San Antonio, Texas, USAOur Lady of Fatima Latin Mass Community, formerly located at St. Maximilian Kolbe Chapel, is now defunct, having been absorbed into St Piux X Parish on Harry Wurzbach Rd., which now hosts the Latin Mass. See their site for details: click
Other TLM's in San Antonio:
A picture from the days when we had the TLM at St. Maximilian Kolbe Chapel: click
~ An excellent editorial on what it means to be Catholic:
The Temptation to Tidiness
~ Christopher Pearson, journalist for The Australian newspaper, and a convert to Catholicism who loved the Latin Mass, has passed away. Here is an article by him, describing his conversion to the Catholic faith: click here - Pray peace for his soul.
~ Please pray for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
Our Lady of Fatima Latin Mass Community has moved to St. Piux X Catholic Church (on Harry Wurzbach) as of February 17, 2008. Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, S.T.D. has appointed St. Pius X Catholic Church to provide the Traditional Latin Mass for the Archdiocese of San Antonio. The Latin Mass times are on their website: clickFather Ralph Nuytten (CICM) was our original pastor, and passed on to his eternal reward in 2008. Father Nuytten's obituary can be accessed by clicking: here.
On July 7, 2007 Pope Benedict XVI released his apostolic letter Summorum Pontificum, affirming that the traditional latin Mass was NEVER abrogated, and that it is freely available to the faithful. An english translation of the text is available at Zenit's web site: click here, and also from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops: click here.
Father Ralph Nuytten passed away in 2008, please remember him in your prayers.
Father Verbrugghe, USAF Ret. - now deceased. Please remember him in your prayers.
Father Franz Schorp, SM