Archives for Traditional Latin Mass

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.

Evelyn Waugh’s forgotten battle to preserve the Latin Mass

Evelyn Waugh was ‘one of the strongest opponents of the vernacular’ in England (AP) Evelyn Waugh’s forgotten battle to preserve the Latin Mass The great novelist, who died 50 years ago, almost became the first president of the Latin Mass Society Considered one of Britain’s greatest novelists, and widely regarded as one of the prominent Catholics of his time, Evelyn Waugh, author of Brideshead Revisited, died 50 years ago this year. While he will be remembered for his great works of fiction, many Catholics will be unfamiliar with his connection with the Latin Mass and his association with the beginnings...
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Categories: General.

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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Categories: General.