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Our Lady of Fatima

Roman Catholic Church

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A continuous source for the Latin Mass in North Texas for over 46 years

Pius X is proud to announce the U.S Department of Education’s “National Blue Ribbon School 2019”. Congratulations to Sister Kathleen Touey and everyone at St. National Blue Ribbon School 2019 AWARDS CEREMONY. November 15, 2019. Washington, D.C. Pius X Catholic Church 14720 Annapolis Road Bowie, MD 20715 301.262.2141.

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About Us

Church
  1. The Society of St. Pius X is a controversial Catholic organization that at one time teetered on the brink of being declared irregular. Under the last three Popes a dedicated effort to keep that from occurring was undertaken and now the SSPX has a somewhat more regular status with the Church but it is still somewhat on the outside, rather than fully on the inside.
  2. Pius X Parish is a welcoming Roman Catholic family of God empowered by the Holy Spirit to grow our relationship with Jesus Christ & with one another as we worship, pray, learn, & serve.

Our Lady of Fatima Chapel in Sanger, Texas, is an apostolate of the Society of St. Pius X and their priests have been supplying North Texas with the Traditional Roman Catholic sacraments for over 46 years.

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Schedule

View the upcoming events and Mass schedule at Our Lady of Fatima.

Visit our Sister Chapel

Need an alternative Mass time? Or maybe just a location a bit closer to where you are located? Our Lady of Mount Carmel, in North Richland Hills, may be just the answer.

Address:

Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
209 Peach St
Sanger, TX 76266

Mass Schedule:

Sunday 1 PM
First Fridays 6 PM
Please view the bulletin, or calendar, for additional Mass times.

If you would like to attend Mass, but are in need of transportation, please contact us: (940) 597-5494.

In mid-March, the celebration of public Mass was suspended in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the obligation for the faithful to attend Mass was dispensed. Those decisions were not made lightly and were always intended to be temporary measures.

They were made out of necessity for the common good and in recognition of the fact that all of us share a responsibility for the preservation of public health, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. During this unprecedented time, the Archdiocese has made every effort to provide for the spiritual needs of the faithful as well as the temporal needs of those who benefit from its many charitable works.

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It is important to note that Catholic churches in the Archdiocese have never been closed. Local parish churches have remained open for private prayer as well as the celebration of the Sacraments Baptism, Penance, Matrimony, and funeral Masses at the discretion of the local pastor and with respect for guidelines from public health officials as they have evolved over time.

Based on recent statements from government officials at the state level, it is anticipated that the five-county region comprising the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will move into the “yellow” phase of the statewide re-opening plan by Friday, June 5th. As such, it is projected that the celebration of daily and Sunday Masses will resume beginning on Saturday, June 6th.

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The administration of the Archdiocese has been working in consultation with public health officials to ensure that such a resumption takes place within the context of state approved guidelines and is actively working to provide appropriate guidance to its clergy so that all will be as prepared as possible when the public celebration of Mass begins again. All of us are eager to open the doors of Church wide for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.

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Editor’s Note: The period immediately following the lifting of the COVID-19 restrictions requires us to be ready to assist people to reintegrate into an active, in person engagement with parish life. As a result, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia previously launched an initiative aimed at achieving this goal, “Arise!: Restoring Catholic Life After the Pandemic.” Further information about this program can be found at http://archphila.org/arise/.