"Our community was shocked to arrive for Mass and discover this was the last time we could meet at the parish that has been our home for more than 15 years. It's like being kicked out of our home. We are all very sad. It's especially sad for the members of our community who have children, who could not find Catholic parishes who would baptize or provide First Communion for them. Those children have grown up in our community, and can't understand why their family cannot go to Mass here anymore."
-- Fred Anthony Garza, President of Dignity/San Antonio, after San Antonio Auxiliary Bishop Oscar Cantu ordered a local parish to stop hosting a weekly Mass for gay and transgender Catholics and their families.