Thursday, July 23, 2015


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Fr. J. Fryar, FSSP is starting a Catechism online class. This is FREE.  Big plans for the future, but these are the humble beginnings of a Catechism series beginning with the Catechism of the Mass.

It is given in the parking lot of the parish because too many people showed up to the class in the room they were given. THIS CLASS IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH.

It can be viewed live on Tuesdays nights at 11:00 pm EST, 10 PM Central, 9:00 PM MST, or 8:00 pm PST (these are Daylight Saving Time schedule.) or watch for the revised recorded version usually posted Thursdays.  Una Voce requests you pass this on so others may enjoy this class.

Here is the link to the LiveMass Channel to watch the live class on line:

Here is the link to watch the past lessons you have missed:

Thursday, July 9, 2015


Father "Romo" blessing servers after mass in the sacristy

Father "Romo" of the FSSP has recorded almost 32 hours of classes in Spanish on the traditional Faith. Father is the pastor of the apostolate in Guadalajara Mexico (whose diocese has well over 1000 seminarians and is home of the Mexican Christeros Saints). Una Voce offers these to help evangelize your Spanish speaking Catholic friends.

To watch almost 32 hours of classes on the Catholic Faith please click here:

Monday, July 6, 2015


St Theresa's Grovetown Ga

There have been developments regarding a movement in the Augusta Georgia area for the return of the traditional Latin Mass. Una Voce has resources available to assist in the development of the Latin mass in this area. If you live in the area and are interested in promoting the return of traditional Catholicism, and want to be put in contact with others and receive info, please send an email to the address below.  In the subject line put : "Augusta Latin Mass"

Contact for Augusta Georgia Latin Mass

Thursday, June 18, 2015


Church of the Assumption in Nashville Tenn.

Beginning on August 9th there will be the traditional Latin Mass every Sunday at 8:30 am. Please attend and support the parish in developing and expanding this apostolate, so that the traditional Catholics in the area can have all the benefits of a traditional parish. This mass is said by secular clergy.

Contact Info:
1227 Seventh Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37208

Thursday, June 11, 2015


Low Masses


The schola at St Francis de Sales in Mableton will take the month of July off for vacation, therefore ALL masses in July at this parish will be low masses

Monday, June 8, 2015


Father De Guzman (in cope)

The FSSP has announced the priest assignments for North America, and they affect the parish of St Francis de Sales in Mableton (Atlanta Diocese). The current assistant pastor Father Joel Kiefer has been assigned as the new pastor of the North American Martyrs Parish in Seattle Washington.  He will be replaced with Father Joseph De Guzman, who was ordained last year. Father de Guzman is from Chattanooga Tennessee. Father Kiefer's new address is below:

5030 8th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 641-6504

Tuesday, June 2, 2015


Blessing of Bonfire by ICKSP, last year

The parish of St Francis de Sales in Mableton (Atlanta Diocese)will have the Blessing of the St Johns fire at 5:30 pm Saturday June 27th (please note this is a male only event)  Bring a lawn chair, we will cookout, and burn old sacramentals, sing and pray. Immerse yourself in Catholic culture. For directions see

One of the most ancient blessings in the Roman Ritual is the Blessing of a bonfire on the Vigil of the Nativity of St John the Baptist. ( The Vigil is June 23rd). Pursuant to Summorum Pontificum you can ask your priest to utilize the Roman Ritual (in addition to the Missal &Breviary) and can ask him to perfom this blessing at your Church

If you are able to have your priest bless a bonfire here is the english translation of the Blessing for you to follow along:


on the Vigil of the Birthday of St. John the Baptist

conferred by the clergy outside of church

In the Church's veneration of her saints the cult of John the Baptist had from earliest times and continues to have a most prominent and honored place. John gave testimony of the true light that shines in the darkness, although he proclaimed in utter humility: "He must increase, but I must decrease." And the Master also spoke in highest praise of His precursor: "I say to you, among those born of women there is not a greater prophet than John the Baptist." Attuned to the words of the Gospel the Christians of former times were filled with love and enthusiasm for this saint, and expressed a justifiable conviviality at the approach of his feastday by lighting a bonfire the night before in front of their churches, in the market-place, on the hilltops, and in the valleys. The custom of St. John bonfires, indicative of a people with unabashed and childlike faith, continues in some places to this day.

P: Our help is in the name of the Lord.

All: Who made heaven and earth.

P: The Lord be with you.

All: May He also be with you.
Let us pray.

Lord God, almighty Father, the light that never fails and the source of all light, sanctify + this new fire, and grant that after the darkness of this life we may come unsullied to you who are light eternal; through Christ our Lord.
All: Amen.

The fire is sprinkled with holy water; after which the clergy and the people sing the following hymn (for the music see the music supplement):

Hymn: Ut queant laxis

O for your spirit, holy John, to chasten

Lips sin-polluted, fettered tongues to loosen;

So by your children might your deeds of wonder

Meetly be chanted.

Lo! a swift herald, from the skies descending,

Bears to your father promise of your greatness;

How he shall name you, what your future story,

Duly revealing.

Scarcely believing message so transcendent,

Him for a season power of speech forsaketh,

Till, at your wondrous birth, again returneth,

Voice to the voiceless.

You, in your mother's womb all darkly cradled,

Knew your great Monarch, biding in His chamber,

Whence the two parents, through their offspring's merits,

Mysteries uttered.

Praise to the Father, to the Son begotten,

And to the Spirit, equal power possessing,

One God whose glory, through the lapse of ages,

Ever resounding.

P: There was a man sent from God.

All Whose name was John.
Let us pray.

God, who by reason of the birth of blessed John have made this

day praiseworthy, give your people the grace of spiritual joy,

and keep the hearts of your faithful fixed on the way that leads

to everlasting salvation; through Christ our Lord.
All: Amen.