Calling Priests: Prayers Against Pestilence

Dear Reverend Fathers, members and friends,

I have recently written about the practical arrangements requested by the bishops of Scotland and their bearing on the Traditional Latin Mass. In addition to the practical measures taken, I write to encourage all priests to add the prayers from the Votive Mass in Time of Pestilence as a spiritual response to the threat of Coronavirus. Votive Masses are not possible in Lent, but the collect, secret and post communion can be added after those of the Mass of the day in the manner of a commemoration.

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Although holy water is not to be placed in stoups, I encourage all priests, whether they say the Traditional Latin Mass or not, to make holy water and exorcised salt, blessed with the traditional ritual, available to the faithful who present a container for private use. The prayers are self-explanatory and worthy of consideration.

Rite of blessing holy water, Traditional Form

I ask all lay people to forward this message to priests.

In Domino

Fraser Pearce

Chairman

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

Chairman

Pray for Una Voce Scotland

Dear members and friends,

As we begin a new year and work towards our plans for the coming months, I would like to invite you to support the apostolate of Una Voce Scotland through prayer.

Our work is in vain if it is not God who works in us and so I ask all members and friends to add our work to your Rosary intentions every week, particularly for prayer intentions that we will share every month.

Our intention for January is the growth of the Traditional Latin Mass in Cleland and for priests who are discerning how and when to start offering the Traditional Latin Mass.

If you would like to receive these intentions by email, please send a message to uvs@unavoce-scotland.uk and ask to join our email list.

With thanks for your support and prayers,

In Domino

Fraser Pearce
Chairman