Latin Mass Society of England and Wales

The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales is a Roman Catholic society based in England and Wales that is dedicated to making the Traditional Latin Mass more widely available. It is affiliated to the International Federation Una Voce (FIUV).

The aims of the Society as defined in its Constitution are:

  • To uphold the teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church as defined by the Council of Trent in matters pertaining to the liturgy and to religious observance.
  • To promote the regular and frequent public celebration of Holy Mass in accordance with the rite established by the Council of Trent and in the Latin language.
  • To encourage the study, appreciation and use in worship of the traditional music of the Church and especially Gregorian Chant.
  • To work for the continued and wider use of the Latin language in the Church's worship, teaching and administration.
  • To provide a means whereby the laity may communicate to the Hierarchy their need and desires in matters pertaining to the foregoing objects.

The Society publishes a schedule of Tridentine Masses approved by the bishops throughout England and Wales.

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