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Gregorius Magnus: biannual magazine of the Una Voce Federation

Gregorius Magnus: biannual magazine of the Una Voce Federation Dear FIUV Members and Friends: New Edition of Gregorius Magnus   From the FIUV President, Joseph Shaw Gregorius Magnus 16 is now available! See it on ISSUU, optimised for mobile devices. Download the pdf for viewing on a screen. Download the high-res pdf for printing. This edition includes features on the summer’s walking pilgrimages, the TLM and the media, and a new book about the Traditional movement: The Latin Mass and the Intellectuals: Petitions to Save the Ancient Mass, 1966-2007 (More on the book here) The deadline for the next issue...
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FIUV General Assembly 2023

General Assembly 2023  As President of the International Una Voce Federation I hereby give notice for the  XXIV STATUTORY GENERAL ASSEMBLY to be held at  Istituto Maria Santissima Bambina, Via Paolo VI, 21, 00193 Rome  on Saturday 28th October at 3pm  Participation by Zoom will also be possible. Delegation and Procuration All Member Associations should be represented by a delegate, who may be accompanied by up to three other members of his member association in the General Assembly (Statutes, 6.4). The delegate shall exercise his Member Association’s vote. Any Member Association unable to send a delegate is requested to arrange...
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Synod on Synodality: Continental reports

http://www.fiuv.org/2023/04/synod-on-synodality-continental-reports.html The ‘Continental Stage’ of the Synod on Synodality has concluded, with the publication of the ‘Continental Reports’: they can be seen here. Since the FIUV and the LMS asked people to contribute to the consultation process, it is interesting to see whether our voices have actually made it through to these reports. I discussed the national reports here. The voice of Catholics attached to the Traditional Mass do emerge in two of the reports: not surprisingly, those of Europe and North America. This is not because Traditional Catholics are absent from Oceania, Asia, Africa, and South America, but because the bishops...
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