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Latin Mass in the Dallas Diocese December 14, 2009

Posted by Tantumblogo in Dallas Diocese, North Deanery.
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I’ve mentioned how much my family and I enjoy attending Mass at St. William in Greenville.  Unfortunately, Greenville is pretty far for alot of people, and it makes it pretty hard to celebrate Mass there on weekdays, let alone Sunday.

I’m curious how many people would like to see a parish offering Latin Mass in the north deanery, containing the cities of Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, and all the way up to the Red River.  I’ve got a poll below.  I’m wondering how many people out there would attend Latin Mass if it’s more conveniently located.  Thanks for your responses.

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1. barbara kralis - December 19, 2009

there’s an excellent old parish, no longer being used regularly, St. Mary’s, Sherman, is was built by same architect 100 years ago that built the Dallas Cathedral. Beautiful Church. The pastor built a new church across the street to hold the growing numbers, it’s called St. Anne’s. St. Mary’s would make a wonderful, PERMANENT Latin Mass parish.

2. tantamergo - December 21, 2009

Sounds like a plan! I have seen pictures of St. Mary’s, it is beautiful.


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