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“All the steps we take to hear Mass are counted by the Holy Angels and that person will be given a high reward by God in this life and in eternity.”
— St. Augustine

“Know, O Christian, that the Mass is the holiest act of religion. You cannot do anything to glorify God more nor profit your soul more than devoutly assisting at it, and assisting as often as possible.”
— St. Peter Julian Eymard 

Mass Times:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 a.m.
Saturday at 8:00 a.m.

On Tuesday and Thursday mornings, a Low Mass is celebrated prior to the start of the workday.  On Wednesday evenings, a Missa Cantata is celebrated with beautiful Gregorian Chant, assisted by our newly formed schola. Rosary is said prior to each Mass and confessions are offered 30 minutes beforehand. Contact St. Anthony's rectory to have Masses offered.

Welcome to UnaVoceBuffalo.com Your resource site for the Traditional Latin Mass in Western New York.

“It is vitally important that these new priests and religious, these new young people with ardent hearts, should find -- if only in a corner of the rambling mansion of the Church -- the treasure of a truly sacred liturgy still glowing softly in the night. And it is our task – since we have been given the grace to appreciate the value of this heritage -- to preserve it from spoliation, from becoming buried out of sight, despised and therefore lost forever. It is our duty to keep it alive: by our own loving attachment, by our support for the priests who make it shine in our churches, by our apostolate at all levels of persuasion...”
--- Dr Erich Vermehren de Saventhem, founding President of the International Una Voce Federation, New York 1970

“A renaissance will come: asceticism and adoration as the mainspring of direct total dedication to Christ will return. Confraternities of priests, vowed to celibacy and to an intense life of prayer and meditation will be formed. Religious will regroup themselves into houses of 'strict observance'. A new form of 'Liturgical Movement' will come into being, led by young priests and attracting mainly young people, in protest against the flat, prosaic, philistine or delirious liturgies which will soon overgrow and finally smother even the recently revised rites..."
--- Dr Erich Vermehren de Saventhem, founding President of the International Una Voce Federation, New York 1970
Immediately after the Second Vatican Council it was presumed that requests for the use of the 1962 Missal would be limited to the older generation which had grown up with it, but in the meantime it has clearly been demonstrated that young persons too have discovered this liturgical form, felt its attraction and found in it a form of encounter with the Mystery of the Most Holy Eucharist, particularly suited to them.

Pope Benedict XVI, Given at St. Peter’s, July 7, 2007