Posts Tagged ‘Una Voce America’
Why? Video documents 5 a.m., 75 Mile Journey from Missouri to Illinois to nearest Sunday Latin Mass (video)
Tuesday, 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.
Monday, October 14th, 2013
A Candid Interview with Byron Smith
He’s the secretary of Una Voce America, which today supports the training of diocesan priests in the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, otherwise known as the Latin Mass. In the this wide-ranging, exclusive Regina Magazine interview, Byron Smith tells the astounding story of the many people — some famous, some obscure — who have labored long and hard for more than fifty years to bring this Mass to Catholics in North America.
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
A Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 27 at Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church in Sauk Centre with Rev. John Paul Erickson officiating. Interment will be in the parish cemetery.
Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Patton-Schad Funeral Home in Sauk Centre. A Rosary will be prayed at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. with parish prayers held at 6 p.m. Friday evening at the funeral home.
Dennis Lee McCoy was born September 3, 1940 in Mitchell, South Dakota to Ronald and Marie (Sullivan) McCoy. He graduated from Woonsocket High School in 1958 and went on to Mankato State the following year. In 1959, he started working at the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, the daily newspaper in Sioux Falls, where he met his future bride, Dorothy McDonald. The couple was united in marriage on June 17, 1961 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
In 1961, they moved to Minnesota and operated the Brooten Review. Along with his brothers, Dennis started the Dairyland Peach in 1967. Together, they ran the Dairyland Peach until the early 1980’s. In 1981, he founded the Neumann Press, a classic Catholic book publishing company.
He was a former member of Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church in Sauk Centre. His faith was very important to him. Dennis founded the Central Minnesota Chapter of Una Voce, a group dedicated to the promotion and support of the traditional Latin Mass, in union with Rome.
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
Una Voce NH: Fr. John Zuhlsdorf will be offering a Solemn High Mass on Thursday, April 25, 2013 at St. Paul’s in Harvard Square (corner Bow & Arrow Sts., Cambridge, MA). Confessions and the Holy Rosary begin at 4:45pm. Mass for the Feast of St. Mark will start at 5:15pm.
This will be the first Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form in Boston since the beginning of the post-Vatican II era.
Seminarians from St. John’s in Boston will be assisting at Mass: John Cassani as Deacon and Pat Fiorillo as Subdeacon.
The Boston Archdiocesan Choir school, the only Catholic boys choir school in the country, will be singing their first Extraordinary Form Mass, complete with sacred polyphony.
Deacon Cassani and Mr. Fiorillo are seminarians of the Archdiocese of Boston. Fr. Zuhlsdorf is a priest of the suburbicarian diocese of Velletri-Segni in Rome.
Following Mass at 7:15pm, Fr. Z, who writes wdtprs.com, one of the most popular Catholic blogs on the web, will deliver a lecture in DiGiovanni Hall.
Latin-English Missals will be provided.
This event is co-sponsored by Una Voce Boston College, the Harvard Latin Mass Society, and Juventutem Boston.
Thanks to Una Voce New Hampshire for this report.
Monday, April 1st, 2013
Father Keifer, FSSP, will offer a one day mens retreat on Saturday, June 8th in the Archdiocese of Atlanta. For details see Una Voce Georgia.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
To Subscribers of Una Voce America’s publication, NOTA:
We have had a number of challenges this year which have caused several delays in the publication of NOTA for 2012. We are happy to report that the Fall 2012 issue is in printing and will be mailed out soon.
New subscribers can expect to receive the appropriate number of issues beyond this year. We have also moved international (outside of North America) subscriptions to email-only delivery. The cost of surface postage per issue is more than what we receive in an individual annual subscription rate.
Thanks very much for your patience and for your continued support of our apostolate.