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Fraternity of St Peter – Ordinations in Lincoln, Nebraska

Browse: Home / Bishop James Conley Ordains Six in Lincoln Bishop James Conley Ordains Six in Lincoln May 30, 2015 On Saturday, May 30, 2015, six deacons of the Fraternity of St. Peter were ordained to the sacred priesthood by the Most Reverend James D. Conley, Bishop of Lincoln, at the newly-constructed Newman Center Chapel in Lincoln, Nebraska. Our gratitude and thanks to His Excellency for ordaining these men to the Holy Priesthood, our congratulations to our new priests and their families, and thanks to all our benefactors and friends who have supported these men and the seminary during the...
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Chartres Pilgrimage – Chartres Cathedral – Recessional Hymn Chez Nous: “Be with us. Be our queen. We are yours.”

Remnant Newspaper reports: “After three days walking from Paris to Chartres, the glorious traditional Latin Mass is offered in the cathedral. In this clip we see the the recessional, which is the singing of the Chez Nous — the love song to Our Lady. In English it means: “Be with us. Be our queen. We are yours.” Bishop Athanasius Schneider is seen first here, along with the bishop of Chartres and so many traditional Catholic priests. The recessional also includes the flags and banners from parishes and traditional Catholic centres from all over the world”. https://www.facebook.com/TheRemnantNewspaper/videos/900274270035980/?fref=nf
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Una Voce – “With One Voice” – Promoting the Traditional Latin Mass (1962 Missal)

Those new to the Traditional Latin Mass may not be aware that the Ecclesia Dei Society of New Zealand is a member of the Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce or simply Una Voce (Latin for “With One Voice”, from the Preface to the Roman Canon) which is an international federation of Catholic lay organizations attached to the Tridentine Mass, colloquially known as “the Latin Mass” (though there are several Catholic masses in Latin). A Brief History The Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce (or FIUV) was founded on December 19, 1964 in Paris by Georges Cerbelaud-Salagnac in order to promote the Tridentine mass...
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