Traditional Latin Masses in Puerto Rico

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Mass Times

The Traditional Latin Mass (also known as Tridentine Mass or Extraordinary Form) is celebrated on Sundays in the Archdiocese of San Juan, as noted in the schedule below and the calendar in the sidebar to the right. Our goal is for it to be celebrated every Sunday in every dioceses, but we still do not have priest-collaborators to do so. If you are interested in helping organize new Traditional Masses, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Latin-English misalettes are available for use. Homilies are often bilingual (Spanish and English).

Santa Ana Church
Old San Juan
Sundays · 3:00PM
We recommend checking the calendar to the right or our Facebook page before attending.

The current structure of Santa Ana Church dates from the middle of the XIXth century, but it is the direct succesor of a shrine that existed in the same place since the XVIth century, more than 400 years ago. In those days the area was outside the city, and due to its location near the sea the shrine was naturally dedicated to St. Anne, patroness of sailors. Nowadays, this church is close to the Old San Juan cruise terminal and to tourist attractions, and it is surrounded by historic buildings.
Parking is available at La Puntilla, at about 5 minute walking-distance; rates for this parking lot are $1.25 for the first hour or fraction of an hour, and 50¢ the additional hour or fraction of an hour.

Protomártires de la Inmaculada Concepción Parish
Barrio Espinar, Aguada

This church houses within it the ruins of the historic Purísima Concepción Shrine, built in stone by Franciscan friars in the 17th century to immortalize the memory of the friars who brought the Faith to these shores in the 16th century. Those friars were martyred around the year 1528-1529 by the hands of the Kalinago, and the shrine (made of wood and straw) burned down by the same. This historic and sacred place, then, is particularly suited to our apostolate.
This location is within a half-hour driving distance from Rincón, Aguadilla, and Mayagüez.

About Una Voce Puerto Rico

Una Voce Puerto Rico is a lay organization that has the objective of safeguarding the rich liturgical patrimony of the Roman Catholic Church and the promotion of its iuse in the sacramental life of the Church in the archipelago of Puerto Rico.

Una Voce Puerto Rico is an affiliate of the Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce. This organization carries out its mission in full obedience to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, the Supreme Pontiff, and the local Ordinaries.

The name "Una Voce", Latin for "one voice", comes from the Preface of the Most Holy Trinity, which announces our singing of the Sanctus in one voice with the angels. If Latin in the liturgy is preserved, all Roman Rite Catholics will truly be singing and praying in one voice.

Una Voce Puerto Rico is based out of the City of San Juan Bautista of Puerto Rico.

Contact Us

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any doubts, want more information, or would like to contribute in any way.

Mailing Address of the Association:
P.O Box 190892
San Juan, PR 00919-0892

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Mobile number: 787 594-0071 (Edgardo Cruz, president of Una Voce Puerto Rico)