It's pretty unusual to be visited by members of the Una Voce Federation from the other side of the earth, but having come to Rome for the Federation meeting Mrs Taylor decided to make the most of it.
In the capital, Aukland, New Zealand has had for some time a church dedicated to the Traditional Mass, served by a priest who looks after a regular congregation drawn from far and wide. This is an important precedent for the developing situation in England: a church shared between a parish and the Fraternity of St Peter in Reading, an official 'Chaplaincy' of the Fraternity in the Diocese of Northhampton, and the agreement between the Bishop of Shrewsbury and the Institute of Christ the King which gives them the use of the Church of SS Peter & Paul in the outskirts of Liverpool.
It's officially called Ecclesia Dei Society of New Zealand, but yes, it is in fact the Kiwi Una Voce :-D And our friend Diane Taylor is not a president but rather a secretary of EDSNZ (prooflink: http://edsnz.org/?page_id=25).ReplyDelete
Thanks Oleg! Corrected. And apologies for my sloppy writing (failing to check!)ReplyDelete
The shrine of Sts Peter Paul and Philomena is on the Wirral facing the Liverpool docksReplyDelete
The capital of New Zealand is Wellington not Auckland.ReplyDelete