Una Voce DC

On February 29, 2024, the Arlington Latin Mass Society became a chapter of Una Voce America, serving the Washington, DC, metropolitan area as Una Voce DC.

Una Voce, founded in 1966 in Rome, is an international federation of associations dedicated to ensuring that the Roman Mass codified by St. Pius V is maintained as one of the forms of Eucharistic worship which are honored in universal liturgical life, and to restoring the use of Latin, Gregorian Chant, and sacred polyphony in Catholic liturgy.

Membership in the chapter is open to practicing Catholics, as well as catechumens, who agree to our chapter's Statement of Purpose (Article II in our chapter constitution, below). Spouses and relatives should each submit an individual application. Membership confers a formal association with ALMS and Una Voce, and members will share in the spiritual benefits of all Masses, prayers, and penances offered for members of the chapter or Una Voce as a whole.

Arlington Latin Mass Society – Una Voce DC

Chapter Constitution

Article I: Name & Scope

Article II: Statement of Purpose

The Chapter has the following aims that shall direct its activities:

Article III: Officers

Article IV: Membership

Article V: Funds

All monies obtained from any source, by or through any person or persons, acting for or in the name of the Chapter or under its direction or authority, shall be the property of ALMS, and shall be delivered forthwith to one of the Officers, who shall in turn deposit or transfer said monies to the Treasury of ALMS.

Article VI: Miscellaneous