Una Voce
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(10-12-2009, 07:24 PM)StrictCatholicGirl Wrote:
(10-12-2009, 07:18 PM)Scipio_a Wrote: A decent organization...under the old indult was very FSSP..sometimes anti SSPX...it was/is and organization that attempted, among other things, to help spread the indult by being a source of info on how to approach the local ordinary.



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The Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce (FIUV) Council 2011-2013 was elected as follows (since then there have been some changes):

    Leo Darroch (The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales);
    Jack Oostveen (Ecclesia Dei Delft, Nederland);
    Jason King (Una Voce America);
    Patrick Banken (Una Voce France);
    Thomas Murphy (St. Conleth’s Catholic Heritage Association, Ireland);
    Monika Rheinschmitt (Pro Missa Tridentina, Deutschland);
    Oleg-Michael Martynov (Una Voce Russia);
    Fabio Marino (Coordinamento di Una Voce delle Venezie, Italia);
    Carlos Antonio Palad (Ecclesia Dei Society of St. Joseph, Philippines);
    David Reid (Vancouver Traditional Mass Society of Canada);
    Rodolfo Vargas Rubio (Roma Aeterna, España);
    Joseph Shaw (The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales);
    Felipe Alanis Suarez (Una Voce Mexico);
    Diane Taylor (Ecclesia Dei Society of New Zealand);
    Godwin Xuereb (Pro Tridentina, Malta).

There were quite a number of heavyweights who served as Presidents, as the below list shows:

    1966-1992 : Eric de Saventhem (Una Voce America)
    1992-2004 : Michael Davies (The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales)
    2004-2005 : Ralf Siebenbürger (Una Voce Austria)
    2005-2006 : Fra Fredrik Crichton-Stuart (Una Voce Scotland)
    2006-2007 : Jack Oostveen (Ecclesia Dei Delft of the Netherlands)
    since 2007: Leo Darroch (The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales)

A very brief history may be found here:

http://www.fiuv.org/fiuv.html
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#13
For the period 2015 - 2017, a new FIUV Council was elected a couple of weeks ago in Rome. Only 7 members remain from the 2011 - 2013 one, whereas only 8 from the one of 2013 - 2015. First indications point to a younger Council.

http://pro-tridentina-malta.blogspot.com...ected.html

The new President, Mexican Felipe Alanis, stated that:

Quote:With special joy, I can announce that the Council has decided to create the honorary office of President’s Personal Consultant, with the informal role of closely and personally advising the President in the main questions raised about the governance of the Federation. This is to recognize and take benefit of the experience of former FIUV Presidents. So, each of them is allowed and respectfully asked to bear this new position personally and exclusively attached to the President in charge, who assumes, of course, the whole responsibility of the decisions he makes. I take the occasion to express my sincere and deep gratitude to my predecessors. As we could verify in our very first Council meeting, to leave our humble skills in the hands of the our Lady who, under the mystery of her Immaculate Conception, will allow us to work in a beautiful concord and unity ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam animarumque salutem.
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Some days ago, the Una Voce Council for 2017 - 2019 was elected. The President has remained the same, probably due to what some American and French observers have deemed to be a quiet period for the FIUV, although such a strategy might be more detrimental than helpful. Still, the current President has done a lot of work for which he is to be commended.

What might be more interesting for those who want to know more about the FIUV is the publication of Una Voce's history.
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