Saturday, 22 December 2012

Toronto Traditional Mass Society - Una Voce Toronto: A Success Story That Has Gained International Recognition

Something wonderful is happening in Canada. Slowly, surely the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (known as well as the "Tridentine Rite") is growing here in southern Ontario. The Toronto Traditional Mass Society - Una Voce Toronto (TTMS- UVT) has grown from humble beginnings (with evening meetings at the home of the late, great Eileen Anderson; with Clare Meechan as her immediate successor) to recent achievements that are now drawing close to 500 souls to the "Mass of all times". 

The unique and exquisitely
beautiful logo of the TTMS-UVT
The work of the TTMS-UVT; their dedication and devotion - AND - success has reached well beyond Canadian borders, and now the well- known international blog site, Rorate Caeli is carrying today an article by Mr. David Domet, President of the Society on its growth and success. Mr. Domet is to be congratulated for his unflinching devotion to the Mass and tireless work in this regard. This also includes logging well over 1000 kms per month in his duties as choirmaster at St. Patrick's in Kinkora, Ontario. 

This Christmas, please make an effort to attend the liturgy in the traditional Latin rites of the Church. There are, for those in the greater Toronto region, thankfully, many liturgies diffused about the city.

Recommended links: 

Latin Mass -Una Voce Toronto

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