Latin Mass Times — The information on this page may not be up to date. You should always contact the parish directly to confirm Mass times.

Traditional Catholic Latin Masses in San Antonio, Texas:

St. Pius X Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of San Antonio

Holy Name Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of San Antonio (Not currently being offered at this parish.)


How can I get a Traditional Latin Mass started in my parish?

In his document "Summorum Pontificum," Pope Benedict XVI decreed, "In parishes where a group of faithful attached to the previous liturgical tradition exists stably, let the pastor willingly accede to their requests for the celebration of the Holy Mass according to the rite of the Roman Missal published in 1962."

The best way to begin is to respectfully request it from your pastor and discuss the opportunity with other parishioners.  One should always be kind and charitable and rely on prayer. 

Sample Letter of Gratitude:


Your Excellency, _____________,

We, the undersigned, are members of your flock, here in _____________. We normally attend daily Mass and/or Benediction here at _____________. Last year we learned that a Traditional Latin Mass was being celebrated at _____________, and we were very excited.  We now attend Latin Mass on Saturdays and Sundays and find it to be a truly moving and beautiful Mass.  Its tradition and reverence reminds us of the true worship of God and the real presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist.

We would, therefore, like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, and to you, Archbishop _____________ for your unwavering support of our priests in providing the Traditional Latin Mass.  We hope and pray that it grows in our archdiocese, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.