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.

Lucis Creator Optime, Sunday Vespers

After a break for the summer, Sung Vespers and Benediction recommences at Immaculate Heart Parish this week at 4.45pm on Sunday.

Vespers and Benediction are a perfect opportunity to continue our thanksgiving after Mass in the morning and to participate in more of the liturgical prayer of the Church.

For what to expect, click here. For insights into the connection between Mass and Vespers click here.

To whet your appetite, here is the hymn for Vespers on Sundays after Epiphany and after Pentecost, Lucis Creator Optime. Written by Pope St Gregory the Great in the second half of the 6th century, this hymn speaks of the first day of creation with the Vespers hymns for the rest of the week following likewise.

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