980 Dorothea Rd.
La Habra Heights, Ca 90631
Una Voce is an international lay organization of Roman Catholics faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and obedient to the authority of Pope Francis I. We are dedicated to maintaining the Roman liturgy codified by Pope St. Pius V, known as the Tridentine or Latin Mass, as one of the universally recognized and honored forms of Eucharistic celebration. Una Voce also promotes Latin, the official Church language, and Gregorian chant, the official Church music.
Updated June 23, 2020
Churches Have Reopened! Beginning June 14
For livestream and recorded Mass information, please scroll down.
Confessions during the week? Yes, you can! (Except June 22-27 while the Norbertines are on retreat)
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Annual Lenten Mission Pilgrimage – Postponed, New Date TBD
Keep checking for updates
We continue to provide the Latin/English Propers free of charge! Please click here to access
Please remember to financially and spiritually support your traditional parishes. Our holy priests still depend upon the faithful for their needs.
Diocese of Orange Churches Reopened
The traditional parishes have reopened! The following applies to all parishes in the Diocese:
• Those over age 65 and/or with a co-morbidity will be encouraged to consider not returning to Mass just yet, and anyone showing any symptoms
of sickness, or anyone who has a household member who is sick or showing symptoms of sickness should not come to church.
• The church will be thoroughly sanitized/cleaned before and after each service, including all entryways and doors. Holy water fonts will be
empty, and hymnals removed.
• Hand sanitizer will be available at all churches.
• All local safety orders specifically relating to proper face coverings will be followed.
• People will be instructed to not engage in any physical touch, such as by greeting each other.
• Signs and other instructions will encourage normal safe practices necessary to avoid the spread (e.g. cough or sneeze into a shirtsleeve, handkerchief, or tissue; avoid touching the eyes, nose, and mouth).
• Ventilation will be increased much as possible, such as windows open (weather permitting).
To our knowledge, most Masses offered in the extraordinary rite are Low Masses for the time being.
For individual traditional parishes, here’s what we know:
St. John Paul II Polish Center 3999 Rose Drive, Yorba Linda, CA
The 7 a.m. Mass is fully open, with social distancing in effect. Masks are strongly recommended to help protect our vulnerable parishioners. If you don’t have a mask, one will be provided for you. Holy water is dispensed individually, hand sanitizer is easily available and its use encouraged. Missals are provided to keep - free of charge, please reuse (made possible by a generous donation).
Screened confessions are available before and after Mass in the garden/courtyard.
St. John the Baptist 1015 Baker Steet, Costa Mesa, CA
The 12:30 Mass is also fully open, with the diocesan requirements in place.
Individual confessions by appointment only in the rectory office. Call 714-540-2214.
St. Thomas More (2nd Sundays 12:45 pm) 51 Market Pl, Irvine, CA
All diocesan precautions are in place. The church and parish offices are closed other than at Mass times.
“Drive-up” Confessions with Fr. Kiet Ta and Fr. Joseph Horn continue from Noon to 2:00 pm every Saturday (except July 4th for the observance of the holiday). Cars will simply line up in the parking lot and wait for their turn. When it is your turn, then you will get out of your car and sit in the chair outside the priest’s open window. The screen and shade will provide a barrier.
Serra Chapel – Mission San Juan Capistrano 26801 Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano, CA
The 6:30 am (first Sunday) and 8 am (weekly) Masses have not reopened to the public.
St. Mary’s by the Sea 321 10th St, Huntington Beach, CA
There are (temporarily) 2 Masses in the Extraordinary Rite, at 11:30 am and at 1:30 pm every Sunday. Everyone will sit 6 feet away from one another the exception of small children who will be allowed to sit with their parent. If all seats are filled, we will provide overflow seating for (20) additional people in Fr. Johnson Hall and in the Courtyard, where Mass will be viewed on a large screen. Please plan to arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to the Mass. All households will line up at the Main Entrance of St. Mary’s by the Sea (following social distancing tape placed on the sidewalk). Ushers will be waiting at the steps to seat you and your household.
Confessions: Saturday 3:00-4:00 pm
Note: Facebook and YouTube accounts are not necessary to watch livestream or recorded Masses!
Diocese of Orange Livestream Masses in the Extraordinary Rite:
Saint John the Baptist, Costa Mesa:
All Sundays – 12:30 pm
Livestream Masses in the Extraordinary Rite from outside the Diocese of Orange:
Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem (CRNJ):
Weekdays- 5 am Daily Mass
3 pm Vespers
Saturdays- 6:30 am Daily Mass
Sunday- 5:30 am Low Mass
3 pm Vespers
Fraternal Society of Saint Peter (FSSP):
Click here for Livestream (all times Pacific Daylight Time)
Weekdays- 12 am Fribourg Messe (French/Latin)
4:10 am Warrington Daily Mass
6 am (Mondays) Guadalajara Daily Mass (Spanish/Latin) or
(Tuesday-Friday) Sarasota Daily Mass
7 am (Fridays) Guadalajara Daily Mass (Spanish/Latin)
9 am (Mondays) Sarasota Daily Mass
9:30 am Fribourg Messe (French/Latin)
7 pm Los Angeles Daily Mass (followed on Fridays with a Meditation on the Mass)
Saturday- 12 am Fribourg Messe (French/Latin)
4:10 am Warrington Daily Mass
7 am Guadalajara Daily Mass (Spanish/Latin)
7 pm Los Angeles Daily Mass
Sunday- 1 am Fribourg Messe Chantee (French/Latin)
3 am Warrington Solemn Mass
5:30 am Sarasota Low Mass
7:30 am Sarasota Low Mass
10 am Guadalajara Sung Mass (Spanish/Latin)
12 pm Los Angeles Sung Mass
5 pm Guadalajara Holy Mass (Spanish/Latin)
Your Una Voce of Orange County Officers:
David Lanfranchi, President
Paul-Pierre Marchand, Vice President
Joy Lanfranchi, Secretary/Treasurer
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