Archives for Una Voce

Gregorius Magnus from the Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce

The latest edition of Gregorius Magnus is available for download: Gregorius Magnus is published by the Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce. The FIUV is a lay movement within the Catholic Church, founded in Rome in 1965 and erected formally in Zürich in January 1967.  The principal aims of the FIUV are to ensure that the Missale Romanum promulgated by Blessed Pope John XXIII in 1962 is maintained in the Church as one of the forms of liturgical celebration, to obtain freedom of use for all other Roman liturgical books enshrining “previous liturgical and disciplinary forms of the Latin tradition” and to safeguard...
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Categories: Una Voce and Vatican II.

Good Friday Prayer for the Jews: a new Position Paper from the FIUV

GOOD FRIDAY PRAYER FOR THE JEWS: a new Position Paper from the FIUV Last November the Bishops’ Conference of England and Walesannounced that they had petitioned the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei to replace the Prayer ‘Pro conversione Iudaiorum’ in the Good Friday Liturgy, with the one used in the Ordinary Form. Readers will know, of course, that the prayer officially approved for use in the Extraordinary Form was composed by Pope Benedict XVI in 2008, replacing a prayer which had been used in the Church since, probably, the third century. The Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce (FIUV) and the Latin Mass...
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Categories: Una Voce.

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.