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Planning meeting
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Friday, September 9 · 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Fr. McGivney House
521 Elizabeth Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan

After years of occasional trips to Detroit, four seasons of monthly Traditional Latin Masses at Old St. Patrick and one Sung Vespers (EF) at St. Thomas, it is time for the notional members of Una Voce Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti to come together more intentionally for the purpose of working to promote and advance Catholic Tradition within our county, diocese and state.

To that end, UVAAY shall hold monthly planning meetings and socials. Fr. Gawronski regularly schedules a Sunday TLM at OSP on the second Sunday of each month. UVAAY's meetings will be held on the Fridays before those Sundays. If there is a Friday evening TLM scheduled to be celebrated at OSP, meetings would be there; More frequently, these meetings will be held near downtown Ann Arbor.

One focus of this first meeting will be the continued support and promotion of the monthly Sunday TLM at OSP - Fr. Gerald Gawronski has indicated that Sunday Masses at OSP would become frequent when a stable community of a larger size is present at that parish; and we will discuss what can be done corporately to work toward that goal.

Other focuses may include our monthly Mass & dinner events in Detroit as well as the scheduling of traditional liturgies at other area parishes.

While we hope to identify a "steering committee" whose members would attend most meetings, each month's meeting is also intended as a social event open to community members who have never attended OSP, may want to inform themselves about the traditional liturgy before attending it for the first time or just wish to share their planning thoughts without necessarily volunteering to become thoroughly involved.

Unless it is a particularly penitential season, drinks and appetizers will be served. Attendees are invited to help with such provisions.

RSVP via Facebook or contact Paul Schultz - paulcschultz at gmail dot com - to submit any questions.