Join Una Voce of Northeast Florida

Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapter


    Una Voce ("with one voice," from the Preface of the Most Holy Trinity) is an international federation of associations, founded in Rome in  1966, that now includes national associations in 17 nations on every continent.  It is dedicated to ensuring that the Roman Mass codified by Saint Pius V is maintained as one of the forms of Eucharistic worship that are honored in universal liturgical life, and to restoring the use of Latin, Gregorian Chant, and Sacred Polyphony in Catholic liturgy.


    Members believe that the use of Latin in the Mass and the Sacraments is a unifying force, needed by the church in these days of widespread controversy.  They believe that using the rites which were the form of Catholic worship for over 1500 years will preserve the traditional emphasis on the Mass as Sacrifice, with its central teaching of transubstantiation. 

        Una Voce of Northeast Florida, Inc. (UNVNFL), a local chapter of Una Voce America, was established in order to provide lay Catholics of the diocese of St. Augustine, and the surrounding areas, with a support group and a place for information concerning the traditional Latin Mass, its beauty and heritage.  We profess loyalty to the Holy Father, the Bishop of St. Augustine, the Magisterium, Canon Law, and all the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.


Please send this form to or or print it out and send a check to:

Una Voce of Northeast Florida, Inc.

11307 River Knoll Dr.

Jacksonville, Florida  32225

















*By your signature, you in no way disclaim the validity of the Second Vatican Council or the Novus Ordo Missae.


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