Another Missal to another priest!

Brief update: this week we are responding to another priest who would like to learn the Traditional Latin Mass and requires and altar Missal. If you wish to assist us as we continue to provide training and sacred articles for the Latin Mass, please visit our support page to leave a donation or become a member.




Please continue to pray for priests from around Scotland who are discerning how and when to begin learning or saying the old rite.

In Domino




UVS prayer intentions for March

Dear members and friends,

Thank you for your ongoing support, both material and spiritual. Our February prayer intention was overwhelmingly granted with such a successful Mass in Johnstone. Thanks especially to those who responded to my request for prayer and fasting for this intention.

In March, I ask you to join me in adding the following to your daily Rosary intentions:

1. The growth of the Traditional Latin Mass in Aberdeen

2. The priests who we are sending to the Latin Mass Training Course in April.

Thank you again for supporting us in our work for Jesus, for the Church and for the Traditional Mass.

In Domino,

Fraser Pearce


Coronavirus and the Latin Mass

Coronavirus and Recieving Holy Communion at the Traditional Latin Mass

As some bishops are calling for Communion in the hand as a precaution against the spread of Coronavirus, please bear the following in mind:

  • Receiving Holy Communion in the hand is illicit at the Latin Mass so priests may decide that Holy Communion will not be administered to the faithful at the TLM. In the past it was common for Holy Communion to be administered after Mass or not at every Mass  since the sacrifice is  complete when the victim is consumed by the priest. Even when Holy Communion is not received, by attending Holy Mass we assist at the Holy Sacrifice and gain many graces by doing so.
  • One does not have to receive Holy Communion at any form of the Mass and can make an act of Spiritual Communion instead. This can also be used if one is not in a state to receive.


We’re sponsoring priests! Can you help?

Dear members and friends,

Thank you for your continued support of Una Voce Scotland. The committee and I continue to work hard behind the scenes to advance our aims and I am sure that your faithfulness in remembering our monthly prayer intentions is meriting the grace needed to move forward.

I am delighted to announce that we will be supporting several new priests (currently five in total) who wish to attend the Latin Mass Training Course down south.

UVS pays the fees for any priest from Scotland who wishes to attend the course, the cost this year being £120 each.

Could you please help us to meet this commitment? You can do this in one of two ways:

1. Become a member of UVS or renew an existing membership
2. Offer a donation

Both of these options can be facilitated through our support page.

Thank you again for your prayers and financial support.


In Domino

Fraser Pearce

EMail list

A significant number of people have so far failed to respond to the email list confirmation that was sent ouit on 25th May. If you have not received the latest email and would like to remain on the list for emails and the Newsletter – Please send an email confirming this

A Reminder

A reminder for Lent that the Low Mass in the Extraordinary Form is offered by the request of Bishop Toal at St Mary’s Church, 78 Main Street, Cleland, ML1 5QR, every Thursday evening at 7pm.

During Lent, the Attende Domine will be sung before Holy Mass, and the Ave Regina Caelorum and a traditional pious vernacular hymn of the season afterwards. A short ‘fervorino’ sermon will also be preached by Fr O’Connor.

Cleland is accessible by train (on the slow line between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh). The 6:15 from Glasgow Central should give just enough time to walk from the station to the Church. The 5:21 from Waverley (which also stops at Wester Hailes, Livingston South and West Calder) arrives in good time at Cleland. The 241 and X11 First Buses also come from Glasgow City Centre to the village.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Motherwell