Website Review: Una Voce Site on which this review was based: http://www.unavoce.org
Una Voce is an international federation of associations, founded in 1966 in Rome, that now includes national associations in 17 nations. It is dedicated to "ensuring that the Roman Mass codified by St. Pius V is maintained as one of the forms of Eucharistic worship which are honored in universal liturgical life, and to restoring the use of Latin, Gregorian Chant, and sacred polyphony in Catholic liturgy." This website is the Una Voce America which exists to promote information about the international federation.
Although the goals of the organization are worthy in working towards them, in the past Una Voce has tended to undermine the authority of the Church regarding the new Mass. While some of these links and essays are still present on the site they seem to exhibit a much smaller part in the overall slant of the site which now seems to focus more on promoting the Tridentine Rite than in criticizing the Novus Ordo.
Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?
First Evaluated: 03/15/2001; Last Updated: 09/16/2013
- Fidelity: Excellent
- Resources: Good
- Useability: Excellent
- Information about Una Voce and a listing of Una Voce Chapters Resources
- Related Church documents Resources
- A number of related Catholic links Resources Example(s)
- An archive of articles Resources
- A section on Chant Resources
- Latin Language section Resources
- Fidelity: External links to sites that support the Feeneyite and/or the Lefebvrite position Example(s)
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