Saturday, July 30, 2011


On August 7th, a Traditional Latin Mass will be offered in the Archdiocese of Mobile at St. Peter Catholic Church in Montgomery. Una Voce encourages you to promote this Mass for the benefit of any friends or relatives you may know in the Montgomery area.
In response to Pope Benedict’s recent efforts to refamiliarize us with the ancient treasures contained in the old Latin liturgy, Fr. Den Irwin will be offering Low Mass in the Extraordinary Form (commonly known as the Traditional Latin Mass) in Montgomery Sunday, August 7th at 5:00 pm at St. Peter Catholic Church located at 219 Adams Ave. Everyone is welcome.”

Sunday, July 24, 2011


The Mobile Press Register had a huge article with photos about this Fridays Requiem Mass in the Cathedral. It takes up half of the front page of the Sunday Living section. The current issue of Catholic Week (the Diocean Newspaper) has an article on the upcoming mass. Make sure you sign in and get on the list at the mass. arrive early, a big crowd is expected.


Sunday, July 17, 2011

Momemtum Continues to Build in Mobile Diocese

The below Article was in todays Mobile Register about the upcoming Mass in the Mobile Cathedral. Also  next week there will be a full coverage article in the same Newspaper. AndThe Catholic Week of the Mobile Archdiocese is expected to have an article on the mass next week.
The final weekend in July will bring an extraordinary event to downtown Mobile.
Musica Sacra Choir will enter its 24th season under the direction of founder and music director Christopher Uhl with the impressive Duruflé Requiem at 7:30 p.m. July 29 in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
Organist Jeff Clearman and the 20-voice choir will perform the work within the context of a High Requiem Mass in the ancient Roman Rite, for which Duruflé originally composed the piece.
The Very Rev. Stephen E. Martin, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Mobile, will be the celebrant.
The Mass will remember deceased singers and benefactors of Musica Sacra, but those who attend will have an opportunity to remember departed family and friends. A sign-in book will be available at the door of the Cathedral, prior to the service.
Living Arts will have complete coverage of the Requiem Mass in next Sunday’s editions of the Press-Register.
Information, contact Musica Sacra president Sally McKenna at 251-610-1931 or email

Saturday, July 9, 2011



The Mobile newspaper did an hour-long interview yesterday with an organizer of the below mass in Mobile, with Thomas Harrison of the Mobile Press-Register.  The Newspaper also interviewed Fr. Martin, and its going to interview several singers.  It is to be a big feature article, with photos, in the arts section on July 23.  Watch for it; it will be on the Press-Register web-site.  They're also sending a photo to the Requiem itself for follow-up photos to be published after the event. This should lead to a large crowd. Hopefully this large crowd will lead to the formation of a latin mass group that can carry on the momentum of a return to tradition in the Diocese.

Info on the Mass:
On Friday July 29th at 7:30 pm there will be a historic Latin Mass in the Mobile Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Father Martin, the new Cathedral Rector and new Vicar General of the Archdiocese has agreed to celebrate a Requiem Mass for the deceased singers & benefactors of the Musica Sacra choir and Chamber Orchestra. The setting that Musica Sacra will sing, of the ordinary, is that of Maurice Durufle, late titular organist of St. Etienne du Mont in Paris. The propers will mostly be Gregorian, with the Tract a setting for female voices in harmony.

Thursday, July 7, 2011


Please make sure you watch the show on EWTN about the traditional latin mass:
EWTN Theology Roundtable.
Sun. July 10 at 10 PM ET
Tues. July 12 at 1 PM ET
Thurs. July 14 at 5 AM ET

Join Host Colin Donovan and his guests as they examine the instruction on the application of Pope Benedict's Motu Proprio for the celebration of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. With Fr. Scott Haynes, SJC; Fr. James Fryar, FSSP; and Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe, MFVA