Crew star midfielder Eddie Gaven rediscovered his Catholic faith – and grew to love the traditional Latin Mass, in spite of having grown up attending the Novus Ordo. Full story >

Monsignor Gerard Schons, RIP

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

In your charity, please pray for the happy repose of the soul of Msgr. Gerard Schons, who had served since 1953 as a priest in the Diocese of Sacramento before his death on March 23 at age 92. Without Msgr. Schons’ tireless efforts, Sacramento’s magnificent traditional parish, St. Stephen the First Martyr, might never have come to fruition. Read more >

Traditional Confirmation in Huntsville, Alabama

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

His Excellency, Bishop Robert Baker of Birmingham recently conferred Confirmation in the traditional Latin rite upon 14 young adults and one adult in Huntsville, Alabama.
Read the story >

Solemn High Mass Marks Centennial of Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

On March 8, 2011, the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Washington DC will celebrate its parish centennial with a Solemn Votive Mass in Honor of the Most Holy Eucharist. Following the Mass, the Te Deum (Hymn of Thanksgiving) will be sung. The ordinary of the Mass will be the Missa Sancti Nicolai by Franz Joseph Haydn, featuring full choir and orchestra. Read the full story.

New Website for Traditional Catholics in South-Central Pennsylvania

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

Traditional Catholics in south-central Pennsylvania now have a new website to help them stay up-to-date. The new site provides listings of traditional Masses in the Diocese of Harrisburg, as well as announcements pertaining to those apostolates. Visit the site now.

Institute of the Good Shepherd Seeks Financial Support

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

The Institute of the Good Shepherd, a society of traditional priests, seeks donations to support its current work, its future houses, and especially, its goal of acquiring a new seminary. All gifts are tax-deductible. To contribute, visit the society’s website.

Lancaster (PA) Latin Mass Mission Reaches Out to Area Catholics

Monday, October 18th, 2010

The Latin Mass Mission in Lancaster, Pennsylvania has been blessed with a weekly Latin Mass for the past two years. A faithful following attends Mass every Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Lancaster. For more information, read this letter from the Mission’s lay coordinator.