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Livestream Mass Fraternity of St Peter, Auckland, New Zealand

The Traditional Latin Mass is offered at 8.00 am (New Zealand time) every day by Rev. Father Antony Sumich FSSP, Auckland New Zealand at:   Due to the critical situation with regard to the spread of Coronavirus, the Bishop’s Conference of New Zealand has suspended ALL PUBLIC MASSES in Aotearoa/NZ indefinitely. This takes effect from Friday 20th March 2020. Fr Sumich will be celebrating daily private Masses at St Anne’s Chapel, at 8am NZTime. All these Masses will be live-streamed on the internet. The webpage is or, if the link does not work, go to scroll to The St Corona Project...
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Categories: Fraternity of St Peter, FSSP, and Latin Mass.

Vocations Day – FSSP Auckland

VOCATIONS DAY 12 OCTOBER 2019 – THE FRATERNITY OF ST PETER, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND Fr Antony Sumich FSSP, along with Fr Duncan Wong FSSP, will be hosting a vocations discernment day on Saturday 12th October 2019. At St Anne’s Chapel hall, 3 Cole Place, Te Atatu Sth, Auckland. Holy Mass will be celebrated by Fr Wong at 8.00 am and the vocations day will follow. The day should conclude some time after 3.00 pm. Any single men aged between 17 – 35 who are considering a vocation with the Extraordinary Form of the Mass at the spiritual centre, or who...
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Categories: FSSP, Latin Mass, and Vocations Day FSSP.

FIUV Press Release: Good Friday ‘Prayer for the Jews’

In response to the Bishops of England and Wales decision to petition the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei for a change to the Good Friday Prayer for the Conversion of the Jews used in the Extraordinary Form of the Mass – as reported in the Catholic Herald: The International Una Voce Federation (of which Ecclesia Dei Society of New Zealand is a member) has released the following press release: Thursday, 3 December 2015 FIUV PRESS RELEASE: ON THE GOOD FRIDAY ‘PRAYER FOR THE JEWS’ The Prayer for the Jews used in the Extraordinary Form Good Friday Liturgy continues to be...
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Categories: FIUV, Latin Mass, and Una Voce.