UVS ‘AGM’ 2020

Dear Members and Friends,

Our Online AGM begins at 11am today, with a Requiem Mass for deceased members of UVS, offered by Fr O’Connor. This will be broadcast live on Facebook here.

Following the Requiem Mass at 12 noon will be our Online AGM, featuring a welcome from Cardinal Burke, Keynote Speech from Bishop Schneider and the Chairman’s Report. This will “go live” at 12 noon on Youtube.

We hope you will be able to join us either live, or watching later. Please feel free to share these links on your social media.

Additionally, we are saddened to inform our members and friends of the death of Kathleen Fraser. She died on Thursday 12th November, surrounded by her family. Kathleen was a Life Member of UVS and the widow of the late Hamish Fraser, also a member of UVS and a great promoter of Traditional Catholicism.Please remember Kathleen in your prayers, along with Hamish and all the deceased members of UVS.

Yours

In Domino

Fraser Pearce
Chairman

2020 Online ‘AGM’

Due to the restrictions on public gatherings, we will be unable to hold an AGM this year. We will however be holding an online event on Saturday 14th of November. The day will begin with our annual Requiem Mass offered for the repose of the sous of or deceased members at 11am, offered by Fr Liam O’Connor on his parish Facebook page. Following this the Una Voce Scotland Facebook page will host a pre-recorded set of talks including a round-up of the year from the chairman and greetings from His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke and His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider.

 

Please note that both Facebook pages are public and one does not require a Facebook account to view them. Please see the poster for full details.

 

End of the Year Roundup 2019

Originally published in the December 2019 Newsletter.

As we begin a new liturgical year, we look back with thankfulness for the opportunities that we have had to support and expand the celebration of the traditional rites.

In June we shared in celebrating Fr Dunn’s 25th anniversary Mass providing music and altar servers.

Fr Doohan in Dundee received his first parish from Bishop Robson and the community there continues to grow having several baptisms and first holy communions in the old rite. Immaculate Heart Parish is also thriving and has had three baptisms and two first
holy communions in the old rite this year. St Mary’s Cleland was the setting for the baptism of another new baby, the daughter of one of our schola members.

In addition to the initiation of new Catholics, Una Voce Scotland assisted with the Requiem Mass of Dr Dunn.

The highlight of the year was the second visit of Cardinal Burke which was a resounding success. The Cardinal was able to see the fruits of his first visit, a ‘Burke Bounce’ one might say.

Una Voce Scotland continues to offer unseen support to many priests who rely on us for vestments, missals, training and personnel to assist with liturgies and events, all of which we do gladly.

Finally at the AGM, we recognised the service of Fred Stone and welcomed Fraser Pearce as the new Chairman. Moving into this new year, we entrust our apostolate to Our Blessed Lady, the Immaculata, who will guide and protect us in doing the work of Her Son.