On my appointment as Chairman of Una Voce Scotland

From the New Chairman of Una Voce Scotland

Dear members and friends,

At the AGM on the 23rd November 2019, the members present elected me to succeed Fred Stone as Chairman of Una Voce Scotland. I am humbled by the confidence that Fred has shown in me by proposing me and by the unanimous support of members. I have accepted the role of Chairman.

My primary response is to express my sincere thanks and admiration for the work that Fred has done during his tenure. In what have been at times challenging circumstances, Fred has supported countless priests, seminarians and lay faithful in the promotion of the Traditional Latin Mass from our own dioceses of Scotland and as far away as Taiwan, Hungary and South Africa.

Under Fred’s leadership, Una Voce Scotland has supported several communities in establishing and maintaining the Usus Antiquior and the relatively wide availability of the old rite in the central belt is testament to Fred’s commitment to serving Christ and His Church and the ongoing work of Una Voce Scotland. These communities continue to grow and bear good fruit, attracting many from varied backgrounds, most notably young Catholics. Fred has also brought much encouragement to us all by organising the visits of Cardinal Burke and Bishop Schneider which have served to evangelise through the beauty of the Church’s ancient rites.

As I assume the role of Chairman, I hope to build on the sacrifices and successes of my predecessors by leading UVS in continuing to support the training in and celebration of the Traditional Rites of the Church and with God’s grace and the intercession of Our Blessed Lady, expanding the support and unity that Una Voce Scotland provides to all who seek beauty, truth and tradition for the glory of God and for the salvation of souls.

Please pray for me and for the work of Una Voce Scotland.

In Domino,

Fraser Pearce
Chairman
Una Voce Scotland

Last Sunday after Pentecost 2019

UVS Annual Requiem Mass

On the 2nd of November, Una Voce Scotland are hosting our annual Requiem Mass for deceased members. Providentially, this fall’s in the feast of All Souls.

Schola Una Voce will be providing the music which, in addition to the chant, will include music from Victoria’s Missa pro Defunctis a4.

All are welcome to attend the Mass and members will stay for the AGM afterwards.

Cardinal Burke in Glasgow

It is great to see that New Liturgical Movement picked up on our Pontifical High Mass with Cardinal Burke on Saturday.

I am looking forward to sharing the film of the Mass and to hearing how Schola Una Voce came across in the recording. On the day, they couldn’t have sounded better. The Cardinal was very pleased with the music and took time to speak with the choir and I after the Mass.

Mrs Pearce made a cake for the occasion, in the form of a red biretta!

Schola Una Voce: Whet your appetite…

For those who are planning to attend the Pontifical High Mass at the Throne offered by Cardinal Burke on the 14th, here is something from his last visit to whet your appetite!

Schola Una Voce is the choir of Una Voce Scotland and unites singers from the Latin Mass communities around Scotland.

Cardinal Burke to visit Glasgow, September 2019

I am delighted to be directing the music once again for a Pontifical High Mass offered by His Eminence Cardinal Burke on 14th September at Immaculate Heart Church, Balornock. I’m looking forward to working with an expanded Schola Una Voce which brings together singers from the Latin Mass communities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee. Music list TBA.