Bishop Olson visits Fort Worth TLM community June 23, 2014Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, episcopate, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Latin Mass, sanctity, Tradition, true leadership, Virtue.
Every time I type Fort Worth, it wants to come out Forth Worth. I’m crazy!
There is a nice blog post by the Fort Worth Latin Mass community blog about a surprise visit by Bishop Michael Olson to the TLM community. It turns out, this visit was a quite generous one considering the circumstances ongoing in Bishop Olson’s life on the day of his visit.
Another great bit of news is that Bishop Olson will preside in choir at the Sunday TLM in Fort Worth on July 13:
The Bishop also expressed his desire to be at our mass with us that Sunday, but he could not as his mother was ill. After mass we all headed over to the hall for the monthly pot luck. To our surprise, Bishop Olson was there to greet us. He visited with us for a little while, showing us his love and support and then headed out. After he left Fr. led grace and informed us thatBishop’s mother had just passed away. We offered some prayers for her.
As a good shepherd always does, Bishop Olson came to our side at a time of need, regardless of his own needs. What a great example that is to all of us!
In addition, the Fort Worth Latin Mass Community is pleased to announce:
Bishop Olson will be presiding at our high Mass on
Sunday July 13, 2014.
Mass will be followed by our monthly pot luck.
This will replace the pot luck usually held on the third Sunday.
All are welcome.
I pray the TLM is available every day in Fort Worth soon. I know there have been some efforts in that direction and I pray they come to fruition, in spite of any upset the atrocity in Phoenix may have caused to those plans.